Necelá půlka letních prázdnin za námi mimojiné znamená, že máš pořád ještě měsíc na to vyrazit za dobrodružstvím. 🚲 🚤 🚁
2 965 hours ago
We spend a lot of time waiting at 🛫 Airport's these days. Trying to pass the time before boarding is always a challenge.
How do you keep occupied while waiting for a ✈ flight? #frequenttraveller#flying
So the other night, @missjessbess and took off to the Grand Canyon in search of this viewpoint we had been obsessed w/ for some time. I didn’t know what it was called, so I pored over maps until I figured it out; we took off to pick up permits from the Navajo Office in Cameron, Az..
We walked into the offices at 3:45 pm, but I guess we were wrong and it was actually 4:45; the Navajo nation is on Mtn time. The gentleman opened the door for us and when we asked for a permit, he issued it as well as gave us a map with very difficult directions on how to access the edge of the canyon. we didn’t know that other than us, the canyon had been closed to visitors since May... (we found this out after the fact and even called the office to verify..)
We very happily took off to our destination and although made many stops along the way for photos, arrived to the edge of the canyon in plenty of time before the sun went down; we couldn’t see it because of storms but it hadn’t set yet.
We backed the Jeep up to the center edge of the canyon where we could sit in the back of the vehicle & still adjust our cameras.. we could see clouds rolling in but we’re hoping they would clear by the time the milkyway rose.. I let a timelapse run while I waited for the next few hours and we fell asleep in the back of the Jeep. About 330 am, Jess moved up to the front seat and I checked my shots for a slight glimpse of the MW... I got nothing good, but as blue hour arrived, so did clear skies! Jess joined me in this very short opp to shoot the Milky Way perfectly aligned almost west at the center of the canyon as the light was starting to brighten the sky. I LOVE how prominent Mars is on this image because of the clouds! Lower pano I shot at am Blue Hour.
I shot a 2 frame horizontal orientation vertical pano with 20 stacked images in each.
SKY: 20 images stacked
Foreground: 20 images stacked
@tokinausa 11-20 2.8 @ 16mm
Processed in LR & PS
134 370711 hours ago
"Two roads diverged in a wood and I - I took the one less traveled by, and that has made all the difference." - Robert Frost
A scenic 🛣️ road to cycle 🚲 don't you think?
This was part of our Halong Bay cruise ⛴️ tour of Cat Ba 🏝️ Island. And have to admit I was proud of myself and my new fitness 💪 levels for conquering this 🚲 activity. #DoWhatYouCant
Do you enjoy cycling 🚲 tours? Tell me ⬇️ below.
Such a unique and beautiful way to see the 🌏 world and stop at your own leisure to snap 📷 moments like this.
I spent I good 12 hours on the road today, but not to make distance... But to stop, take photos, breathe the fresh air and feel the streams of Iceland. In the end, I feel like I only spent a few hours out there. Maybe time doesn't work in Iceland, maybe it's like Narnia here? I would believe it if a local told me so. #iceland#travelphotography#solotravel#roadtrip
5 3412 hours ago
🍨😃'Great things are done when men and mountains meet.' William Blake
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Jimmy Arcade in Joshua Tree
REPOST: @jimmyarcade from facebook.com/groups/milkywaychasers chosen by @astrolandscapes
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From Jimmy about this image:
I had the great pleasure of chasing the Milky Way, in Joshua Tree National Park, this weekend. While the light pollution and cloud cover somewhat obscured the starry clusters, I was stoked with the resulting, unique lighting and the outcome of this vertorama. It was truly magical! ✨
My wife and I decided to do a little overnight trip together, primarily to satiate my appetite for some milk. Ha! 😉 Since our dog is just a little pup we recently rescued from the South Korean dog trade, we were concerned a hike might lead to predators snatching her. As such, my wife and our little fur baby waited patiently, as I then waited for the clouds to part and the lighting to improve.
The clouds covered the Milky Way for the majority of the night, but I was able to capture a decent portion of the MW when the clouds parted. I shot 3 horizontal photos and stitched them together in LR, to create a singular vertical image.
Since my window of time was so limited (given cloud cover and movement), I couldn't fire off enough shots to stack for noise reduction or focus stack. Here's to hoping for clear skies next time!🙂
Camera: Canon EOS 6D MK1
Lens: Canon EF 16-35mm f/2.8L II USM
Shutter Speed: 30 sec
Focal Length: 16mm