________ipê maciço de demolição___2015
Love those Idaho back roads. Hope you’re all staying healthy and sane. Sane is debatable on this end 😂
One of the thousand corners within the Zion narrows that has that nice golden glow!
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Featured Artist : @bahterazar
Photo Location : Walakiri beach. Sumba
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Reliving a few old Q&A sessions with sponsors. @lacie_tech 2017:
What inspired you to take your work on the road and live a nomadic lifestyle?
I wanted to simplify things. My wife and I want to defy “the expected.” You know—the house, the 2.5 kids, the Costco card. And living like this makes my work so much more enjoyable. Living “normally,” I would only be allotted a short period of time to capture what needed to be captured. Normally, you get to where your assignment is and then you have to turn around and leave. Sometimes you end up spending a lot of funds on these projects, but because of the way things work in this field, you don’t always get the right light, you don’t always get the look you’re chasing after. Living nomadically allows me to set up shop and get immersed in the community, study the area, and wait for ideal circumstances.
I have asthma and I’m wearing TWO masks! I’m breathing fine and I’m not a selfish idiot! WEAR A MASK ITS NOT THAT HARD. 👍🏽 happy Monday
Bike rides with views of the Amalfi Coast 🇮🇹
Video by: @haylsa
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Knicknamed “The Opal” for its unique facade mirroring the play of colours of the water, our proposal for a new landmark for the Danish Society of Engineers' headquarter was meant to add a touch of splendor to Copenhagen Harbour.
It was all just so overwhelming.
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Home is where the ❤ is....
It all feels a bit strange at the moment as I prepare this weekend to say what looks like a final goodbye to my family home. I was born here; in the room out front. Mum and dad scraped together the £25 needed to buy the plot of land it sits on. Dad, a carpenter, and his bricklaying mate then spent a number of months building the house and, as they could afford it, mum & dad then made improvements and modernisations.
I lived here for 21 years; mum and dad for over 40 years; mum on her own for a further 16 years.
We invest a lot of time and money in bricks and mortar, but when all is said and done home is where the heart is...mum has settled well with her care home 'family' and I can't wait to see the sign again that says 'Welcome to Cumbria' ❤
Here's an image from Wednesday morning with my good friend @will.holligan 📷 It's another Swipey ➡️➡️➡️➡️
Have a great weekend😊
#thisismyadventure #theplacetobe #cumbria #home #homeiswheretheheartis #family
fly fly as far as you can
In close approximation to the Danish Wadden Sea on the wide-open and flat fields, a new building has been build that looks like it is growing out of the ground. It is a fascinating construction made of thousands of straws and does look like a birds nest — the unique thatched-roof based on traditional craftsmanship of the region Wadden Sea.
It is the home for The Wadden Sea Centre that tells the story of one of the world’s most unique and significant natural resorts that, ensures that 15 million migratory birds can forage on their flight between North and South. I visited the landmark during the lockdown. But I look forward to going back and learn more about the bird species migration. Some of the birds go on long-distance vacation when they leave cold Denmark during winter and fly to tropical Africa. How cool is that!
#baredanmark #architecture #shotoniphone #dortemandrup
So nice to see some parts of the world opening up slowly again. Time to restart filling up the 2020 book I think!
maddie on medium format // manhattan, new york 2.2020 #mamiyarz67
Wrapped up the first phase of our Inglewood project this morning with some final detail work. I’m really proud of my team on this one. Couldn’t have done it without their hard work! Our clients gave me complete creative freedom for this project. It’s my favorite way to work. Their trust in me is greatly appreciated. I can’t wait for phase two. #allthehotdaysandsweatwasworthit #nowthegolfclubneedstofixtheturf
Interférences /// Tour 'Avant Seine' dans le quartier Front de Seine. Paris. Architecte : Jean-Claude Bernard.
On my latest video I talk about feeling unsuccessful about our photography and how we should ignore external judgements and define our own success. The suggestion I make is to go through an older portion of your portfolio where, more than likely, you will see a marked improvement or progression in your work.
I did this recently and have seen a marked progression or change in my post processing style. I think this began over the winter when there was very little snow and ice and I was trying to inject some life and feeling into otherwise grey and dull images. It certainly influenced the 2020 preset pack.
Fading the blacks is something I have been enjoying experimenting with by lifting the tone curve away from true black. It provides a lovely soft, moody feel and works really well for woodland and tree scenes where a slightly lower contrast can be beneficial. It’s really noticeable on this image with the rocks at the bottom of the frame.
Also not every shot needs to be an A+ image. This one is not my favourite but I still like it, learn something every time I press the shutter button and loved the moment when I shot it with @lyle_mccalmont nearby. Swipe to see him in action.
#landscapephotography #peakdistrict #trees #treesofinstagram #naturephotography #ordnancesurvey
The only few shots I have of the Flatiron building without scaffolding 😂This was shot on my first ever trip into the city. A few weeks into my stay in New York the flatiron had to undergo some facade maintenance. Was a real pity I couldn’t have gone back to try different angles 🤷🏻♂️ next time then
Lake Tahoe California