I'm curious to see if any of my followers can guess where this waterfall is located.
I'll give you all a hint: It's not North Dakota.
Leave your guesses in the comments 👇
See ya soon 🌵🌞🌴
The more preoccupied I am with someone else’s perspective, the less focussed I am on my own work.
Palomar Airport sunset lineup tonight, 2/24/2020 🛬🌅
All single exposures, nothing composited 📷
Do not watch your life melt away just like that for life is too precious to waste it doing nothing.
Yesterday @ekteungea and I went ice-bathing on top of Bergen’s tallest mountain. In the process a deep cut was inflicted on my left foot.
The injury meant I couldn’t participate in our weekly dip in the sea at @bod24sandviken. However, I joined anyway as a photographer, limping around trying to document our little posse.
The birthmark on your shoulder reminds me - 🎶 Sufjan Stevens
| flirting with the unknown 💫|
It’s been a while both in Instagram’s strange sense of time but also in my own timeline. I’ve really missed the conversations with you all. My science work has taken most of my time, along with the time I have been using intentionally to figure a few things out about myself, like my sense of purpose, and the path I am choosing to explore ahead. .
I got caught in the vortex of the mainstream, and for a while I felt normal, and things seemed to be flowing. But the weird side of me came back, fiercely asking me to snap out, to search for the realities that may hide behind the veil of the first reality we all see. So I have been playing a dual agent. Sometimes I am here, sometimes I am at the edge of things - both inside my head and out in the world.
The lonely houses were a way to keep the child in me, and the weird side of my self at peace, but now it is time to move on. And that sort of moving on feels good, it is raw, and it is evolutionary fertile.
This image represents a bit of a transition. I am inside one of those houses looking beyond the sun, wondering about worlds that could exist. I am also in another house, sitting down, with my eyes closed, looking inside of me in silence, and not wondering, just receiving.
I will come back with new images this year, and they will probably be different in many ways. They will document the stories that catch my emotional attention, my existential questions, my realisations, and what I discover in others that makes me jump with excitement. .
Sending love always 💓
We’re packed up and ready to head down the Maligne Parkway for our backcountry adventure! The adventure team is heading into Jacques Lake Cabin for the night and we’re looking forward to some mild temps and spicy snowshoeing!
Nice morning, small, surfable waves. Clean at sunrise, onshore now. See my full post from the brine www.aquabumps.com or links in bio
Anyone else ready to flip the page on this winter?
One of my favorite images from my time living in Northern Spain. The Picos de Europa mountain range is absolutely breathtaking. I think it's time to go back soon!
Soaking all of Paris in from my balcony at @lemeuriceparis . Thankful for my days here... I always find so much inspiration when I come back to Paris. Where do you guys go to get inspiration?? Mine is Paris & the beach back at home 💕#DCmoments
Something cool on the horizon
umudun rengi olsaydı
Nature’s brushstrokes 🎨
Less than 2 months now until I head back to this beautiful spot with the @purephotoadventures.nz crew for our Autumn Photography Workshop 2020. We still have 1 spot left on this epic 8 day tour of the South Island where we explore some of our favourite locations and share everything we know about photography. If you’re interested in joining us or perhaps our winter tour please see our bio or send me a message 🏔
UPDATE: Sold out. Check out our winter tours
Today I’m reposting this image, to announce with a great honor that my Titanium Moon photo as the winner of People´s Choice Award 2019 from Insight Investment Astronomy Photographer of the Year of @royalmuseumsgreenwich! The image was captured from our Official Observatory and Headquarters of @darkskyalqueva in Cumeada, Portugal. Deeply knowing that among such a fine selection of images, every one would Deserve to Win!! I confess I found myself voting on other images too, as they were so great, special some deep sky, planetary and sun works, which I loved too. So thank you again to all the people who voted on my "Titanium Moon"! You make my day, feeling so blessed 🙏✨💫😁 The complete description is here:
This Full Moon image is a result of an high-resolution mosaic composed by four panels each one of 30 images combined together to reveal a sharp and detailed surface up to the lunar limb. Taken on 25th October 2018 from Cumeada Observatory in @darkskyalqueva Reserve, the final image shows that the moon is more then a grey body as it is normally perceived by our human eye. The color of this RGB image have been slightly increased revelling a strange but even so, real appearance, corresponding to the differences in the chemical constitution of the lunar surface, as changes in mineral content can produce subtle color differences in reflected light. The blue hues that can be seen on the seas like “Mare Tranquillitatis”, or “Mare Fecunditatis” (right center and edge) are revelling rich areas in titanium.
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