There are photos of different types of photos: those that look beautiful to you, those that you like very much
and those that are successful but that are not needed for any article or cannot be sold.
This is why I decided to dedicate an article to the photos of the third category: those that I liked and seemed to have succeeded but of which I didn't know what to do.
On a hot afternoon in early August, when it was too difficult to get away from home because of the
departure traffic for the holidays, I took the opportunity to explore my hills, left semi-deserted by departing holidaymakers.
Not that there is usually a lot of traffic up here, but some motorcycles occasionally pass over the weekend.
Anyway. The dusty gravel road that crosses the newly plowed fields, seems to go towards the infinite and beyond.
Here the wide-angle effect is very noticeable. The dry and newly plowed
field is a bit more rounded due to the type of lens.
My idea, however, was to show the contrast between the newly plowed land and the green fields on the opposite hills.
This week I finally bought the last piece of "essential" lenses that a photographer like me should have: a 2X
focal multiplier from Kenko. It is, like the rest of my equipment, an economic object but for now it allows me to "see" a little more things.
This, for example, is the road full of holes that goes up here. For the holes it would take a much more powerful lens!