Burn The Ships

Johanne Brunet

Candiac, Canada

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In 1519, During the Spanish conquest of the Aztec Empire, Hernán Cortés HAS signified the point of no return was with a now famous expression. When Asked how he prevent prevention Would the 500 soldiers divided entre 11 ships from turning back and going home INSTEAD of attacking, he simply Replied "Burn the ships". And that 'what I try to do in life. We need to go ahead, stop hesitating so much, march forward and do not look back! Nikon D7000, Tamron SP 70-300mm F4-5.6 Focal length 135mm, ISO 200, 1/250 sec. @ F / 11 h3. Project 1/52 Week 41 of 52 This is share of a personal project I have Undertaken at the Beginning of 2012 goal qui HAS Become a fantastic group project. One single theme photographed are differently every week, for 52 weeks. "Click here to visit the 1/52 Project Facebook group": https: //www.facebook.com/groups/one52/. There ares currently 26 members left from the 63-have That Originally registered contents, each with a different theme and Their Photo albums are visible to the public. I tell you, there are little gems in there! h3. Sorry, it's not profit * can * to join anymore … maybe next year! * My own theme is called "All Fired Up" and Consists in flames in photographing Any form, ranging from games, to fire camps and anything in between! *

Artist's Description

In 1519, during the Spanish conquest of the Aztec Empire, Hernán Cortés has signified a point of no return with a now famous expression. When asked how he would prevent the 500 soldiers divided between 11 ships from turning back and going home instead of attacking, he simply replied “Burn the ships”.

And that’ what I try to do in life. We need to go ahead, stop hesitating so much, march forward and don’t look back!

Nikon D7000, Tamron SP 70-300mm F4-5.6
Focal length 135mm, ISO-200, 1/250 sec. @ f/11
 

Project 1/52

Week 41 of 52

This is part of a personal project I have undertaken at the beginning of 2012 but which has become a fantastic group project.

One single theme photographed differently every week, for 52 weeks.

Click here to visit the Project 1/52 Facebook group. There are currently 26 members left from the 63 that have originally registered, each with a different theme and their photo albums are visible to the public. I tell you, there are little gems in there!

Sorry, but it’s not possible to join anymore… maybe next year!

My own theme is called “All Fired Up” and consists in photographing flames in any form, ranging from matches, to fire camps and anything in between!
 

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