Featured artist: @hadsrobinson —
“Street scene on Independence Day in Cartagena. This town is hot hot hot but the nights are 🙌🏼🎉💯”
The city of Cartagena is a major port founded in 1533, located on the northern coast of Colombia in the Caribbean Coast Region. Tourism is a mainstay of its economy. Famous sites including Steps of La Popa mount, Castillo de San Felipe de Barajas and The Walled city of Cartagena.
I don't know what Sadeño means but I just love the light trail it gives. If you know what Sadeño means around Makati just comment haha. (I know it's a place in Makati that's just it)
3 392 hours ago
The camera merely captures what the eye has already seen.
It is you who decides to see the beauty around you,
Or the lack thereof.
Goodmorning from Utengule🌞
P.S. Keep an eye out for the stories this week for free wallpapers.
19 4352 hours ago
Uh that’s just an escalator 😑🙃
8 1162 hours ago
3/3 REPOST (NO MORE OLD PHOTOS AFTER THE NEXT 3 POSTS)
Y’all ever notice that the older we get, the faster time seems to go by? That scares tf out of me.
11 2906 hours ago
I’m often asked, where do you find inspiration? Many places. But one of the mains are the changing scenes in the streets. You can get out there with a clear idea about what you want to capture, but you’ll never really know what you get. All the outside factors, like the weather, who walks in and out of the scenes, etc. It all makes me feel like being a part of a bigger play, where I don’t know the story, but are a part of it as it unfolds 🎭
Sharing the stories I see with others is a big part of the project for me, but seeing and capturing slices of moments of life as it unfolds, that’s a source of inspiration I’ll never run out of.
Just take this photo for example, not planned at all, I just saw the reflections in the road, felt a glimpse of an opportunity and went for it. And now I feel like there’s a whole alternate universe down there, in the puddles below our feet. I guess we just have to be open minded to actually see it ✨
Sunrise at Nyhavn 🌞
Called @sebtelmer at midnight trying to figure out where we should go for sunrise. We ended up settling for the classic Nyhavn. I had seen an image of a blue house I hadn’t noticed before, which I wanted to try and capture. It was a perfectly still morning so we got some great reflections in the water, and the sky was completely clear. Normally I’d prefer a few clouds, but for these shots I think it turned out great. Tried to capture Nyhavn from some new angles, but had to capture my favourite stretch for the third image as well. Early morning shoot, good company, coffee and obsessing over edits, it never gets old 🙏🏼