Hunting Sunsets in Mola di Bari

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What do you do when you are swept up by a huge desire to escape from the city and switch off from everyday life? I go hunting for sunsets on the beach!

You know those days when the stress of everyday life overwhelms you? Well, I’m introducing to you my personal anti-stress remedy.

When I want to feel carefree and relaxed I turn to these medicines:
-My favorite analog camera. (Alternating between the Seagull 203-l & Seagull 4A :) )
-My little lovely dogs.
-My father’s Light Meter that he used when he was a young man and almost like me, was in constant search of the perfect things to photograph.
-The sea. :)
But the therapy is only effective if immersed in the magical light of the sunset!

Here are some “Anti-stress Shots”:

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Credits: bonzone
Credits: bonzone

And it’s fun to capture the happiness with which my dogs are having fun on the beach:

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Credits: bonzone

I love the colors that this time of day gives us… Ever since I was a kid, I remained enchanted to see the variety of colors that this light is capable of generating.

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And here’s what comes out if you are using a Lomography X-pro slide 200 film during the sunset:

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Try it too! Happy hunting!

written by bonzone on 2012-06-06 in #world #locations #relax #italy #mola-di-bari #escape-from-the-city #sunset
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3 Comments

  1. neanderthalis
    neanderthalis ·

    Fantastic sunsets!

  2. neanderthalis
    neanderthalis ·

    Fantastic sunsets!

  3. bonzone
    bonzone ·

    thank you @neanderthalis

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