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5th October 2015
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hey you, big star, tell me when it's over, hey you, big mood, guide me to shelter
this weekend i finally had a bit of time to properly look through my photos from madagascar, plus a few other places i visited this year. i decided to go for some themes, so i'm gonna attempt a week of portraits followed be a week of animal and then landscape shots. i always feel like portraits is my weaker area, partly because i often feel a bit uncomfortable asking people if i can take their photograph. but then it's somewhat easier when i'm travelling as i usually have my camera out anyway, and in my head it seems less weird if a tourist asks you if they can take your picture. this one is a local dude who was at the second campsite where i stayed as i trekked around andringitra national park. it was my most tiring day which included climbing a mountain, so i pretty much collapsed straight after i took this picture.

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05/10/2015
guide me to shelter
this weekend i finally had a bit of time to properly look through my photos from madagascar, plus a few other places i visited this year. i decided to go for some themes, so i'm gonna attempt a week of portraits followed be a week of animal and then landscape shots. i always feel like portraits is my weaker area, partly because i often feel a bit uncomfortable asking people if i can take their photograph. but then it's somewhat easier when i'm travelling as i usually have my camera out anyway, and in my head it seems less weird if a tourist asks you if they can take your picture. this one is a local dude who was at the second campsite where i stayed as i trekked around andringitra national park. it was my most tiring day which included climbing a mountain, so i pretty much collapsed straight after i took this picture.

here's the original