I actually planned to upload a photo this weekend that doesn't show a pretty female for a change. But after being urged to edit a few more pictures by Pia I'm just compelled to upload one of those.
This one was shot again in the Australian House ruins and with my Tokina 12-24 mm ultra-wide angle lens. I absolutely love to shoot pictures with my Tokina, it just creates this massivily wide and detailed canvas and has a very managable distortion too. Photos are already quite brilliant at an open Aperture of F4 and it's build like a tank, a massive lens with a very decent handling. Ah, the love for such gadgets.
Back to the photo: I like that it is really this big canvas with a comparativiliy tiny figure in it. My friend René criticised me a few years ago that I always shoot things up close so maybe I've overcome that issue a bit now. I like Pia's pose quite a lot too, and everything else: The location, Pia, her outfit fits nicely in that composition. And it was one of the first pics where I relied mostly on editing everything in Lightroom. I say mostly because I did the lens correction in DxO but after that it was all done in one piece of software.