|Eye of Horus Temple
Everyone seemed to have their favorite temple and location. For myself, it was the Temple of Horus. After awhile. you can get a little jaded by all the temples. But each one has its own uniqueness and history worth exploring. As our group had affectionately become known as “The Eye of Horus” group, and that made it even more special. Horus was an Egyptian god known as a protector and giver of life.The magnificent temple is so intact and again, just jaw-dropping to walk into. The fact this all of this ancient history remains, truly blows away the mind.
Then to have a guide such as Moe bring it all to life for us really feeds how you feel about where you are and what you are seeing. This of course translates to the images you create.
I found myself just photographing lots of details and thinking more in terms of sharing images as a story rather than great fine art pieces. There is just so much, that photographing your trip in this type of storytelling thinking, it will help you to know what to do with all of your images.