Parallel Worlds

[two pro travel journalists turn amateur bloggers]

Walk in a magic light

[words and photograph © Lucie Debelkova, The WideAngle]

This photo was taken in Yemen in the old walled city of Shibam – a Unesco World Heritage Site – one of the most amazing places I’ve seen. I’d been wondering around and just before sunset I noticed warm sun rays shining through sand flying in the air. I only needed suitable point of interest to make this photo work; luckily I didn’t have to wait long for this man to appear.

No filter was used on this shot and those warm deep colors are created by a sun that was just about to go down.

Czech nomad Lucie Debelkova is a roving travel and landscape photographer for The WideAngle network. She has covered assignments in more than 70 countries.

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4 comments on “Walk in a magic light

  1. Sophie L. Meunier
    December 21, 2011

    Gorgeous Photograph!

    • mano@mano
      December 26, 2011

      Tx Sophie. You will be seeing more of Lucie’s work so watch this space. 🙂

  2. Traveldudes
    December 23, 2011

    Wow! That pic looks awesome!

    • mano@mano
      December 26, 2011

      Thanks Melvin. Lucie is really one of The WideAngle’s finest.

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