Switzerland, if you have never visited it, is a very beautiful country, you could say a photogenic country. It is very easy to take pictures of lovely vistas. This is a photo that I took one sunny morning looking out over the water of the very calm Lac Leman. Morges is one of many, almost sleepy little towns nestled beside the lake. Try it, you will like it. Copyright Paul Andrews and Caroline Schmutz, http://www.junagarhmedia.co.uk
Lake Titicaca is one of the many amazing places on this planet and at 3800 metres is generally regarded as the highest navigable lake. We were there, unfortunately many years ago, and we were lucky to have this wonderful day with the blue sky, the blue water and the white clouds. It was very warm to start with when we took our tour of the lake from Puno but at that height the temperature quickly fell as the sun became lower in the sky. We were fortunate unlike many others who had warmer clothing with us as it was an open boat. A fantastic experience if you manage to get there. We actually sell this photo as a card and in various other formats from our website, http://www.junagarhmedia.co.uk.
SWitzerland has a habit of doing things well and Expo 02 was certainly no exception. I was very lucky to capture this very atmospheric photograph of some of the entertainment when I was still using 35mm film before I went digital. A lot of photography is just the right place at the right time and technology is making it so much easier. So depending on the sensor or the film type used how truthful to the reality is the captured image?