A few weeks ago, I had the opportunity to go camping with my family at 11 Mile. I hadn’t done any research or scouting for the place so I was brought my camera along to simply see what I could see. There of course was a beautiful reservoir with plenty of compositions but there was also wind. So much wind, that I was being blown over which was not enjoyable in the slightest. So after setting up a couple tents I headed for the small hills nearby to find some sort of shelter. I found what you see here, a huge tree more or less, all by itself. There was beautiful backlight on the tree which helps to separate it from the background. I soon went back to make some food but didn’t end up sleeping much the next few nights due to what felt like my tent about to take flight. Was definitely a cool place but I won’t be going back if there is high wind in the forecast.
Talk about having the beach at your backdoor. Don't forget to shut it at high tide 😂.
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Last night I sent in my super last minute entries for @ilpoty 2019. My goal is to get one image in the top 101 landscape photographs. I have a feeling competition will be pretty fierce this year, with so much talent out there!
Только что вернулись из путешествия по фантастической Исландии. Скажу откровенно -это было нереально круто! .
По стране мы проехали более 4000км. Забирались в центральную часть острова -highlands, которая уже закрыта для туристов), где нас чуть не смыло, пока мы пытались проехать реку вброд. Мы гуляли по леднику и любовались ледяными пещерами, ну и конечно же побывали во многих знаковых для страны местах. В общем, эмоции бьют через край ,хотя я уже 2 дня в Москве :) .
Напоминаю, что в феврале мы отправимся в уникальное авто-путешествие по Северной Норвегии (через Карелию и Финляндию). Присоединяйтесь, места еще есть!
Just returned from our trip to the fantastic Iceland. Frankly, it was unrealistic cool!
In the country we drove more than 4000km. We climbed into the central part of the island -highlands, which is already closed to tourists), where we were almost washed away while we tried to wade the river by car. We walked along the glacier and admired the ice caves, and of course we visited many places that are significant for the country. In general, emotions beat over the edge, although I have been in Moscow already for 2 days :)
Dusk on a glacier, at a bar in Iceland. I cannot thank @reyka_vodka enough for the most incredible opportunity. Truly mind blowing to step out of an A-Frame cabin complete with wood burned onto one of Iceland’s largest glacier. Cheers to that 🙏🏽 #shotoniphone#ReykaGlacierBar#Reykavodka
There is something truly unique when walking close to a cliff like this one. This image don’t do justice to this cliff. You just have to see it with your own eyes to believe the structure of the cliffs that the Faroe Islands has to offer.
Have you heard about the “Polar bug”, a term indicating your constant desire to return after setting your feet on Svalbard or Antarctica for the first time. Are you ready to be bitten by the Polar bug...?
The Bright Side 🌅
Taken on one of my first hikes in California. I’m a sucker for good sunsets, and this one was incredible. But the real question: sunrises or sunsets?
📸 LUMIX G7
f8 | ISO 200 | 1/500sec
Tem 4 meses da nossa lua de mel já e eu não editei praticamente nenhuma foto das mais de 4 mil que a gente tirou. Por isso, não estranhem se começar a aparecer fotos de Alpes, rios e lagos por aqui. A gente tá no escritório trabalhando mesmo hahaha 🤘🏻