Loved this scene with the Icelandic horses in front of the water and landscape. These sturdy horses have quite the legacy, and their unique tölt gait is a very cool experience!! Personally I think I’m more predisposed to the canter or hand gallop, but for long periods of travel, the tölt over the trot would make a *huge* difference!
(Btw, thanks everyone for being understanding of the longer than usual gaps in between posts!! More soon ☺️)
Some more hiking shots. I reached a clearing and wanted to take some self portraits. Problem is there was nothing interesting for me to hold as a subject. So I thought what better subject than a huge lens. -
I could of spent all day and more at this place. It was so magical even in the rain!
I would say these shots turned out pretty cool. It was tough in the rain with a camera and a tripod but I made it work.
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Visions of Night- The galactic core is now above the winter horizon close to dawn. I tried to get some exposures this past weekend over the new moon but got clouded out. I had to settle for this composite image in which the galactic core is correctly positioned but this spot is closed after dark. I opted to combine a blue hr foreground with some tracked milk. Don’t worry CO your dark skies won’t be elusive for much longer.
I always thought these kind of clouds were related the very commonly known, cumulonimbus clouds, breaking apart.
But turns out, these are called altocumulus clouds.
These are the sort of, younger brothers of the big scary cloud formations that bring down torrents of rain.
They depict change of weather and climate.
At the rate the world is changing, we might actually see alot more of these than we normally do.
But hey, at least we have a beautiful view while the silence takes us.
کسی که هیچکس تصورش رو هم نمیکنه، کاری میکنه
که هیچکس تصورش رو هم نمیکنه!
کدوم عکس؟اولی یا دومی؟🧐
“Always do what you are afraid to do.” Ralph Waldo Emerson
Friends, I’m struggling with something. I feel like I’m standing at the edge of that bluff. I know the right way back is likely the path I took to get there, leading back to the safety of my car. It’s probably the better choice. But the other way, to jump, is exciting and temping, but dangerous. I’ve jumped before and have always gotten hurt.