A style of photography that must be professional, to highlight the beauty of this charming woman of nature, shy or completely confessed. When you choose to surrender to this style of session, you take a second breath. The flame gushed out of us to give warmth to our esteem. An art not reserved for wasp sizes because all women have a beauty to reveal.
I love this photograph because of the Belfast Shipyard in the background, the tide being out, and the only couple on the beach. That's why I called it "Lovers on the Shore."
I actually took this photo when I was smoking and when I uploaded it to my laptop I saw this amazing icy cold face starring back at me, which made me laugh, and once more this tells you to always check all your photographs because you never know what you might find.
I took the above photograph on the road to Soller, Mallorca, Spain. It was only when I uploaded it to my laptop that I was stunned by what I was seeing.
No matter what the subject matter of the mural or piece of street art, if I spot it, I will always take a photo of it because in a few months are so, that same piece of art might not be there anymore.
Do not be afraid to take photos of everything you see because as I have already written in my other stories and posts on Vocal, everything you see has its own kind of beauty, and if it captures your eyes and mind then it is well worth photographing and sharing with the world.
As you can see from the above mural and piece of Belfast street art, the subject matter is very varied, as my other stories on Belfast murals and street reveals.
At times I make my photos into pieces of art, which as you can see above is quite effective to the eyes, and for a modern house or office building would be a beautiful addition to any property, with Belfast City's historical past and present visible for all to see within a modern piece of art.
As you can see from this and my other posts on Belfast murals and street art, the subject matter is wide and various, with all aspects of life coming from the mural artist and street artists gift and hands.
It is not until I upload the photos that I take onto my laptop that I truly see the beauty within each photo.
In the above photo I was amazed by the capture of the motion within the commotion of the seagulls coming to feed, which truly showed how good my Sony Carl Zeiss camera really was.
Many of the the murals and artwork in and around Belfast and Northern Ireland are generally historical and political.
As you can see above, once more we have a mural depicting the Titanic—the ill fated ocean liner—which can be found in East Belfast where the Harland and Wolff Shipyard is located and the massive cranes Samson and Goliath can be seen far and wide.
I love photography of all kinds, but one of my favourite subjects to photograph are murals and street art in and around Belfast, Northern Ireland, and when my illnesses allow me, I get out to see what's new around Belfast in regards to murals and street art. I am never disappointed by what I find.