I’ve been single for a year and a half. I’m very independent, but I’m starting to get lonely. I think it’s time. The thought of dating kind of humors me. I’m not sure I even know what fun is anymore. I’m so dedicated to becoming a multimillionaire and achieving my dreams, that I sometimes forget how to smile...
23 1594 hours ago
One more comp, although it’s similar, from Monday night’s trip to never-never land.
Does this make me Peter Pan or Twinkle Toes?
Probably just a crocodile... 😂
"Luminants 3" -- Marblehead Lighthouse, Marblehead OH (4/30/2018)
I was invited out for a night shoot by new friend and fantastic photographer @mattshifflerphoto . Normally, a bright full moon will keep this astrophotographer in his warm snug bed. But shooting star trails -- my first experience doing so -- was amazing and fun and it was a beautiful night to stand out under the stars, enjoying the gorgeous old lighthouse and some great conversation. I stupidly bumped the focus ring on my lens and took nearly three hours of BLURRY star trails. Grrrrr! Upon that discovery, I noted I had about half an hour before astronomical twilight began so this image is the product of that period. I would've preferred about three to four times as much time to get some serious rings around the North Star, but I'm still pretty happy with this first try. I'll definitely not let the full moon keep me indoors any more going forward! Tech: Nikon D810
Nikon 14-24 f/2.8 65 exposures at 24mm, f/4, 30 seconds, ISO 400 stacked in StarStax. Foreground 24mm, f/5.6, 2 minutes, ISO 200
📷 by @13rannon
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Headed out 30 mins south east of Spokane. Really interesting place with rolling hills and little ponds everywhere. The mosquitos are on another level there, bug spray is like BBQ sauce for them.
Sigma Art 35mm
8 shots @ f1.4 iso 4000
Edited is Lightroom & Pixinsight