Save & earn with MPB; trade-in and buy pre-loved

A Seat To Remember

NikitaMorris

...Read More
Profile

A Seat To Remember

10 Jun 2022 7:34AM   Views : 360 Unique : 228

76333_1654842485.jpg


Strolling around the Turkish side of old Nicosia with Nikita, whoís finally made it out for a holiday after covid, and inside the old walls I stumbled upon this charming set-up in an old, unspoiled market; I love how everything just fits so well together.

Quick click of the shutter after moving my feet to remove some distracting elements and there it was. Sometimes, you just really like a scene and you donít know whyÖ history in an image. Isnít it great what you can find in an old market thatís been left as it was intended to be.

Tags: Market Cyprus Nicosia

Recent blogs by NikitaMorris

These Old Streets...

There are quite a few streets that can still be found in Cyprus like this one with its old-world charm and character. You can keep your high-rise buildings and shiny metal when you have bricks that look like this...

Posted: 2 Jan 2023 2:03PM

When the bell tolls...

It's important that we look in all directions when taking photos and by looking up, I spotted this bell tower reaching out of the tree. I love the simplicity of this with just the sky, tree and bell featuring in the frame.

Posted: 22 Dec 2022 8:17AM

Pretty Building

They have revamped a lot of old town in Paphos but this building still has some of its original charm about it. The red frames and shutters pop against the whitewash and there's also some interesting detail when you get up close.

Posted: 22 Dec 2022 8:14AM

Move Your Feet...

I've written before about how moving your feet is an important thing for us photographers to remember and yet again, the advice has come through with the shot on the left looking better than the shot on the right and all I did was walk to the back ...

Posted: 7 Dec 2022 8:38AM

I Love An Old Door

There's just something about old doors that shout to me and as a result, I've been photographing them for quite some time now. All of the history and stories they could tell... plus, they have great designs and are much more interesting to look at ...

Posted: 25 Nov 2022 10:08AM

There are no comments here! Be the first!

Login

You must be a member to leave a comment.

ePHOTOzine, the web's friendliest photography community.

Join for free

Upload photos, chat with photographers, win prizes and much more.