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  • Fiery sunset 🔥😍
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📍Los Angeles .
📸by @raw_visualz
  • Fiery sunset 🔥😍
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    📍Los Angeles .
    📸by @raw_visualz
  • 18,840 114 9 hours ago
  • 🇦🇺 Long Exposure Artist: @rowannicholson 🇦🇺 ➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖ 🦸 Selected by founder: @amsartawi ⁕⁕⁕⁕⁕⁕⁕⁕⁕⁕⁕⁕⁕⁕⁕⁕⁕⁕⁕⁕⁕⁕⁕⁕⁕⁕⁕⁕⁕⁕⁕⁕⁕⁕ 👉 Follow @australialongexposure for more awesome long exposure shots 👉 Check our friends @SurvivalFreaks ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ Please follow @amsartawi & tag 🏷 #australialongexposure on your long exposure shots from downunder for more chances to be featured ➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖ 👁️ Turn Post Notification on 💚 Follow, like and comment 💏 Like and tag your friends, sharing is caring ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ Make sure to follow ✅ @rowannicholson for more amazing photos from down under
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  • Colors of Amsterdam 🤗
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📍Amsterdam, Netherlands .
📸by @kardinalmelon
  • Colors of Amsterdam 🤗
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    📍Amsterdam, Netherlands .
    📸by @kardinalmelon
  • 13,303 101 20 March, 2019
  • Can you guess the location📍!?🤔
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📸by @golden_heart
  • Can you guess the location📍!?🤔
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    📸by @golden_heart
  • 10,427 184 21 March, 2019
  • "The Falling Gods" | Godafoss, Iceland | 
This is the almighty waterfall where the Pagan Gods were discarded and abandoned, yet forever remembered as one of the foundations of the Icelandic collective unconscious. .

This photo was made on the third day of my first Iceland trip in 2014. After a second day with endless hours of driving, which ended with a photo session of the Hvitserkur rock formation, I decided to head to Godafoss during the night, so that I could have enough time to photograph it the next day and, hopefully, still be able to photograph Dettifoss. .

This image was made on the less touristy side of the waterfall, and it was one the most technically difficult places to photograph I've ever been to. The massive amount of water spray created by the multiple waterfalls made it feel like if it was heavily raining on that area. I had many microfiber large lens cleaning cloths with me, but all of them got quickly soaked. The only way to make a decent sharp photo on this place involves composing the image and always cleaning the filters between each capture. I used a 15 second exposure (instead of the usual 30), because the results were similar to a longer exposure (due to the quick movement of the water), and this allowed me to minimize the exposure to the water spray. .

This was the my first time in front of one of the giant Icelandic waterfalls. To be in front of one of these "monuments" is an absolutely unforgettable experience, putting our place on Earth in perspective, a well as the forces which animate the power of Nature. A lesson of humility and sensory overload.

Technical data: Sony a77 + Sigma 10-20mm | Exposure: 15 seconds | Aperture: f/14 | ISO: 100 | 7 stops full ND, 4 stops soft Grad | Tripod
  • "The Falling Gods" | Godafoss, Iceland |
    This is the almighty waterfall where the Pagan Gods were discarded and abandoned, yet forever remembered as one of the foundations of the Icelandic collective unconscious. .

    This photo was made on the third day of my first Iceland trip in 2014. After a second day with endless hours of driving, which ended with a photo session of the Hvitserkur rock formation, I decided to head to Godafoss during the night, so that I could have enough time to photograph it the next day and, hopefully, still be able to photograph Dettifoss. .

    This image was made on the less touristy side of the waterfall, and it was one the most technically difficult places to photograph I've ever been to. The massive amount of water spray created by the multiple waterfalls made it feel like if it was heavily raining on that area. I had many microfiber large lens cleaning cloths with me, but all of them got quickly soaked. The only way to make a decent sharp photo on this place involves composing the image and always cleaning the filters between each capture. I used a 15 second exposure (instead of the usual 30), because the results were similar to a longer exposure (due to the quick movement of the water), and this allowed me to minimize the exposure to the water spray. .

    This was the my first time in front of one of the giant Icelandic waterfalls. To be in front of one of these "monuments" is an absolutely unforgettable experience, putting our place on Earth in perspective, a well as the forces which animate the power of Nature. A lesson of humility and sensory overload.

    Technical data: Sony a77 + Sigma 10-20mm | Exposure: 15 seconds | Aperture: f/14 | ISO: 100 | 7 stops full ND, 4 stops soft Grad | Tripod
  • 3,302 59 7 hours ago
  • "Altar of the Seas" | This is Capela do Senhor da Pedra near Porto (Portugal), set in a truly remarkable place, where Men has worshiped deities over the millennia, from Pagan Gods to Christian symbols, asking for protection and inspiration. With so much natural destruction going on our planet, it makes sense to reflect on the delicate and sometimes overwhelming relationship between Men and Nature. The active conscience that one lives in a fully dynamic, unpredictable and ever changing ecosystem, channels our inner strength towards the notion that every single element on Earth depends on everything else which lies around.

Altars, prayers, sacrifices, thoughts, reflections and gestures can and should be part of our sacred relationship with Nature, as long as it's done with the conscience that Nature doesn't exist to serve and protect us, but rather to accommodate our existence in a mutual exchange that should be filled with respect and reverence... Technical info: Sony a7R + Sony 10-18mm f4 | Aperture: f9 | Exposure: 1/6 seconds | ISO: 200 | 4 stops soft ND Grad (Nisi), 4 stops full ND (Nisi) | FLM Tripod
  • "Altar of the Seas" | This is Capela do Senhor da Pedra near Porto (Portugal), set in a truly remarkable place, where Men has worshiped deities over the millennia, from Pagan Gods to Christian symbols, asking for protection and inspiration. With so much natural destruction going on our planet, it makes sense to reflect on the delicate and sometimes overwhelming relationship between Men and Nature. The active conscience that one lives in a fully dynamic, unpredictable and ever changing ecosystem, channels our inner strength towards the notion that every single element on Earth depends on everything else which lies around.

    Altars, prayers, sacrifices, thoughts, reflections and gestures can and should be part of our sacred relationship with Nature, as long as it's done with the conscience that Nature doesn't exist to serve and protect us, but rather to accommodate our existence in a mutual exchange that should be filled with respect and reverence... Technical info: Sony a7R + Sony 10-18mm f4 | Aperture: f9 | Exposure: 1/6 seconds | ISO: 200 | 4 stops soft ND Grad (Nisi), 4 stops full ND (Nisi) | FLM Tripod
  • 8,917 150 20 March, 2019

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  • Agnieszka Mrowka in Iceland
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REPOST: @agnieszkamrowka.photography chosen by @tracyleephotos
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From * about this image: “Persistence”

After 3 nights - again - I got the circles.  Just like 2 years ago I saw one above Kirkjufell. 
It was an extremely windy evening. I was trying to shoot sunset with no luck. Basically I was not able to hold my camera. Wind picked up so hard that I fell in the snow, and since the snow was very deep I disappeared :)
Then I stand up, look behind and my backpack cover was flying away already so far away. I lost sign of it in less than a second as it seemed to travel extreme distance in no time. 
The night came and I decided to try for northern lights hoping there will be a moment when it is possible to take a shot between crazy winds. It was an early night and there was nobody around the waterfall or the whole area. I think people fleeted because of the storm. I walked and suddenly my way was brighten up by the divine lights all over the sky !!! Right then I made it near the edge of the waterfall and literally lay down on the ground holding my tripod with both hands. Minutes after, this happened ... I must have been screaming and holding my breath in amazement and effort since I suddenly felt dizzy and needed to take a big breath. Then a strong hail started to fall from the sky! the moon shined too and there was a rainbow.. oh ... what a night .. Some time passed, I stood up and started to walk away while I got this feeling of gratitude, an overwhelming gratitude..
I knew my mission was complete. 
When I think back to this experience now It felt truly magical. The struggle, the effort, the fight, the timing. Like I was following some invisible force which led me into this unconsciously. Made me fight for it with all the energy I had. And then showed me the treasure
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Sony A7riii and Sony GM f2.8 16-35. 
ISO 1600, F/3.5,
  • Agnieszka Mrowka in Iceland
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    REPOST: @agnieszkamrowka.photography chosen by @tracyleephotos
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    Night Sky Chasers Admin: @tracyleephotos
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    #nightskychasers to be featured or post on Fb.com/groups/nightskychasers. Tag a friend who might enjoy this Night Sky image and journey!
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    From * about this image: “Persistence”

    After 3 nights - again - I got the circles. Just like 2 years ago I saw one above Kirkjufell.
    It was an extremely windy evening. I was trying to shoot sunset with no luck. Basically I was not able to hold my camera. Wind picked up so hard that I fell in the snow, and since the snow was very deep I disappeared :)
    Then I stand up, look behind and my backpack cover was flying away already so far away. I lost sign of it in less than a second as it seemed to travel extreme distance in no time.
    The night came and I decided to try for northern lights hoping there will be a moment when it is possible to take a shot between crazy winds. It was an early night and there was nobody around the waterfall or the whole area. I think people fleeted because of the storm. I walked and suddenly my way was brighten up by the divine lights all over the sky !!! Right then I made it near the edge of the waterfall and literally lay down on the ground holding my tripod with both hands. Minutes after, this happened ... I must have been screaming and holding my breath in amazement and effort since I suddenly felt dizzy and needed to take a big breath. Then a strong hail started to fall from the sky! the moon shined too and there was a rainbow.. oh ... what a night .. Some time passed, I stood up and started to walk away while I got this feeling of gratitude, an overwhelming gratitude..
    I knew my mission was complete.
    When I think back to this experience now It felt truly magical. The struggle, the effort, the fight, the timing. Like I was following some invisible force which led me into this unconsciously. Made me fight for it with all the energy I had. And then showed me the treasure
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    Sony A7riii and Sony GM f2.8 16-35.
    ISO 1600, F/3.5,
  • 157 5 4 hours ago
  • I'm also going to post my artwork on here if that is okay! 😊
  • I'm also going to post my artwork on here if that is okay! 😊
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  • One day you’ll realize that nothing really mattered except for what you prepare for your afterlife..
  • One day you’ll realize that nothing really mattered except for what you prepare for your afterlife..
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