Photography by Omar Parada


Tag: black and white photography

  • Infinite

    Infinite

    A mobile picture I took last weekend near my place, somewhere between Trumpington and Granchester. Possibly here.

  • Stonehenge

    Stonehenge

    There must be millions of pictures of this place already. But I wanted to visit it since I was a child. You know, when I was a child I was a firmly believer in UFOs, paranormal activities, conspiracy theories. You name it. Stonehenge was the subject of a lot of books and documentaries I read…

  • Weekly photo challenge: Zig Zag

    Weekly photo challenge: Zig Zag

    A zig zag picture for this week’s photo challenge. Taken in Hunstanston, it was an attempt at some slow exposure photograph. Next time I’ll try with a tripod and a ND filter, which is a better way of getting this pictures right.

  • Missing winter?

    Missing winter?

    These days are hot here in UK. In a way, its different to what I’m used to in Madrid, where the weather is less humid. With just above 20ºC there is a quite summery sensation. More if it is a sunny day. Reach 30ºC and they call it heat wave. Ha!, in Madrid we usually…

  • Weekly Photo Challenge: Contrast.

    Weekly Photo Challenge: Contrast.

    An old windmill in Wicken Fen, a National Trust natural park close to Cambridge. I like the contrast between the white and black wood. Sometimes a picture just asks for a black and white processing, I think. There are a lot of windmills around here it seems.

  • A tree in the flats.

    A tree in the flats.

    This was weird. I was driving to the Bonneville salt flats when I saw this. It looks like a tree. Or an antenna. In the middle of the flats with nothing else around. I wasn’t in a hurry so I immediately stopped the car and went to see it more clearly.  I took some pictures and continued our trip.…