Yeni arkadaşım, Shuan Wang (?). Arabasının içinde yaşıyor. Gün içerisinde önündeki tenekeye vurarak kendi deyimiyle müzik yapıyor. Tanıştıktan sonra fotoğrafını çekmek isteyince beyaz peruğunu çıkarıp pembesini taktı. Onu daha çok seviyormuş. 😊😊😊
My new friend, Shuan Wang. He lives in his car. During the day he makes music by tapping the tin in front. After we met, took off the white toupee and put on the pink toupee. He said that the pink is better. 😊😊😊
What do you see in this image?
While on my hike to the top of the mountain, I walked right past this fallen tree and paid it no mind at all. I was so focused on capturing the sunrise, I couldn't be bothered by the details around me.
On the way back down, I saw it. This "thing" had been lurking behind me the entire time. It was some kind of creature - a tormented soul, frozen in time, staring back at me. Do you see it?
Maybe it really was a creature, or maybe it was just a root bundle from a fallen tree and I have an overactive imagination. Regardless, I had missed it initially due to being hyperfocused on something else entirely.
Speaking of missing the details around you, my latest article addresses the importance of being aware of your surroundings to improve your photography. You don't want to miss the stunning light, interesting compositions, or tormented souls that are right behind you.
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'Views For days'
This is a panoramic shot consisting of 7 images; taken from approximately 7000ft up Mt Albert Edward 2 days into our 100km Hike. Views from start (Paradise Meadows) to finish (Mt Albert Edward) were truly breathtaking! More images to come soon... If my Hard drive can be fixed! ________________________________________________
The stunning views were soon followed by some pretty close calls on the mountain. At 8000ft we got lost and ended up on the edge of an icy and crumbling cliff face. Refusal to walk back hours in the opposite direction... We ventured on. Slipping and sliding with every step for what felt like an eternity we made it back to the trail. I had no boots left after an hour on the sharp rocks, It looked as if someone had taken a chainsaw to the soles... ________________________________________________
6 hours later we made it back to base camp. Where we cooled our feet in Circlet Lake and prepared for the 25km back to the start point... Where our van was waiting... With a flat battery!! 🤦
Our 2 weeks on Vancouver Island were truly Amazing. I've never seen a more beautiful country with so much to offer. Hiking, camping, sailing, kayaking and whale watching are just a handful of the amaizng things I did whilst there. To sum my trip up in one sentence... 'An experience I will never forget!'
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