Nature and Landscapes
Urban and City
Yoga is a thing that you can apparently do anywhere. Sasha here proves this concept - and just for the record, there is a good drop at the other side of that ledge! Well, ok - there is maybe a 2m drop or so, so it is not like she is hanging on the side of a cliff, but still... I would not do it haha. In any case, with the Irish background that presented itself, it made for a quite artistic shot. I am not sure right now what the place was called again... I hope I remember sometime.
Imagine this - you are getting ready for some night photography. You pick a late time, grab the car and go to a location that is usually always empty! You set up your stuff, hit the shutter release and wait patiently for something like 25 seconds. And in this moment (!) a lonely car drives by :D
In this case, it was not actually so bad as the image turned out rather cool! Together with the mountains in the back as well as the nice cloud cover I am kinda glad I was interrupted, hehe.
Autumn - one of the greatest times to own a camera. It is not just about the new places that you can visit to get some awesome colours in the vegetation, but you also have the chance to revisit places you have been to a hundred times to see them in a different light.
This place is called Glendalough (Ireland) and I have been here so so many times! But - never when the trees changed colours. In fact, when I arrived I barely recognised the place! The weather was dull, light rain in the air and just a few people (usually you have a bazillion tourists there) but nevertheless some great colours in the trees that cover the mountains around the valley. The only downside was that I had to clean my lens every 1.5 min to remove little drops, and changing the lens was not the greatest idea I had... This was the day before storm Ophelia hit Ireland, which explains the calm water.