Last weekend I visited one of my favorite sights in California, McWay Falls. Last time I was there was before the mud slide that closed sections of highway 1 and added 15 acres of land to California. Where before there were cars parked for miles and hordes of tourists scrambling to get photos in is now this quiet little piece of heaven, with only a handful of people enjoying the view. Guess there were some positives to the slide 🙃
fun story: when we walked down at the river and looked over to the other side we saw next to pretty buildings with the typical beautiful architecture of old town Sevilla four fishermen trying to make a catch and one of them changing clothes just presenting us his bum in the sun 😂😝 #yesitookaphoto#notsharing#toomuchfun#thingsilaughat
My first first attempt at photographing the Milky Way. I waited all week here near a dark sky close to Gap of Dunloe in Ireland for clear skies. The last day of my 6 day stay I just camped outside my cottage to see if the skies would clear. Shortly past midnight I could see a glimpse of the galaxy thru the clouds.
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ISO at 5000 /Nikon D800 with 14-24afs Lens @ 17mm/ 30 second exposure @ F2.8; color temperature 3700k/ wireless shutter release/ Manfrotto Carbon Fiber Tripod with 492QC Ball Head. Please like, comment, but follow me on Instagram.