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Love and Photography

Sometimes you can’t find what makes you happy, but person who loves you discover it for you.

That was case with me and photography.

I was always impressed when I saw good photo. The way photographers play with the colors and angle.

Always wanted to learn and to start doing photography, but like everything else in a life, there was always something more important than buying camera.

If I knew how happy camera will make me, I would have bought one long time ago…

But I didn’t know how to treat myself well, if I can say so.

When I got married, soon my wife noticed that anytime we gone to shopping mall I spent “big time” in camera shops checking cameras, lenses, equipment and so…

And BOOM! First wedding anniversary, maybe few days before, I just came back from work, entered our apartment when I noticed gift wrapped in decorative paper on the table.

Big gift!

I could feel it that was camera. I don’t know how, but I felt.

My wife was sitting on the sofa, looking at me with always beautiful smile on her face, saying nothing, but the gesture on her face it was like: “c’mon, open it, what are you waiting for!”

So I grab it, and then slowly, with awesome feeling I started removing decorative paper, and box showed up.

Brand new Nikon D3200 with 2 lenses, stand, bag and some other equipment.

She was looking at me, and trust me, if you walked in to the room at that moment, you could feel the energy of my happiness, and happiness of my wife because she made me so happy.

I carefully installed all things together, took our selfie as a first photo ever with new camera and went out, started clicking on everything.

And that’s how everything started. Way later, I think I’ve made 100.000 photos in few months only.

Do I have talent-I don’t know, but for sure I’ve made some photos which made me feel awesome, and yes, some people said:” That’s good photo”

One went to National Geographic official site, some small competitions… But nothing cannot be compared to the feeling when you “freeze” the moment through lens.

This week is my birthday, and guess what-my wife just bought me brand new GoPro HERO4.

Do I have to describe how happy I’m!

Thank you God for wonderful wife…Actually is not just wife, it’s SUPERWIFE J

I’m sharing with you some photos from my collection, and soon I will share some GoPro moments.

Be Happy!

Beach Dubai
                              Arabic and European women at the public beach, Dubai
Istanbul
                                                   Tram, Taksim Street, Istanbul
Dubai Metro
                                                                           Dubai Metro
Sunset Istanbul
                                                                    Sunset, Istanbul
Hotel Igman
                                  Destroyed Hotel Igman, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Mostar
                                              Mosque in Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Beautiful People

Traveling around, I really like to take photos of the people I came across.

My favorite are older and very young people.

I wanted just to share few photos with you, without writing a big article,however soon I’m planing to post some awesome photos of the people with a bit more of words 🙂

For those who like, can I call it-portraits, hope you will enjoy this small gallery.

All photos are made during our last visit to Istanbul.

Thank you for “passing by” my blog.

old people old people old people old people old people old people

Chasing the Sunset

Made this photo during our visit to Istanbul.

Is not necessary to talk a lot about the city, I believe most of the people knows how wonderful city is.

What impressed me are the sunsets in Istanbul.

During sunset the sky become magic. But really magic, with a lot of different colors.

One afternoon I’ve decides to go a bit up to hill to capture this beautiful sunset.

My wife Emma, she was running after me, begging me to stop 🙂 (photographers would understand) 🙂

But i was going up to hill more and more until I realize that I may miss it. The magic moment doesn’t last forever. It last only for 30 to 45 seconds.

And that’s where I took the shoot.

For sure one of my favorite photos.
Istanbul Sunset