Composite images join together two or more photographs in order to produce something better than the original. Here are some of my recent attempts using photos I took in the UK and Greece.
The rest of our Grecian holiday was spent in Athens and Santorini. We went from historic site to major monument, from meal to splendid meal. Greece was hot, but less so than the southern US would have been, and we had some great experiences that we’ll be talking about for years to come.
Our first day in Athens had to be spent at and around the heart of the city: the ancient Acropolis was pretty awesome. The million people we shared it with would probably agree.
Our first day in Greece was essentially an evening in a car driving to Arachova. After the Easy Jet experience, Autumn and I were just tired, so it was good to just unwind a bit with Todd and Jennifer.
Autumn got here today! And since it was a gorgeous day, and I couldn’t let her nap, we decided to take a walk. This was probably the fourth time I’ve done the Westminster walk this summer, but it was the most fun with my wife.
It was a cloudy, cool day — not necessarily a good one for photographing London’s financial district on our class field trip. Well, the weather run London is capricious — as we are aware — so we just donned our layers and made the best out of it.