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I decided to print my picture onto an aluminum dibond panel in the size 40x60 and attach a railing system to later put it on my wall. The ordering process was really easy and intuitive. I was kind of afraid that the print is going to be darker than on my screen and that the colors won’t turn out as I wanted them. Both things didn’t happen but I also slightly changed to brighter exposure for my final print picture in order to prevent it from turning out darker than I want it. It came in a great packaging and I’ve been really happy with the result. It really is a whole different thing to see you pictures printed out large on high quality materials. Won’t be my last print. @saal_digital
Layers of snow on the roof. Surrounded by wildlife and ice glaced trees. Fresh and dry chopped wood in the back. The smell of extinguished fire in the air. A tiny cabin. But a big room for happiness to emerge. #whpinspiredby
Another picture from the sand dunes a while back. These dunes were actually frozen, and frost covered the sides facing away from the sun. There had apparently been quite a bit of wind recently; because, the grass had formed these interesting circles around themselves in the sand and frost. Swipe for a panoramic version and the full photo.
🌌 Endless nights…
Deep in French Polynesia, the night sky is remarkable—a sight that defies your eyes. I hadn’t seen the Milky Way since days the Brazilian Pantanal during childhood. Years in New York, I feared, had dulled my eyes permanently. On this night, I was fortunate enough to realize those fears were overblown. My luck extended to my ability to spend my honeymoon here, enjoying 10 days in Bora Bora, trying to grip the reality of my surroundings. It is amazing (and disappointing) to know that you adapt to whatever setting you stay long enough in. Even in a location like this, after 4-5 days, you are comfortable spending the day inside your bungalow. After all, you’ve spent countless hours staring out at Mt. Otemanu on the main island of Vaitape. But photography is a saving grace. Your desire for the perfect image leads you to take a much, much deeper look at the landscape around you—something you likely would forego if you only took in the sights with your eyes.
Some of you may notice that this a re-edit of a photo I took a while back, and you’d be correct. However, sometimes you are simply so excited about an image that you hastily share it, hoping to bring this stunning location to the eyes of many others. I succumbed to this influence, not properly taking my time and looking at it with fresh eyes over and over again. And yet, the thing about photography is that I likely will look back on this in another six months, disappointed with the mistakes I made that I today I cannot yet see. However, this is a sight that I refuse to not explore to the best of my ability. I hope you enjoy.
Do you know these people who are sooo passionated for that one little big thing. That people are inspiring me a lot and I want to tell you some storys about some different people. Sone of these inspiring passion people. They are making me happy and I am sooo proud to have a lot of them in my neighbourhood.
So lets begin with @ben.fleischer_01
He is a plant passionate. Really like his style of conversation. He could speak hours and hours about his plants. And NO. It is not boring. He is telling storys in a way that excites everyone for plants! Unbeleavable! Ben, you are going the right way!
Pic by @lightdependence
Do you wanna build a snowman?!
Interrupting this feed to bring you some cah-yute-ness!! This little boy. When he's good, he's great! When he's cranky, I wanna crawl into a black hole until he tells me I'm the most prettiest lady he knows. Just keepin it real here. It's not always cute like this, but I'd say about 90% of the time it actually is.
We had tons of fun playing in the snow and building ourselves our very own little Olaf. The weather says there'll be more snow coming our way, and we are so ready for it. I promised a cave, an igloo, another snowman, and god knows what else. I'll take all that and a nice cold beer on the side. So who's ready for the weekend?
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Ça fait super longtemps que je suis pas retourné là bas 😭 miss this place !!!
Was going to write a good caption but got sidetrack(ed)..........
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just another sunset.
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Thermal inversions, if they weren't so dam cold they would be my favorite winter thing.
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This clay castle was definitely the most beautiful spot we've seen in the past year!😍 Even its name - The Valley of the Fairies in English - is so inspired, because it had such a magic atmosphere! I have A LOT more photos to share with you from this gorgeous place, but I thought I'd start with this fairy tale door! How perfect is this? The gift shop lady even mentioned that fairies visit them often, which I thought was such a cool touch to the whole experience!💖We need to come back here with a drone @catalin_goleanu!
Street Photographer's Daily Life Vol.4
There's no limit for you to create things, isn't matter if it's real or not, the main point is those stories that you wanna share, try not to constrain yourself, your own style.
Moody days in Monschau. Definitely feeling cozy vibes between half-timbered houses in western Germany.
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Don't be jealous of the other successful people, everyone live in their own time zone, "true gold fears no fire", you just need to keep moving forward, compete with yourself, not the others.
Keep writing my own script...
Slowly but surely.
It's really interesting for me to look back and see my own work, those shots are not good at all haha, but one thing that never change is "passion".
Here's the tip I wanna share with you, if you notice that your work in the past aren't good, which means you're getting much more better now!
This is actually the reason that I don't delete them, I can use them to keep observing myself and keep getting better.