It’s the first Friday of the month, so let’s have a look at what is happening here on the blog in February. New articles are waiting for you, both related to learning Adobe ® Lightroom and another day of the Bulgaria – Off the beaten track adventure. So what’s coming up here this month?
Photo of the Month
It feels almost mean, but, as every month, we are starting with the picture of the month. This time I chose a photo from the Rhodopean Explorer Adventure, another tour that took me through the mountains of Southern Bulgaria.
We got up around 4:20 a.m. to drive up the mountains and enjoy the sunrise. Down in the valley, the fog is still lingering around, while the sun is slowly rising. These are good signs for another splendid day in the Rhodopes. It was most definitively worth getting up so early.
You can find more photos of this adventure on my main website’s new gallery the Rhodopean Explorer.
Articles of February 2020
Off the beaten track – Bulgaria
In last month’s article, we had a chance to visit an Orthodox service in Troyan before our journey continued to Krushuna. This time we are traveling farther East, however, not so early. Waterfalls are waiting for us in Krushuna first! Stay tuned for the publication of a new story of my first Bulgarian adventure on February 21, 2020.
In January, we started looking <a href=”https://blog.lilleulven.com/learning-post-processing/export-window-part-1/” title=”Export Window Part 1″> into the Export-Window of Adobe ® Lightroom. However, with plenty of choices to make, we need to have a look into the settings in more detail on February 28, 2020. We will explore the settings to add Watermarks in March 2020.
Other news for February 2020
There is not too much to tell for the past month. I have now published the first photos of the Rhodopean Explorer adventure on my website. There are still far more photos from this tour and other journeys to come, though. So I am hoping to find some time to publish more soon.
February starts with a surprise
However, just this Monday, I received some surprising news. Over on Twitter, Storm Hour and the Royal Meteorological Society are running a weekly weather photography competition. I have participated in it a few times now. With my best, until now, being a second place for the week of October 13, 2019. Monday, however, I learned that this photo of mine got the first place in the competition.
Congratulations to all other selected photographers, who all delivered stunning images! Thanks to StormHour and the Royal Meteorological Society for running this competition in the first place.
You can find the photos of the week of February 3, 2020, on Storm Hour’s website.
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All photos taken by Lille Ulven Photography/Wiebke Schröder.