This one is probably one of the calmest landscapes I ever took.
It was in Rwanda, Lake Kivu, where you can see Congo on the other side. The idea that you see another country from where you are standing, is extremely weird. "I’m so far away now from home, and I’m able to see two lands at the same time ...". It was a nice feeling.
The picture is calm because I was very calm. The only people walking in this area were a group of nuns, and there was this very special atmosphere.
This is just one shot. I took the camera and thanks to the evenness of the light, this picture creates an atmosphere of quietness. I hang it sometimes, I put it somewhere and ah, it calms me down.
Sometimes I see these small red details [they are more purple in this online version]. They are not super present in the picture, but I know that these create something in how I process the image. If I would get rid of those red spots while editing, for me the picture is not the same.
I have a very vibrant way of working, and this is another part of my personality.