Pretty crazy to think that it is November almost over! I got a busy schedule coming up and I am beyond excited to create new content and see some new exciting places 🤫
If i take a moment and think back at all the incredible places i got to see this year, the French Alps stick out a lot!
↟ Arguably one of the craziest coastlines in the UK. Waking up at catching this shot just before the sun came out was definitely worth the early alarm. Is Old Harry Rocks on your list of places to visit? Let me know in the comments.
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A seagull floating in the wind above Nólsoy – the island that lies like a giant buffer protecting Tórshavn from the eastern storms. Nólsoy is part of the municipality of Tórshavn and the island is known for its laid back and peaceful, yet artistic mood. The ferry ride from Tórshavn is only twenty minutes. | Photo by @alessiomesiano
Наконец я сделал ночные снимки мемориального комплекса "Журавли" в парке Победы. Выждал первый снег и морозную свежесть и отправился в путь. Замёрз ужасно, аккумулятора хватило впритык, но остался собой доволен.
📸 Canon 650d
В синем небе плывут облака,
Растворяясь в закатной мгле,
Растекается море огня,
Угасая в немой тишине.
Тает этот божественный миг,
Ускоряется времени бег,
И горящий диск солнца достиг
Той черты, где кончается свет.
Та черта – это вечная тень,
И на землю спускается ночь,
Каждый раз в ней кончается день,
Унося все минувшее прочь.
It was mid August when I decided to head back south from Alaska. Plagued by anxiety from the 2,000 miles of sketchy roads that lay ahead, and having felt the first winds of the long Alaskan winter, I was in hurry, and I was alone. Snow fell intermittently, sticking only to the surrounding peaks now dressed in white, and I was rushing to make the last petrol station that links 500km of road before they closed at 8pm. There were animals everywhere, and cutting curves at high speeds was a stressful endeavor, but I kept cruising in hopes I wouldn't be forced to sleep in a parking lot, and reluctantly drove past a handful of bears and moose without stopping. Until I crossed paths with the fox, and slammed on my brakes to catch a glimpse before he disappeared into the thick brush that lined the roads of the Dease lake hwy. But unlike any other wild animal I've encountered, he ran towards me, and for the following ten minutes, it was just him and I, chillin in the road. We had a quick photo shoot, and I lectured him on the dangers of being in the middle of the road, and then he was gone, and it was time for me to go. I made it to the petrol station with 30 minutes to spare, and happily started the long nights drive to the Meziadin Junction just 300km away.
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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
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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