Winter season has officially started ! Looking forward to capture the beauty of frozen water during this winter ! ❄️❤️
Onde eu renovo minhas energias e coloco meus pensamentos em ordem! 🌌
The bluest water with the blackest rock... a most beautiful combination.
Ich stelle mich ab jetzt wieder öfter vor die Linse, da sich ja niemand von mir fotografieren lässt. 😁😁 Neues Stativ gabs vor 3 Tagen und gestern hab ich mir einen Funkauslöser für meine Kamera geholt. 👌🏼 📍Waldsteinbruch Althaldensleben
Feels a lot like Christmas 🎶
Whats so awesome about Iceland is that it has a huge range of landscapes and seascapes 👌🏾
DAY 68. Head such an incredible experience with @atomic_helicopters
this weekend!! So excited for what’s to come 🙌
Beauty is not in the face, beauty is a light in the heart. But the face is what’s visible first tho right..?
I have just as much awe and respect for the people who LIVE among the mountains as the mountains themselves. Like in the Nepalese Himalayas, where we could only light a fireplace a few hours each evening, as there isn’t enough wood otherwise. (I have a feeling that was just for us tourists too.) Some locals head to the city off season, but many wait out the winter, far from hospitals, paved roads, and 24 hour delivery. Like I said, awe and respect.
Let me know when you spot the locals in the first three photos. Hint: look closely at the bottom of the third photo. @passionpassport #nepal
Fresh perspectives on familiar places, most of which are blanketed in snow or iced over, especially here along the shore of Lake Superior. As much as I love to travel, there’s something to be said about loving where you live.
Mein Dank geht raus an die fremde Frau hier auf dem Bild vor mir, die mit ihrem türkisen Regenschirm in der dunklen Masse herausgestochen ist. Erinnert mich ein bisschen an How I Met Your Mother, nur dass der Schirm nicht gelb ist. 😁
Sometimes you're waiting for sunset and golden hour...and it skips right into blue hour. 🤷🏼♂️ When it comes to landscape photography, patience, timing and being able to adapt is crucial. | This was taken back in October in the North Cascades, hanging out with @wolfmercuryphotography
Sony a7Riii and 16-35mm Zeiss
When you try to find some sun close to home... failed.. the fog was too high... Anyway, I like it like that. Moody 🖤 thanks for the shot @amandarrine
Went on 'The Monument' to capture a perfect sunset in London. I tried to integrate the fence up there as a scenic element - let me know in the comments, if you like it. 🙊❤️💙
Met you in summer, fell for you in fall 🍃🍂