📍Bailong Elevator, China⠀
Would you use this elevator? 💭⠀
The Bailong Elevator is a glass elevator built onto the side of a huge cliff in the Wulingyuan area of Zhangjiajie, People's Republic of China that is 326 m (1,070 ft) high. It is claimed to be the highest and heaviest outdoor elevator in the world. Construction of the elevator began in October 1999, and it was opened to the public by 2002. The environmental effects of the elevator have been a subject of debate and controversy, as the Wulingyan area was designated a World Heritage Site in 2002.⠀ #thetraveldiscoverer ⠀
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📸 Photo made by @nk7
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Stunning sunset in the high 🏜️ Fun fact : Yucca brevifolia aka Joshua tree, supposedly so named because, upon seeing them, Mormon settlers were reminded of a biblical story of Joshua reaching his hands to the sky. Mojave desert, CA
At the bottom of New Zealand’s South Island is an area that is not only one of the rainiest in the country, but also in the world. The Milford Sound area is covered in rainforest, streams, waterfalls and mountains and it’s lush beauty is enhanced by the weather. A photographer’s paradise, we had a great time shooting there last Autumn with @phillipbartlettphoto. Equally proud and protective of his native country, contacting Phillip is a must for anyone wanting to get to know New Zealand from a highly experienced professional photographer’s perspective.
I hope this image captures something of the drama and magnificence of this stunning country.
14 63314 June, 2019
The number one question I get is:
What gear do you use?
So while packing the equipment for my Faroe Islands trip, I thought I would lay out everything I put into my bag on any given adventure photography trip. It’s basically always the same I bring, no matter if I am going to tropical Indonesia, Yosemite in winter or the wet Faroe Islands, where I am right now, so expect epic landscapes in a few days. I shoot Nikon now, but have used Canon gear earlier in my career, and I am in no way religious about brands, nor am I overly interested in camera gear in general. They are only tools for me.
In the photo:
∙ Nikon D850 full frame DSLR
∙ Nikon 16-35mm 4,0
∙ Sigma 24-105mm 4,0
∙ Nikon 70-200mm 2,8
∙ Nikon 2x tele converter
∙ Extra batteries for the camera
∙ DJI Mavic2 Pro
∙ Extra batteries for the drone
∙ DJI Smart Controller
∙ Polar Pro ND’s/Polarizing filters for the drone ∙ Canon G7X II
∙ Western Digital 4TB external storage ∙ Power-bank (don’t remember the brand)
∙ Pixel remote shutter release cable ∙ Benro FGP18C carbon fiber tripod with IB2 triple action ballhead ∙ Pig Iron LB-1 L-bracket
Not in the photo (but in my bag):
∙ F-Stop ‘Tilopa’ backpack w/ rain cover ∙ Apple MacBook Pro 15” laptop ∙ Hoya 10 stop ND-filter for my lenses
∙ Joby Gorillapod (for timelapses on the point and shoot)
∙ Car charger for the drone ∙ iPhone X for going live and stories ∙ Rode SmartLav+ lavalier mic w/ fur wind shield