Now these old greaseballs might not look like it but they’re the guys that control Vancouver. they’re the guys that control the Teamsters union and nobody got a loan without approval from the Teamsters union. Specially guys like Remo Gatzii the outfits top boss. Ha ha can you tell I’m watching Casino. 💰🔫💎
“Apabila dalam diri seseorang masih ada rasa malu dan takut untuk berbuat suatu kebaikan, maka jaminan bagi orang tersebut adalah tidak akan bertemunya ia dengan kemajuan selangkah pun” - Presiden pertama Republik Indonesia, Ir. Soekarno
Fri, Aug 17th 2018
“On my last night exploring Mount Rainier I met up with a few friends and shot one of my favorite areas for sunset. While I took alot of shots from this spot, I thought the fog that had rolled combined with the ripple in the lake that lined up perfectly with the mountain was my favorite.”
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A very cool looking statue depicting King Arthur. The Gallos statue is a bronze sculpture representing King Arthur and it is located on the grounds of Tintagel Castle in Cornwall, England. The statue itself was erected in 2016 but the iconic castle has links to the legend of King Arthur that stretches back to 1,500 years ago.
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I'm finally back in the Bay Area after being on the road for nearly a month. I met so many awesome people and had some pretty unforgettable experiences on my journeys. My final destination was Sequoia National Park where I visited some friends from a camp I taught photography at last year. The camp is conveniently located only 3 miles away from a gorgeous 8,100ft mountain peak with an incredible view of Sequoia and King's Canyon national parks. I made frequent trips up to the peak to scout compositions for the Perseids Meteor Shower. During one visit, the smoke from nearby wildfires was so intense that it blanketed the surrounding central valley cities such as Fresno and almost completely blocked out their light pollution. It was the clearest I had ever seen the milky way from that part of California, so I spent the night up there capturing it. A few nights later I captured the meteor shower from the same spot. Since the Perseids peaked late in the night, I couldn't capture the Milky Way facing in this direction. I made the difficult decision to layer the meteor photos over the milky way shot I captured earlier in the week. I tried to do as little alteration to the position and size of the meteors as possible to preserve realism. Regardless of whether this photo should be classified as true photography or digital art, I had a lovely time hanging out with friends under the stars and this picture is a reflection of my fond memories of that experience. Would love to hear your thoughts on the classification of photography and digital art.
Settings ⚙️ | f/2.8 | 20 seconds | ISO 8000
Gear 📷 | Sony A7iii | Zeiss Loxia 21mm f/2.8 | Feisol CT-3401 Carbon Fiber Tripod | RRS BH-40 Ballhead