Sunday evening I closed the seventh Formula1 race I photographed. I automatically try to say consecutive seventh, but my series is broken…
I still had no chance to go through, cull and (properly) archive the photos of the Aquatics World Championships. Here comes the numbers of the World Championships and some GPS track logs like the ones I published before on Instagram – just because I like to draw ones like these while I’m wandering during work…
This is how a the track log of a week worth of walking looks like what I recorded at the temporary Synchronised Swimming pool built for the 17th FINA Aquatics World Championships in Budapest’s City Park.
Another track log of my path walked during my work this weekend.
I used my GPS track logger during last weekend’s work to save my location. The path I’ve walked during work is interesting this time too. I wasn’t walking on water this time, as I did in some other cases, but I still walked a lot after the dogs.
Last weekend I was photographing FINA World Junior Open Water Swimming Championships in Balatonfüred, Hungary. This time again I was photographing from a motorboat zig-zagging on the surface of Lake Balaton.
I was boobing duck-style in a motorboat during the rubber duck race on river Danube.
Last weekend I worked again at the Forma1 race. This is how my walking path looks like.
This is how my working day looks like during the Forma1 race weekend at Hungaroring.
I spent last weekend in the rowing centre at Maty-Er near Szeged, photographing the kayak-canoe world cup. This is where I wandered around during that weekend.