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La belleza de Florencia, Italia, ha inspirado a innumerables artistas a lo largo de los siglos, desde Leonardo da Vinci hasta Miguel Ángel.
Experimenta las elegantes plazas, iglesias y museos de Florencia.
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I find more and more couples are having wedding weekends instead of just a day-which I think is SO awesome. Wanting coverage for your whole wedding weekend? Ask me how you can add this on to your package 🥰
Exploring Mayan ruins in a thunderstorm. ⛈️
Tikal, Guatemala has been on my bucket list for a while so I was thrilled to get the opportunity to do some photography there a few weeks ago. Tikal was a major Mayan city that flourished between 300 and 850 AD. The city was one of the largest in Mesoamerica and the ruins there are absolutely incredible!
It's always sort of a humbling experience to stand at the foot of ancient ruins and think about the thousands of individuals who build them without the modern conveniences we have today. The Grand Plaza here in Tikal is made up of 4 major structures (including the one you see above) and took 1,000 years to build. Isn't that amazing?!
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One of her bucketlist and finally an answered prayer. 🌳
If you wanted to unwind and sip some fresh air,this place is highly recommended. A place full of greens which means lots of oxygen. 🌳 Be stress free here in Lantawan, Silay City.
Epic cave adventure capture from @adam__prior 👌👏
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Escape from Cow Pot - Part of the massive Easegill cave system in the Yorkshire Dales. Tight squeezy climbs and technical SRT await you below, but it's worth it for the asccent/descent into the massive chamber at the bottom.
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A few weeks ago, I'd applied for an entrepreneurship programme. Two days ago, they sent me a rejection. "While your experience and credentials were indeed impressive," went the email, "we will not be able to proceed with your application at this point in time." I'm sure that all rejects had received this feel-good but no-thank-you mail.
While people are often uncomfortable with discussing their failures, I've developed a healthy relationship with it. This is a result of having failed enough times to know that failure is just another part of life. Failed to make the Rhodes scholarship cut, lost debates on 'unfair' adjudication, got dominated in table tennis games, didn't make it through the college I wanted then, sent internship applications that didn't even get a response, ran marathons in twice the time it takes for semi-pros to finish, tried putting on muscle and still remained skinny - I've been there and done it all.
A good thing about failing so much is knowing that you're at least trying and getting better. Another good thing is learning that with enough failures, you start obsessing less with the result and more with the process itself. Running for me has now become less about the timing and more about enjoying the endless pounding of my feet on the road. Applying for programmes like the one that rejected me has become less about getting through and more about sending an application that I'm satisfied with.
And, I know that with some talent, perseverance, and luck, a few attempts will convert into successes. In a way, I'm just playing a numbers game. If one takes enough genuine shots, some are bound to go in.
Quand je vous dis que chez @the_wild_whispers tout est fait à la main et dans le respect de techniques artisanales ... 😍
Retour sur notre aventure au #Guatemala , je suis restée des heures à regarder cette dame sur les genoux à réaliser ces modèles...en amour devant ces couleurs et ce savoir faire, je suis toujours tellement heureuse de pouvoir valoriser ce type d'artisanat 💛
As the sun peaked out between the clouds from behind the mountains, the frost on the grass started to melt away, creating this magical scene with incredibly perfect light!
Be sure to check out @krl_photo and my workshops at www.photoroamers.com for our 2020 workshop schedule or click the link in my bio!
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Travel is the fast track to self-development. Mostly what you see from social media are the things on the "outside"--the places we go, the fun things we do, the people we meet, etc. But what you don't always see is our hearts and minds, the challenges we have, and the rollercoaster of emotions that can accompany full-time travel.
Brody braved the cold with us and was absolutely the sweetest and cutest little thing!
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A weekend can be a really short amount of time to really get into shooting, but sometimes a weekend can be all you’ve got. You might be heading out for a weekend hiking with your partner or friends and the main purpose of the trip is to hike, but with the right attitude, there is no reason why you can’t make the most of your weekend away and your photography.
It’s about looking for and working with what’s there and looking for ways to tell the story about the place you’re in and looking for ways to do this differently through the nuances of weather, shape and form.
The truth is, when you’re heading away for a weekend and hoping to get some great shots to go with it, you can’t always determine your every move, so being flexible is incredibly important. You might not have time to spend the whole day in one spot waiting for this light that keeps promising to break but isn’t quite doing it…for seven hours straight.
We teamed up with @fujifilmx_uk over on the blog to share our techniques and ideas on how to make the most of a weekend’s trip and just what to look out for and to develop into your shooting practice to ensure you come back with images you’re truly happy with – and are a bit different to everybody else’s to boot.
As always, the link to the blog is in our bio, be sure to check it out and let us know if you have any questions! #Fujifilm
This shot was made with the Fujifilm GFX 50S and Fujinon GF 32-64mm F4 R LM OIS WR Lens.
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