I was just about to give up on this shot when a young girl ran in front of my lens making an average sunset shot in Maui much more magical.
The water is so calm in this secluded bay in Deep Cove North Saanich that it mirrors the sky quite beautifully. I also realized that I need a pair of waterproof boots because I keep setting up shots IN water. Wet feet on a cold night in Canada is no fun! :-/
It was snowing/sleeting quite heavily when I took this photo. I forgot to pack my lens hood on this trip, so I had to DIY one out of business cards and duct tape (never leave home without it!). Even with this extremely solid contraption I was still getting water drops all over my lens, so I had to continually go into coffee shops to wipe my lens off, resulting in an extreme caffeine overload :P I stood in this spot for about 30 minutes waiting for the right car to pass by… It’s definitely a waiting game to get great light trails.
The extreme storm over Manhattan on Sept 8th, 2012 which resulted in two tornados on the edge of NYC. There were, however, no reported sightings of zombies or Batman.
Magical Place… Daydreaming about traveling again. Where should I go next?
Apologies for my lack of posting for the past few months! During my Around the World with an iPhone trip, I diverted my attentions to my travel blog and posting photos on Facebook. Anyway, after much delay, I thought I would give some love back to this blog. Here are some bokeh beautiful macros to inspire you to get out and take some shots.