Ever since I picked up a camera, jetties and boardwalks always captured my eye. Whether it was colours and textures of the old weathered wood, or just the way your eye follows the jetty to the very end. Either way I still enjoy shooting them, and this unique group of jetties was a joy to climb around last night.
Check out my story for a birds eye view of this image.
Previous to this trip I had been to Lewis Pass numerous times. However it was always just that pain of a drive to Picton while Kaikoura was closed. This was my first time have a little bit of an explore in the area and it’s fair to say I will be back. It has a very distinct look that I don’t think I could really give it justice on a camera. There is an interesting walk from Lewis Pass through to Nelson Lakes that I’d like to do sometime over summer. If anyone else is up for it get in contact! (It is about 52km)
Today is your day. Your mountain is waiting...
The weather is nasty these days, and my adventurous spirit is outnumbered by my desire to not be blown off the side of a mountain! Counting down the days till I’m out there again🏃♀️
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Savouring a few minutes of freedom and solitude //
I practiced 3 months as a beginner on how to shoot the Northern Lights and was lucky to finally get this shot 2 weeks before I left. Go visit Tromsø!
Shot with Nikon D3100 + Tamron 17-50 at 17mm, f/2.8, 8 seconds, ISO 800 in December 2012.
#Ad I honestly love to shoot in the rain. There’s something so magical about the atmosphere it creates in a final image. The rain definitely presents a challenge though. I constantly need to dry my lens and it becomes significantly more difficult to use my rear display to check my shots. I have overcome this with the help of my @Sandisk SD cards, which have fast write speeds, allowing me to quickly capture a variety of perspectives without having to worry about my camera buffering. This ability has helped me not miss any shots that I want while out shooting in these conditions #SanDiskAmbassador