måndag 8 mars 2010

Mini Assignment # 2 - Self Portraits


I'm not comfortable in front of the camera but on my visit to Chile I got in front of it more or less so I thought I might show you.... The first is from the hill Cerro San Cristobal in Santiago overlooking the city (further up is the statue I have already posted HERE). The second one is from the country, the mussle is straight from the fire (posted HERE) and just some lemonjuice is added for extra favour.

12 kommentarer:

IreneL sa...

Kul att du hittade till min blogg! Nu har jag kollat på bilderna på din hund! Vilken härlig sheltie du har! Visst är det en underbar ras! Ha en fin dag! / Irene

playingwithpixels sa...

A lovely self-portrait,Christina! And wow, what a view of Santiago! I will stop by later and see what other views you've shared of your Chile holiday...

~Julie

Chesney sa...

What a gorgeous place to visit and what a beautiful backdrop for your self portrait....so nice to finally see you! :)

Lois sa...

Very nice portrait and the mussel looks delicious!

Jen sa...

Oh that view is amazing and you look good in the forefront. :)

mljrbg sa...

Great self portrait!! You look so comfortable. I'm enjoying all of your photographs.

klsbear sa...

You look so happy and relaxed - just as one should be on a vacation. Thanks for sharing your self portrait.

Iona sa...

Love your self-portrait. Nice colors and contrasts. Lovely setting with great shadows. What a huge city behind you!! I followed your trip on facebook. Apparently you were in Chili before the quake? Your relatives or friends - where they involved in the quake? If so, hope they all survived and are okay.

ea6bprowler sa...

You look like you are relaxing and enjoying your vacation. Great shot.

ea6bprowler sa...

You look like you are relaxing and enjoying your vacation. Great shot.

dspec01 sa...

Looks like you had a great trip. What a great view. If I ate mussels, I'd say that they look good enough to eat! Great job on your self-portrait.

Christine sa...

I like your self-portrait. Especially on Cerro San Cristobal. I've been there! As a teenager, I lived in Santiago for a year with my family while my dad was on sabbatical there. Fond memories!