Wish I had these views for quarantine 💭
Love this zoom get together, they are so cool !!
The bright side will be here soon. Until then, air hugs for all!
Show Your Walls Some Love. Link for prints in bio. Cheers!🤙🏼
Have you ever heard about Wat Rong Seur Ten? Or it’s well known as a ‘Blue Temple’? If you ever happen to visit Chiang Mai, you can also go to Chiang Rai by bus and stay overnight there.
Some tips from me : Visit The White Temple 30 minutes from the closing time if you want to get a clear shot without tourists.
On the second day, before you leave Chiang Rai, you can visit the Blue Temple at 8 am, make sure don’t wake up late if you want to get a beautiful shot without people!m and before the tour buses arrive!
It’s even more beautiful in person both inside and out, be sure to walk around out back to find out stunning architecture with its unique contrast colors—blue and golden.
thank you @markusruci for taking this photo.
This is ‘Second Sight’ which was taken on a rainy hike in the Isle of Skye. It’s currently on view at @arthousegallery as a part of their fantastic group landscape show titled RE(NEW)AL. The show can be seen online, and artwork can be brought to you.
@Sophie_hardcastle wrote this beautiful poem about the landscapes in Skye to accompany the series:
Sun falls. Landing
like birth-marks, Mottled
pink red, fraying
at the edges, Lighter
there. Here, darker.
In blood soaked rivulets. 🌹♥️
It could just be me, but I see a (shark) face here. #WHPiseefaces
The show is on | but not open
On a freezing and windy October morning last year I was invited by Jacob & Jill @camerasanddancers to join their European tour visiting a prominent architectural site with a group of ballet dancers and local photographers.
A few years ago, on a visit to LA, I attended another of Jacob and Jill’s cameraanddancer event in the outskirts of Los Angeles. The images I took on that event are some of the pictures I am most happy about when I browse through my camera roll. Although it was the first time, I was shooting ballet dancers.
When I received the invitation for an event in Copenhagen, I was excited not only to meet Jacob and his lovely girlfriend Jill again but also to repeat the event in Copenhagen at a place where I had been before.
The sun was about to rise when the bus driver parked the bus outside @campadventuredk at 7 am. We were all excited at arriving to the site but when the bus door opened and we stepped outside our faces turned ice blue because of an ice-cold wind. And as we climbed the tower, the wind got stronger and stronger. I must admit it was one of the most challenging photo events I have ever attended. Despite a magnificent sunrise, I was struggling shooting the dancers as I couldn’t control my light exposure on the iPhone because of the strong sun and wind.
In October, I was busy with various client projects, so I didn’t share any of the pictures. But now is the perfect moment to share a few of the images and to send my warmest greeting to Jacob & Jill in Los Angeles as I can see from the international news that the coronavirus has arrived at Los Angeles. And to the rest of you wherever you are I wish you a happy Easter.
Lastly, remember that a lot of art institutions are struggling financial these days so remember to show your support to both artists and venues by buying tickets in advance 🐥
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Early January. Quite a chaotic frame but somehow it still appealed to me.
#WildNevada21: We love seeing all of your beautiful pics of Nevada Wilderness when we’re scrolling through Instagram. But, do you know what would be even better? Seeing them in the Wild Nevada 2021 Calendar! Currently, Friends of Nevada Wilderness is looking for photos that showcase the beauty of Nevada’s 70 Wilderness Areas. Both landscape and photos of recreationists enjoying Wilderness are welcome.
To submit, simply post to Instagram using the #WildNevada21 hashtag and tagging our page. We are accepting submissions through June 1st. So, start sending them over! Have a great day and Stay Wild. ⛰📸
Another trip down memory lane today as I sit in quarantine. Here’s a collection from my first ever trip to #Yosemite National park, in November 2018. Been obsessed with the place ever since... which is your favorite? 🏞 #HelloFrom
A breath of fresh air ... maybe not! Interesting Article: Kim Prather, a leading atmospheric chemist at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography, “wouldn't go in the water if you paid me $1 million right now.” She worries COVID-19 could enter the ocean from sewage spills and outfalls, and then reenter the atmosphere. In her research, Prather has found that the ocean churns up all kinds of particulate and microscopic pathogens, and every time the ocean sneezes with a big wave or two, it sprays these particles into the air. She believes that this new coronavirus is light enough to float through the air much farther than we think. The six-feet physical distancing rule, she said, doesn't apply at the beach, where coastal winds can get quite strong and send viral particles soaring. BS or possible?Thoughts?
La parábola de los ciegos / the blind leading the blind.
You are NOT ALONE.
WE are all in this TOGETHER.
The beauty of an incoming storm in @RenoTahoe. Light rays danced for a good hour before the sun sank and the snow started falling. I always find transitional weather to be the most spectacular, and this was no exception. Sound on for some extra immersion… #renotahoe
patience is bitter, but its fruit is sweet.
No stress 🥰🥳
Here bunny bunny bunny 🐇🦎
Rural tranquility 🏘 Wanna see your pictures posted in our account? Apply for a feature on worlderlust.net (link in my bio: @worlderlust)
Tremosine Sul Garda, Italy. Photos by @cristinaproietti_photo
When we’re all done with The Rona, we’re gonna do some travel – you and I. Yeah, it may be a while, but let’s dream…
One destination that blew my mind – Croatia – in particular the Dalmation Coast. If you like the ocean and sailing – boom, you’re nuts if you don’t go there. Spending a week drifting down The Dalmation Coast, weaving the islands, swimming caves and anchoring at ancient ports is a real treat.
Whilst more and more beaches are being closed to the public in Sydney, and we’re all having a jolly stay-cation at home, start writing your travel bucket list…put Croatia on it.
Cheer up! Watch Tiger King on Netflix – it’s so bad, but you can’t stop watching it. The beach looked pretty miserable this morning, so you not missing much! :: uge