First I tried going up to Three Kings Chapel to get a clear picture of the full moon because there’s lesser light pollution up there. Big mistake! Rode all the way up the hill along the pitch black desolated road and pissed my pants when I reached the big gate blocking the road. It’s so scary up there at night especially knowing well that the place is haunted. Rode back down the road at full throttle while praying the whole way. Decided to look for an alternate spot to get a picture of the full moon and I got this without a tripod. Used my Enfield as a tripod instead while holding the camera steady. Zoom in and you can see several stars and even a constellation or two #moon#fullmoon#longexposure#photography#amateur#thegoadiaries#goa
Wet & Wild & Dark drive home last night.
What is it the kids are saying? "Felt Cute did a ................ nightlapse" or something like that.
Two pretty impressive things happened last night.
1) the rain was so full on that the GoPro was so soaked the lens kinda came good again. Kinda.
2) on nightlapse setting the GoPro lasted on 7% from start point of Pont Abraham Services to home. About 90minutes.
Well it pretty impressed me if not you. #timelapse#longexposure#drivehome#moist#m4motorway
I know I have been taking (perhaps too many) photos of this lovely pier during the last few days.
But it's just too good to be missed.
Anyway, wanted to share the sights that I like seeing in the morning during my commute to work. Everytime that I have a chance (and the weather allows me), stopping from the daily rush, to see and enjoy a few true moments of myself with the nature.
Kindly suggesting you all to stop for a moment. To pause the rush of the day and just enjoy of the beauty of planet Earth.
Uma cena que me agradou muito pela combinação de vários elementos interessantes. O poste e seus fios criando linhas dentro do quadro; os planetas brilhando intensamente; a silhueta dos três picos no plano de fundo e uma infinidade de estrelas.
Uma sorte grande encontrar tanta coisa linda pra colocar em um quadro só!