We are all different in many ways, and some of us express it a little differently, which is something they had decided to do. I’m not sure how many times they had been approached for a photo but they were extremely happy to oblige.
Sometimes in life, we come to a fork in the road and we must decide what path to choose and choose wisely. The decision I faced was not deep with philosophy but if we wanted to end our adventure or continue on. Until next time happy shooting
I persevered (what I really mean is that I wrestled with the camera whilst muttering under my breath WTF is wrong this camera) for over an hour before I headed back to the car knowing one photo might be salvageable however rest would end up in the trash as they were useless.
The colour and drama filling the sky took my breath away as I watched the sunset on another day.
The first sunset of 2021 was an absolute killer. The sky was filled full of drama and the sun just lit the sky up and it just kept getting better and better. Couldn’t stop taking photos Until next time, happy shooting
By morning, these footprints will have been washed away by Mother Nature
With that in mind I headed to the local beach with the drone, to capture some footage of waves rolling in to the shoreline, hopefully providing a distraction for a few minutes, apart from the visual distraction there is a story that goes with it.
The review of 2020 will be a little different this year. Its not just going to concentrate on the Top 20 photos of 2020 but rather a reflection of what I photographed in 2020 and the year started off with a bang.
Secondly, this is blog post number 301, personally this is mind blowing achievement as it goes hand in hand with the “I never expected it to last this long” comment. Here’s to another 300 blog posts.
Stumbled across a few old buildings from a sawmill that are no longer in use, the main sawmill building is pretty uninteresting and bland but the building in these two photos has a lot more character, and even though I wasn’t wearing appropiate footwear I was still drawn inside to look around.