About me

It’s taken me so long to get to write on this page…. its always hard to write about yourself, isn’t it?

My parents love travelling and did not hesitate to move abroad for a few years at a time. That way, I got to live for some time in various countries in Europe, Asia, North-Africa and recently, I left home to go on a working holiday visa in Australia.

Elodie G
Taken by Amelie Guinet, in Paris, France.

I love the arts and will definitely mention my creations, including painting, drawing and, of course, photography in this blog whenever I can ! All the pictures featured on this blog are mine, except when stated otherwise (like the one above :)).

My camera is a Fujifilm FinePix HS55. I chose this camera because I wanted a bridge easy to carry around that had a manual zoom and focus. I am still learning to use it so bear with me ! I would love to hear your comments to help me learn more though !

I am also using the camera from my Nokia Lumia phone, which is pretty awful but very handy at times, I am thinking of changing phone, but will only do so when my Lumia finally dies, I work for the protection of the environment after all !

Which is another thing about me. When I lived in India, I faced University and a life-changing choice. But seing people in the streets like you do in Bombay is a life-changing experience in itself. The choice was really already made, really… So I went for anthropological studies, the studies of human cultures, for development and humanitarian purposes. But after a few years, I learned more about our planet and little by little, my attention focused on sustainable development and the protection of the environment.

This is where I am now.


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