10 Great Ways to Get Noticed as a Blogger and a Sony G lens!

10 Great Ways to Get Noticed as a Blogger.

Today I read this fabulous blog post. As you can see I am new to the world of blogs, and choose to write in a Language that is not my native language. So for me it’s quite a steep hill.

But articles like the one above helps and motivates.

More photos will be posted tomorrow, and I am planing a small test of a Sony 70-200 f/2,8 G SSM lens. It wont be a very large test but with real sample images at different focal length’s and aperture.

You will probably have to wait a month or two before you can read the review right here on my blog.

Kind regards

David

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Artania in Norway

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Hi.
Today was another grey day here in Denmark. Low static clouds rendered the landscape as was it an low contrast B&W photo. I did not have any opportunity yet to shoot some photos so here is once again a photo from beautiful Norway. Hope you will like it!

Kind regards
David Cartagena

Summer in Norway

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Artania, a photo by Cartagena Photo on Flickr.

Today the foggy weather continued. So I needed to look at a photo that reminds me of last summer in Norway. I will later show more from my trip to Norway.

After seeing the Norwegian fjords in Rain, fog and also sunshine I must say that they are “beauty beyond imagination” even when it rains and are foggy.

This photo show Artania from Phoenix Reisen heading towards Hellesylt in Norway

Kind regards

David

Morning fog

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This morning in the area around the small town Kulhuse, the fog was al over creating a beautiful landscape rendering the sun as was it the moon shining through the clouds at night.

Ones again I used my SONY mobile phone which was the only camera I had with me.

Kind regards

David Cartagena

Sunrise

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The sunrise this winter morning at 8:45. To bad I “only” had my Sony XPERIA mobile phone as camera and on top of that was on my way to work. The reality was in every way more beautifull than my attempt to record the beauty of the nature.

Kind regards

David Cartagena