The Northern Lights are one of my favourite things to photograph even more so than the Milky Way. This shot was a 1 second exposure, because any longer the lights would be blown out or they would lose the detail in their shape. Every second while watching these Auroras dance you see a unique formation. You can can choose the same foreground and have a completely different photo each shot, whereas the Milky Way you need to relocate. I use one tea light candle to light up the igloo to have a nice warm glow to contrast the cool northern lights colours. I tend to choose a cooler white balance when shooting as anything else produces too warm of a green that is not representational of what your eye sees. The one thing though is that I reduced saturation on these shots believe it or not! The Auroras at @blachford_ll are this intense and you can see the green reflecting on the snow 🙌🏼 @spectacularnwt@explorecanada#spectacularnwt#explorecanada
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Wonderful #winter scene at the outskirts of #Suceava, Romania. In the foreground is the Saint Catherine wooden #church.
Captured with #Nikon#D90 & AF-s 18-105mm VR. Edited from raw with Lightroom.
I guess when you think about New York, you think at this beautiful skyline 🌃 :::::
Tag someone you’d like to visit this beautiful city with ❤️
More about my adventures you will find on my travel blog! Have a look at it and let me know what you think 😘 link in the bio
‘I wonder how many people would have fallen in love if they had only spoken to each other. Strangers sitting next to each other on an airplane at night, watching the world grow smaller beneath them. Or in a tiny bookstore filled with old stories, their pages yellowed and dusty with age. Or sitting next to each other at a concert, both wanting to linger in the same note of a song that they think contains a universe. How many strangers have shared lovely, beautiful moments together? How many people would have found the love of their life if they had decided to say something?’
morning walks along durdle door beach - can’t wait for spring now.
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Передам привет Москве и пожелаю еще немного пушистого снега ❄️❄️❄️, ну а потом брать курс на весну 🌸
Какие же чудесные ярмарки на Красной Площади и как нереально красиво украшен город ❤️😍 Это же настоящая сказка!!! Не верите? Спросите тех, кто живет в Москве, любит этот город, но также часто путешествует и может сравнить другие города и страны с Москвой 😇
Уже больше года читаю волшебный профиль Вишенки @vi66nya , а подписалась как раз прошлой зимой 😍 Вы только посмотрите какая красота 😊👌🏻 Уютные фотографии, интересные рассказы и множество разнообразных туров по нашей волшебной планете 🌍 Один Байкал чего стоит 🙈 Ох, как везде успеть? 😀 Но с планами на конец декабря этого года я точно определилась 😅✈️
А в каком городе вы больше всего чувствовали новогоднюю атмосферу и приближающийся праздник? 😇🎄🎅🏻
The Plaza was opened in 1907 when the first guest, Alfred Gwynne Vanderbilt, was signed in by a grand welcoming committee. F. Scott Fitzgerald, who lived there with his wife, Zelda, in the 1920s, was advised by Ernest Hemingway to give his liver to Princeton and his heart to the Plaza. Fitzgerald set some scenes in the Great Gatsby at the hotel.
Frank Lloyd Wright designed the Guggenheim Museum while living in suite 223 at the Plaza in the 1950s, the Beatles stayed there on their first visit to America in 1964, and Truman Capote gave his legendary Black and White Ball at the Plaza in 1966.
Kay Thompson lived at the hotel while writing Eloise, her classic children’s tale published in 1955 about a little girl who lives on the top floor of the Plaza.