Spent a bit more time going up and down 95 this week, this time for business, staying at the @watergatehotel and experiencing one of the most unique venues I’ve seen in some time. We concluded with a tour of the room Gordon Liddy conducted wiretaps in from a wonderful tour guides, pictured at the end. Highly recommend doing that if you ever go.
Als opdracht 2 tortelduifjes mogen haken, was super leuk om te doen! Voor het eerst iets gemaakt met alleen een foto zonder patroon. Vervolgens heeft @pattybrouwer er een kunstwerk van gemaakt ❤️ speciaal voor haar ouders die 50 jaar getrouwd zijn🤵🏼👰🏼
Since my wound got infected I’m still stuck in bed and dreaming of days like this one ✨
Very much hoping to get better soon though and get to the mountains this weekend still 🙏🏻 | @bionicashoes 💙 | 📸 @nicaiken
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The famous Hamburg warehouse district from above.
Photo by @jhs.brgr 🌆🏗 check out his awesome shots! #germandrones
Where to start with this one... This was on day 6 of our 7-day trek in Peru last June. I had envisioned this image way before getting into the country and got inspired by @maxrivephotography after seeing his images from there.
It was important for me to create images that reflected my own style and creative vision, but that involved getting to most spots at blue hour, which means leaving most of the time around 2-3am to start the hike.
The ascension wasn’t that long, maybe 2-3 hours but it was very steep. We arrived at the pass one hour before sunrise and we still had to get down where the cactuses were.
All I can say is that getting down in the dark on an extremely slippery and steep slope like this without a guide would have been quite dangerous for someone who doesn’t know the area.
So we made our way down in the dark and arrived at that viewpoint around blue hour. I shot the scene in a hurry, catching the last blue light before sunrise.
The last part to get down wasn’t any easier and we were relieved to arrive at camp and take some rest. My friend @bilal_photography slept somewhere between 14-16 hours and I thought he was dead for a moment 😂. I think that’s why it took me so much time to process this one, knowing all the physical work behind it, I wanted to make sure it was at a level that represented well all the hard work I put in. Hopefully it does that.
This is one of the spots we’ll be visiting next year in June during my photography workshop. - 3 spots left, link in bio!
Shot on Sony a7riii + 16-35 f2.8 GM
Foreground and mountains : 23 mm, 1/8, f16, iso 800
Sky : 3 shot panorama at 16mm, 20 sec, f3.2, iso 4000
Exploring this geothermal field in the middle of the Bolivian desert was like stepping foot on another planet! 🚀
Thick bubbling mud from the intensely volcanic ground surrounded us and the smell of rotten eggs filled the air. Pure crazyness! 🇧🇴 #AllAboutAdventures
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Those magical moments when nature presents itself with the most precious tenderness in every little detail that you can’t help but get abuzz with a soft warmth in every part of your body no matter the outside temperature.
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The heater defrosted a crooked heart in the windshield 😌❄️❤️ I’ll always remember January of 2018 when my daily driver was in the shop and all I had was my 64’ ford truck. The temperature was in the single digits for a couple week stretch, and I drove this thing up over Windsor mountain into town every single day. It was so damn cozy in that cab with the heat blasting. Ripping in 3rd gear up the double lane, engine screaming; old machine vs. New England winter. I can still smell it.
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