Nature and Landscapes
Urban and City
Today it is time for me to look back to a time when I went to Utah to have a go on all the national parks that are so nicely aligned there, haha. Well, looking back is simple as it just happened 5 months ago, but you know how things slip your mind. Anyhoosle, this image had been taken on the way to the arches national park on a seemingly random stop on the site of the road. I find the vista incredible, just nothing other than rock and bush as far as one can see. This is so different from what I know from Ireland, where you also have wide vistas but mountains are something that is not too common here.
Read more about this image over at http://letsimage.com/2017/04/edit-landscape-images-in-photoshop-utah-vista-photoshop-tutorial.html
New York is great for photography for several reasons, one of which is the absolut fantastic views over the skylines. When I took this picture, I was pleasantly surprised by a more and more colourful susnet - to the point, that the sky would become more purple with every passing minute. This image here is the peak - as purple as it gets. Together with the reflections in the water and the great skyline, an unforgettable evening.
This is the very top of the roughly 1000 stairs leading to Yamadera temple. I would love to pretend that getting there was no problem at all, but lets just say I had to sit down for a minute or 10.
Anyway, the reward was absolutely amazing - this super old wooden viewpoint was full of little stickers with prayers and offered a great view onto the surrounding mountains.