Temple Djeser-Djeseru , is located beneath the cliffs at Deir el Bahari on the west bank of the Nile in Egypt. The temple is dedicated to the sun god Amon-Ra. Hatshepsut was the fifth pharaoh of the Eighteenth dynasty of Ancient Egypt.
See more of Stevyn’s photos from Egypt’s west bank here.
This was taken at the Abu Simbel temples in Egypt. Created for Ramses II and his queen Nefertari. This site was the furthest south we went in Egypt. While most images show the exteriors of these temples, the insides are equally amazing, with towering statues within. Everything in Egypt was so grandiose and of epic porportions, it is an endlessly inspiring place.
This is the “classic” shot of the pyramids of Giza I took in 2010. In order to get this angle, you need to walk out a bit into the desert. Words cannot describe the immensity of these.
Coming here was a fulfillment of a lifelong dream for me, and I was fortunate enough to share this moment with my brother whom accompanied me here.
The above image is for sale as a high quality art print in my shop here.
Experimenting shooting time lapse of flowers for compositing into a scene for the short film Sister Vengeance. Using a blue screen allows one to separate the image from the background, and insert the object into any scene. In this case, the object is a bundle of small flowers picked and suspended from the ceiling.