The recent Earthquake tragedy in Nepal has led me to revisit the most epic trekking adventure i had in 2014,spending the bulk of my time completing the Annapurna Circuit.
It's hard to imagine the help this country needs right now, and the inevitable drop in tourism, will hit the country hard in years to come.
It's needless to say donations to reputable charities such as the Red Cross are highly needed and valued by the Nepalese community.
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Quickly took this shot before a function photography shoot at the Matilda Bay Restaurant. For most function photography, i shoot with the Canon EF24-105mm f/4L IS USM lens as it's just so versatile for function work where space and light situations vary considerably from shot to shot.
Another benefit of this lens is it's ability to handle low light situations with it's image stabilisation capability. This shot in particular was shot at 1/25 Sec at F5.6 on a floating (Wobbling) jetty at an ISO of 800. Even blown up it's remarkably sharp. I like he reflections of the yacht masts against the warm tones of the setting sun resting on the water which has that slight softness to it due to the slow shutter speed.
Chris Bishop professional commercial, landscape & travel photographer based in Perth, Western Australia.