Today was a camera day. Time for a bit more practice with my new Canon G15 which I introduced here: Enter The Canon Powershot G15
I’m determined to wean myself off ‘automatic’. Slowly.
Where to go? I couldn’t decide. Villages or forest? Mountains or coast? My husband pulled out a map, I closed my eyes and planted my finger down on the sheet. I’d landed on Choli, a tiny Cypriot village north of Paphos. So that’s where we headed.
The downside of my random choice was that the village was so tiny, we might drive right through without really noticing. The encouraging part was that one of my favourite vineyards lies on the route to Choli so it would be madness not to head in for a chat and head out with a crate.
The owner pressed a bottle of his award-winning Rosé on us as a gift:
The village of Choli nestled in a sea of orange and lemon trees so dictating the main photography theme for the day. Here are 3 of my attempts – what do you think?
Now off to sample that Rosé. Watch this space…