Happy Sunday! Here’s an image of probably the most popular waterfall in the Gorge. This was taken a few years back when it partially froze over.
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Mastermind photowalk 19’
Shot with my @sonyalpha
Swipeeee which is your favorite 1 or 2?
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Extremely excited to have finally captured a shot of the North American Double Stuf Oreo Sheep. This sheep is as majestic as your average sheep with just a little extra wool in the middle. Approximately double as much wool. It’s obviously hard to get close to a NADSOS so I had to use one of my telephoto lenses to shoot into another one of my telephoto lenses to get the shot. This is a technique (NatStacking™️) that I have perfected and it allows me to take beautiful photos from a safe distance of roughly 17 miles. Feel free to try it out for yourselves.
I love this kind of balanced tones with dark in the background.I dont know why it gives me a feeling of attitude,boldness and strongly expressing. Let me know if you feel the same. And i hope this post makes up for my recent inactive status on Instagram,sorry for that .
Forecast for this evening: 40% chance of falling embers.
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Good morning and happy Sunday. The weekend is almost over and I’m sad about it but I’m wrapping it up by going to my third A’s game in a row and last of the regular season! Hope everyone has had a good weekend so far.
Doing these types of shots are easy enough to plan, but actually carrying them out is a complete mission. Shouting over loudspeaker, moving a few inches back and forth as the sun goes down (really, really quickly) and then crowds getting in the way... @thebogdanpascal managed to get 10 or so RO backs in the space of a few mins to make sure we had one decent shot in the bag. I was shooting from around 240m away to get this one, on @reddigitalcinema with the @sigmaphoto 150-600mm.
Thought I'd show the BTS of it too, and Bogdan's stance of approval - shot burst mode on the @canonuk EOS-R + 16-35mm
'The Light Fort' by Yoh Nagao: The pattern and symbols used for this composition by Yoh Nagao are a beautiful mash-up of the artist’s own ancestral visual wisdom and that of India’s generic tradition and culture. A sense of community and belonging are the core emotions around which this mural is done. Born in Yokohama and raised in Nagoya, Yoh Nagao is one of Japan's leading international street artists. “We will be the indigenous people of the future,” he says of his overarching theme that defines his work.