It’s the dawn of a new year. What are your goals for 2019? As every state and territory on continental Australia recently experienced a record breaking heat wave, it’s always good to set some goals greater than self. Whether it be something small like using a reusable water bottle/coffee cup, cutting out meat from your diet for one day a week (or better yet altogether), donating to wildlife conservation projects, being a more conscientious recycler, picking up litter that you would normally pass by, cutting back on your waste disposal, cutting out unnecessary single use plastic or switching to solar - if enough people take small sustainable steps, the impact on this little inconsequential planet would be significant. Above all else, vote for governments willing to take action on climate action. #whpwanderlust
Road to Riches | 1 // Hi everyone! This week's series is all about roads in our urban environment. Hong Kong has plenty of them in all varieties - we have narrow alleyways lined with local shops that have a unique scent that make you say "ahh now I'm in Hong Kong" (it is not fragrant, but not quite an odour, so I'll just call it a scent!), and we also have wide highways that go above ground, through mountains and under water. Hong Kong has a pretty impressive road network, although roads alone can't keep a city this densely populated moving - we rely heavily on metro rail as our primary means of transportation. That said, I have always had a soft spot for road-based transport, if only because it is so nice to see where you're going, and observing activity on the streets as you get there.
Hong Kong's roads are quite fun to photograph. Our street lamps emit a beautiful orange-yellow glow at night (Instagram-friendly tones!). They're also often filled with our tomato-red coloured urban taxis (another Instagram favourite). Indeed, some of our most famous Insta-spots are road-themed and look their best in the evening - think of the winding Hill Road Flyover, the light trails made by passing buses and trams on Des Voeux Road, and the Red Minibus congregation at Mong Kok. Well, those spots have been so well covered by the professionals already, so I want to share some different angles from my droning expeditions. Today's shot celebrates the colour contrast between the freshly laid asphalt and the yellow markings, which almost look like they're pulsating with electric energy. It is early evening, so you can see the orange-yellow glow from the street lamps, which contrasts nicely with the network of footbridges that take pedestrians over this busy junction just next to our new High Speed Rail station, which have been conveniently painted teal by the receding light (yep, another Instagram-friendly tone!). The remaining question is - will anyone throw in a “sicktonesbro” comment?
My blood, my sister.
I enjoyed this photoshoot so much, since she has always supported me with all my craziness in life, photography was one of them. Ill talk about that soon, she gave me my first camera, i still have it... 📷 Well its a Sony something, but still in a good shape 🤣💪🏻 Hope you like the photo... Comment, like, engage!
see ya later! 🤙🏻😁
Whatever tomorrow brings, i'll be there ==========================================
Belajar bersama @Ksf_landscape
Senin, 21 Januari 2019
Tema : Arsitektur
Lokasi : Dam Colo ==========================================
Taken using @nikonindonesia@nikon@nikonasia D7200 paired with Nikkor 18-55 mm VR II and @haidaindonesia@haida GND Soft 1,2 mm and IR 720
SS 74,6 s
Blazing a Trail 🔥
Have you ever tried this style of long exposure? How did he do this? Shoutout goes to the first person to reveal how this is done in the comments! 👇
Photo by @tinyfissh | #Bleachmyfilm
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I love this picture in a glass ball idea😘👌😘👌😘👌😘👌 do you guys think it's photoshoped? And of yes why?