Here it is, about two months since I've last posted anything here. The good news is that I have been busy shooting and have lots of things I would like to post. The bad news is that time seems to escape me and I don't get around to actually posting ...
A while ago we had the opportunity to go on a tour of the Basilica de Guadelupe here in Mexico City. It is perhaps the most important Catholic religious site in all of Latin America. At the top of the hill there was this great statue of Michael the Archangel looking over the city. However, the cityscape behind was lacking - it was a polluted day in the early afternoon. Not a real inspiring background.
I decided when I made the image of the statue that I wanted to make a composite image using a sky background I already had. Some Photoshop work later and I got the below:
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