.. Colour .. I have really been feeling a little Christmassy this year ! Usually my reaction to Christmas is meh.
Well until it gets to the eating part. I guess I'm like everyone right ?
But this year I'm so keen ! Before Christmas I want to make many trips S possible to new places to explore and shoot some usual pictures .
I want to create something incredible from something you see every time you go to that town but make it so unique .
I can guarantee you that I have some cool edits to come soon !!!! Follow for more @adventureclarence
Merveilleux coucher de soleil 😍🌅🙌🏽
« En devenant miroir du ciel sans cesse changeant, les plans d’eau impliquent la liberté. Rien de plus éphémère que ces reflets. » Erik Orsenna 🌊💙❤️ ______________________________________
« On becoming mirror of sky consistenly changing, body water involve freedom. Nothing more ephemeral than those reflections. » Erik Orsenna🌊💙❤️
Still haven’t managed to get outside with my new camera so here is another reject photo from Canada 😅 This photograph was taken on my hike up one of the mountains in Banff. As I got higher and higher I came across snow...in June! (See my canada instagram story) It was a strange feeling to be so high up walking in snow with just a T-shirt on! 😆
📷: Sony A7
👓: Zeiss Loxia 21mm ƒ/2.8
💡: 1/40” ISO100 ƒ/8.0
⏳: 0.6H GND 🌎: Banff, Canada
A few months ago we got asked to shoot on a wedding in tuscany, italy. After a weekend of filming, nice people, delicious food and a few beers, we headed home . On the eight hour drive we took a spontaneous stop to enjoy the sunset on this iconic spot. Really love the freedom in my job🤘🏻
..I'm not even a poser.. Just naturally photogenic, some of us don't even need to try the we just born this way . 😂
And no I don't go for bulls; where my @washwizards fans at ?
Just a picture of me walking up a mountain and another mountain
Tell some of your funny hike stories
Spanish moss and sweetgum near Eufaula Alabama. I did a lot of searching for a good photo of spanish moss on places like Lake Jordan and the Chattahoochee River. It was only when I explored up Cowikee Creek off the Chattahoochee that I found this composition that I thought was worthy of my book, The Natural Beauty of Alabama.