One from the other morning up Loughrigg - in many ways I prefer this to the nuclear stuff that was going on first thing (you’ll know what I mean if you saw my story from that morning) nice to see the first snow on the tops as well. Will post the nuclear sunrise at some point if I still like it 😂
I love how photography gives you the opportunity to always discover new places and people. So happy my journey brought me to a point where I could experience this view with @tribexdigital fam and appreciate Earth’s beauty 🌍 🎈
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While I'm looking forward to exploring new places in the future, I can't deny the desire to return to the places I was before and relive the incredible feeling I had when I was there in person.
"The Pinnacle" | Ursa Beach, Sintra, Portugal | Reaching for new grounds, new opportunities, new cycles. Rather than struggling for the peak, and running out of oxygen amidst the rush, perhaps it's better to sit and just contemplate, learning its ways and its mysteries, until your eyes and soul can be at peace with it, and finally be it.
Shot during my first trip to the amazing and fortunately difficult to reach Praia da Ursa, some years ago. This place has been voted by a renown magazine as one of the most beautiful beaches in the world, and I have to agree. Even though the weather wasn't good at all for photography, this place just left me astounded with it's sheer energy and power. Not easy at all to shoot this place under harsh light conditions, so I had to resort to different angles, and play with the available light. This was a tricky image to properly expose, but the ND filters made it possible.
Sony a77 + Sigma 10-20mm | Exposure: 2 seconds | Aperture: f9.5 | ISO: 200 | 4 stops full ND, 3 stops soft ND Grad Nisi | Tripod | Remote shutter
Perché sognare di giorno si può!
Perché non ci sono limiti alla fantasia, alle emozioni, all’immaginazione.
Perché siamo fatti di razionalità ma anche di un’infinità scorta di istinto, sentimento, vibrazioni.
Perché il confine tra sogno e realtà é leggero come carta velina, quando lo si desidera ardentemente, e così, vedere oltre é più facile, anche al di là di un vecchio cancello che porta ad un giardino abbandonato ma VIVO.
🎧 L’essenziale _ Marco Mengoni
“ L'amore non segue le logiche
Ti toglie il respiro e la sete,
Mentre il mondo cade a pezzi
Io compongo nuovi spazi e desideri che
Appartengono anche a te”
Looking over rooftops 🏘 (📷: @maysan2611)
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Unbelievable fur trees covered with snow on the top of the Lysaya hill. They look like fairytale creatures. Captured with Nikon D850 and Tamron SP 15-30mm Di VC USD G2
Thanks to @tamron_russia for providing me this amazing lens
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I started Instagram like probably every girl did when I was 18 years old and mostly posted pics of my dog and mirror selfies 😅🤳🐕
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When I met the love of my life almost 4,5 years ago we started traveling a lot and after some travels I started my blog as a place to capture my impressions & the memories we made 👩🏻💻
Naturally I also started to post more travel shots on Instagram - slowly (I mean really slowly haha) I began to grow until I started to take instagram more serious about 1,5 years ago when I had around 5000 Followers ☺️ I started to use Lightroom and learned how to use it, we bought a camera & equipment and here we are now - still working on our skills and living the dream of traveling and creating content for you guys 🗺
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Going through photos from my trip to Amsterdam makes me want to go back already. The buildings actually begin to sink or lean forward, backward or to the side because the city is built on water. I was told the buildings were still safe, but I have to admit, it did freak me out a little.