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  • Absolutely jaw dropping views on the way up to Palomani pass. (5200m) 🏔
Tag the person with whom you want to explore the area 🏞🙌🏻😍
Photo by: @thismattexists 
#earthhotspots
  • Absolutely jaw dropping views on the way up to Palomani pass. (5200m) 🏔
    Tag the person with whom you want to explore the area 🏞🙌🏻😍
    Photo by: @thismattexists
    #earthhotspots
  • 2,122 49 9 hours ago
  • “The Snow Disco”
At the end of March last year I had the pleasure of meeting @chasing.luminance We picked this location because I told Alex that I needed a snowy Rocky Mountain composition for a project. I drove up from Denver and to my dismay it was very cloudy out. Even when I arrived it was cloudy. I could not see the mountains in the gulch. I was stressing but I arrived about an hour early because I wanted to see if I could set up and shoot andromeda. I decided to climb in the back of my car and nap for an hour and hoped the clouds would clear as I woke. I woke up to Alex’s lights shining in my car and the clouds were dissipating, I was very excited. As we hiked in, I noticed that my light was shimmering and it made a strange disco ball like effect. We figured out once the sun was rising that it was literally the moisture freezing mid air. It was quite a wild experience and the 6 degree weather did not stop us. It was such an awesome shoot and I can’t wait to take our class to this spot this year! To see the uncropped version check my story! Tell me what you think in the comments.👇
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Our workshops are available! Click the link in my bio if you want to join us on a workshop in 2020 and learn how to create an image like this! I have teamed up with @chasing.luminance again this year and we are offering a beginner, advance, and a tracker based workshop! We are doing it a bit different than most. Our students should be about the same level of experienced for each workshop! We are also offering 10% off to return students, so if you sign up for the beginner and the advance you get 10% off the advance! This applies to our previous students from last year as well. =>=<=>=<=<=>=>>>>=>=<===<>>>
> @nikonusa
> @manfrottoimaginemore tripod
> @fstopgear backpack
> Edited in @lightroom and @photoshop
=>==<=<=<=>==>>=<==<=<=>== #nakedplanet #amongthewild #optoutside #coloradolive #outtherecolorado  #nights_dreamworld #discoverearth #coloradotography #moodygrams #natgeospace #earth_shotz #nightscaper #nightsky #nightscape #universetoday #milkyway #longexposureoftheday #longexpo #astrophotography #amazing_longexpo #longexposure_shots #longexpoelite #nightphotography #longexp
  • “The Snow Disco”
    At the end of March last year I had the pleasure of meeting @chasing.luminance We picked this location because I told Alex that I needed a snowy Rocky Mountain composition for a project. I drove up from Denver and to my dismay it was very cloudy out. Even when I arrived it was cloudy. I could not see the mountains in the gulch. I was stressing but I arrived about an hour early because I wanted to see if I could set up and shoot andromeda. I decided to climb in the back of my car and nap for an hour and hoped the clouds would clear as I woke. I woke up to Alex’s lights shining in my car and the clouds were dissipating, I was very excited. As we hiked in, I noticed that my light was shimmering and it made a strange disco ball like effect. We figured out once the sun was rising that it was literally the moisture freezing mid air. It was quite a wild experience and the 6 degree weather did not stop us. It was such an awesome shoot and I can’t wait to take our class to this spot this year! To see the uncropped version check my story! Tell me what you think in the comments.👇
    -
    Our workshops are available! Click the link in my bio if you want to join us on a workshop in 2020 and learn how to create an image like this! I have teamed up with @chasing.luminance again this year and we are offering a beginner, advance, and a tracker based workshop! We are doing it a bit different than most. Our students should be about the same level of experienced for each workshop! We are also offering 10% off to return students, so if you sign up for the beginner and the advance you get 10% off the advance! This applies to our previous students from last year as well. =>=<=>=<=<=>=>>>>=>=<===<>>>
    > @nikonusa
    > @manfrottoimaginemore tripod
    > @fstopgear backpack
    > Edited in @lightroom and @photoshop
    =>==<=<=<=>==>>=<==<=<=>== #nakedplanet #amongthewild #optoutside #coloradolive #outtherecolorado #nights_dreamworld #discoverearth #coloradotography #moodygrams #natgeospace #earth_shotz #nightscaper #nightsky #nightscape #universetoday #milkyway #longexposureoftheday #longexpo #astrophotography #amazing_longexpo #longexposure_shots #longexpoelite #nightphotography #longexp
  • 2,895 100 21 hours ago
  • “Menos mares por tus ojos y más ríos entre tus piernas” ✨
  • “Menos mares por tus ojos y más ríos entre tus piernas” ✨
  • 2,163 15 10 hours ago
  • @shaazjung An eerie glow of first light hangs between the trees, silhouettes of branches dance without their leaves, wicked is the wind that waltzes thick as thieves, frigid is the mist for in it something breathes. .
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This image does absolutely no justice to what we had witnessed that morning. We drove out at first light and watched darkness lift to reveal nothing but ambiguous shapes in the thick mist. We parked ourselves under the old Banyan, where he was seen the day before. The silence was deafening and dawn was like the dead of night. No songbirds sang, no crickets hummed yet there was an eerie sensation of being watched. Spending years on the same track, tracking the same animals, strengthens your intuition and within minutes a ghostly figure slowly took shape on the road ahead. It drifted by us in absolute silence and was by far my most chilling experience with the black panther. .
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View my story for the BTS video. At this point, the light was far better but the image above was shot in extremely low light. I’ve played around with it in post to revive some light but kept it dark to try and retain some of it’s original vibe. .
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Caption & photo by @shaazjung | #Discoverwildlife
  • @shaazjung An eerie glow of first light hangs between the trees, silhouettes of branches dance without their leaves, wicked is the wind that waltzes thick as thieves, frigid is the mist for in it something breathes. .
    .
    This image does absolutely no justice to what we had witnessed that morning. We drove out at first light and watched darkness lift to reveal nothing but ambiguous shapes in the thick mist. We parked ourselves under the old Banyan, where he was seen the day before. The silence was deafening and dawn was like the dead of night. No songbirds sang, no crickets hummed yet there was an eerie sensation of being watched. Spending years on the same track, tracking the same animals, strengthens your intuition and within minutes a ghostly figure slowly took shape on the road ahead. It drifted by us in absolute silence and was by far my most chilling experience with the black panther. .
    .
    View my story for the BTS video. At this point, the light was far better but the image above was shot in extremely low light. I’ve played around with it in post to revive some light but kept it dark to try and retain some of it’s original vibe. .
    .
    Caption & photo by @shaazjung | #Discoverwildlife
  • 11,339 37 8 hours ago
  • A little treehouse inspiration 🏚🌲
Photo by: @lorefave 
Would you stay here? 💚
  • A little treehouse inspiration 🏚🌲
    Photo by: @lorefave
    Would you stay here? 💚
  • 6,960 70 20 January, 2020
  • 📷 @takemyhearteverywhere
📍 #Roma
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Il Pantheon è uno dei simboli storici più belli di Roma, forse quello che racconta meglio la storia di una civiltà indiscussa e intramontabile. La cupola, in particolare, è il punto fondamentale dell’intero edifico.

Il buco, definito anche occhio, ha una larghezza di 9 metri per diametro ed è circondato da una cornice in bronzo con dei tegoloni, che si protendono fino all’interno. Il buco del Pantheon è il foro che da luce alla torre. La luce del sole, infatti, passando dall’occhio è in grado di illuminare le pareti, ricreando uno spazio illuminato, lungo la base davvero sorprendente.
Il Pantheon è dotato di un buco nella sommità della cupola, per varie ragione tecniche e religiose. Innanzitutto, il peso sopportato dalla cupola è davvero impressionante e per sostenere tale carico, fu necessario utilizzare molto calcestruzzo. Man mano che ci si avvicinava alla sommità era necessario però alleggerire il peso, quindi furono utilizzati materiali via via più leggeri.

Molti si chiedono se da questo foro entri dell’acqua quando piove e come bisogna comportarsi in tale eventualità. La risposta è no: l’acqua non entra grazie all’architettura della cupola, che garantisce la discesa della pioggia lungo le curve laterali della cupola semisferica. In più il calore originato dall’interno tende ad andare verso l’alto e questa corrente generata non permette alla pioggia di entrare.
All’interno del Pantheon non piove grazie all’effetto camino, conosciuto anche agli antichi romani, che come pochi sapranno già conoscevano molte regole, note solo grazie alla fisica moderna. Un tempo, le candele che venivano accese nei luoghi di culto erano davvero tante, così tante da creare un’atmosfera piuttosto calda e soffocante. Questo generava una corrente di aria calda, che naturalmente, tendeva verso il soffitto.
In caso di pioggia, quindi, la corrente calda si scontra con l’acqua e la nebulizzava, annullandone l’entrata. Oggi quando all’interno del Pantheon c’è molto calore, magari scaturito dalla presenza di troppe persone, si ripete il medesimo effetto camino.
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  • 📷 @takemyhearteverywhere
    📍 #Roma

    Il Pantheon è uno dei simboli storici più belli di Roma, forse quello che racconta meglio la storia di una civiltà indiscussa e intramontabile. La cupola, in particolare, è il punto fondamentale dell’intero edifico.

    Il buco, definito anche occhio, ha una larghezza di 9 metri per diametro ed è circondato da una cornice in bronzo con dei tegoloni, che si protendono fino all’interno. Il buco del Pantheon è il foro che da luce alla torre. La luce del sole, infatti, passando dall’occhio è in grado di illuminare le pareti, ricreando uno spazio illuminato, lungo la base davvero sorprendente.
    Il Pantheon è dotato di un buco nella sommità della cupola, per varie ragione tecniche e religiose. Innanzitutto, il peso sopportato dalla cupola è davvero impressionante e per sostenere tale carico, fu necessario utilizzare molto calcestruzzo. Man mano che ci si avvicinava alla sommità era necessario però alleggerire il peso, quindi furono utilizzati materiali via via più leggeri.

    Molti si chiedono se da questo foro entri dell’acqua quando piove e come bisogna comportarsi in tale eventualità. La risposta è no: l’acqua non entra grazie all’architettura della cupola, che garantisce la discesa della pioggia lungo le curve laterali della cupola semisferica. In più il calore originato dall’interno tende ad andare verso l’alto e questa corrente generata non permette alla pioggia di entrare.
    All’interno del Pantheon non piove grazie all’effetto camino, conosciuto anche agli antichi romani, che come pochi sapranno già conoscevano molte regole, note solo grazie alla fisica moderna. Un tempo, le candele che venivano accese nei luoghi di culto erano davvero tante, così tante da creare un’atmosfera piuttosto calda e soffocante. Questo generava una corrente di aria calda, che naturalmente, tendeva verso il soffitto.
    In caso di pioggia, quindi, la corrente calda si scontra con l’acqua e la nebulizzava, annullandone l’entrata. Oggi quando all’interno del Pantheon c’è molto calore, magari scaturito dalla presenza di troppe persone, si ripete il medesimo effetto camino.

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  • One day you’re going to be there. You’re going to be at the top. You’re going to look back at the mountains you’ve climbed, but only to find yourself at another cliff. A new valley before your feet. But this time, for most, it’s a lot scarier. This time it’s steeper, the wind screeches “turn back!”. But guess what... You’ve been here before, you made it to this peak, and now it’s time for the next. Just like a new year with a new list of affirmations and goals, you will approach another valley of your dreams. But only this time, you have nothing to fear. You can’t be in fear because this is who you’ve become. You’ve become someone who has gone through it all, taken every hit, and made it to where you are today. So when you reach the top of that mountain, only to realize you have a burning desire to drop into the next valley so you can summit your next peak, KNOW that you can. And I promise you WILL. Now rage down that peak without any fear, and get what you deserve this year.
  • One day you’re going to be there. You’re going to be at the top. You’re going to look back at the mountains you’ve climbed, but only to find yourself at another cliff. A new valley before your feet. But this time, for most, it’s a lot scarier. This time it’s steeper, the wind screeches “turn back!”. But guess what... You’ve been here before, you made it to this peak, and now it’s time for the next. Just like a new year with a new list of affirmations and goals, you will approach another valley of your dreams. But only this time, you have nothing to fear. You can’t be in fear because this is who you’ve become. You’ve become someone who has gone through it all, taken every hit, and made it to where you are today. So when you reach the top of that mountain, only to realize you have a burning desire to drop into the next valley so you can summit your next peak, KNOW that you can. And I promise you WILL. Now rage down that peak without any fear, and get what you deserve this year.
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  • Sometimes you just have to sit in awe. Loved seeing this beautiful park for the first time! 📸: July 2019 
#CraterLake #PNW #SonyAlpha
  • Sometimes you just have to sit in awe. Loved seeing this beautiful park for the first time! 📸: July 2019
    #CraterLake #PNW #SonyAlpha
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  • The golden hour ☀️
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  • Winter vibes😍☺️
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📍 Switzerland
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📸by @sennarelax
  • Winter vibes😍☺️
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    📍 Switzerland
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    📸by @sennarelax
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  • "Tobacco Lands"
Vineales, Cuba.
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    Vineales, Cuba.
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  • I loved walking around Joshua tree at night. The dry air aloud for amazing views of the stars. In the left bottom corner you can see the seven sister star cluster.
  • I loved walking around Joshua tree at night. The dry air aloud for amazing views of the stars. In the left bottom corner you can see the seven sister star cluster.
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  • I finally have some snow pics to share ☺️
  • I finally have some snow pics to share ☺️
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  • I love winter hikes. I find few things as peaceful and rewarding as trudging my own path through fresh snow for a few miles.
  • I love winter hikes. I find few things as peaceful and rewarding as trudging my own path through fresh snow for a few miles.
  • 17 1 34 minutes ago
  • 📷 @takemyhearteverywhere
📍 #Roma
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Il Pantheon è uno dei simboli storici più belli di Roma, forse quello che racconta meglio la storia di una civiltà indiscussa e intramontabile. La cupola, in particolare, è il punto fondamentale dell’intero edifico.

Il buco, definito anche occhio, ha una larghezza di 9 metri per diametro ed è circondato da una cornice in bronzo con dei tegoloni, che si protendono fino all’interno. Il buco del Pantheon è il foro che da luce alla torre. La luce del sole, infatti, passando dall’occhio è in grado di illuminare le pareti, ricreando uno spazio illuminato, lungo la base davvero sorprendente.
Il Pantheon è dotato di un buco nella sommità della cupola, per varie ragione tecniche e religiose. Innanzitutto, il peso sopportato dalla cupola è davvero impressionante e per sostenere tale carico, fu necessario utilizzare molto calcestruzzo. Man mano che ci si avvicinava alla sommità era necessario però alleggerire il peso, quindi furono utilizzati materiali via via più leggeri.

Molti si chiedono se da questo foro entri dell’acqua quando piove e come bisogna comportarsi in tale eventualità. La risposta è no: l’acqua non entra grazie all’architettura della cupola, che garantisce la discesa della pioggia lungo le curve laterali della cupola semisferica. In più il calore originato dall’interno tende ad andare verso l’alto e questa corrente generata non permette alla pioggia di entrare.
All’interno del Pantheon non piove grazie all’effetto camino, conosciuto anche agli antichi romani, che come pochi sapranno già conoscevano molte regole, note solo grazie alla fisica moderna. Un tempo, le candele che venivano accese nei luoghi di culto erano davvero tante, così tante da creare un’atmosfera piuttosto calda e soffocante. Questo generava una corrente di aria calda, che naturalmente, tendeva verso il soffitto.
In caso di pioggia, quindi, la corrente calda si scontra con l’acqua e la nebulizzava, annullandone l’entrata. Oggi quando all’interno del Pantheon c’è molto calore, magari scaturito dalla presenza di troppe persone, si ripete il medesimo effetto camino.
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    📍 #Roma

    Il Pantheon è uno dei simboli storici più belli di Roma, forse quello che racconta meglio la storia di una civiltà indiscussa e intramontabile. La cupola, in particolare, è il punto fondamentale dell’intero edifico.

    Il buco, definito anche occhio, ha una larghezza di 9 metri per diametro ed è circondato da una cornice in bronzo con dei tegoloni, che si protendono fino all’interno. Il buco del Pantheon è il foro che da luce alla torre. La luce del sole, infatti, passando dall’occhio è in grado di illuminare le pareti, ricreando uno spazio illuminato, lungo la base davvero sorprendente.
    Il Pantheon è dotato di un buco nella sommità della cupola, per varie ragione tecniche e religiose. Innanzitutto, il peso sopportato dalla cupola è davvero impressionante e per sostenere tale carico, fu necessario utilizzare molto calcestruzzo. Man mano che ci si avvicinava alla sommità era necessario però alleggerire il peso, quindi furono utilizzati materiali via via più leggeri.

    Molti si chiedono se da questo foro entri dell’acqua quando piove e come bisogna comportarsi in tale eventualità. La risposta è no: l’acqua non entra grazie all’architettura della cupola, che garantisce la discesa della pioggia lungo le curve laterali della cupola semisferica. In più il calore originato dall’interno tende ad andare verso l’alto e questa corrente generata non permette alla pioggia di entrare.
    All’interno del Pantheon non piove grazie all’effetto camino, conosciuto anche agli antichi romani, che come pochi sapranno già conoscevano molte regole, note solo grazie alla fisica moderna. Un tempo, le candele che venivano accese nei luoghi di culto erano davvero tante, così tante da creare un’atmosfera piuttosto calda e soffocante. Questo generava una corrente di aria calda, che naturalmente, tendeva verso il soffitto.
    In caso di pioggia, quindi, la corrente calda si scontra con l’acqua e la nebulizzava, annullandone l’entrata. Oggi quando all’interno del Pantheon c’è molto calore, magari scaturito dalla presenza di troppe persone, si ripete il medesimo effetto camino.

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  • 4,104 21 37 minutes ago
  • Solitude 🧗🏽
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Definitely prefer mountains over beaches. I wouldn’t mind living in the alps one day. They say if you’re a mountain person, you’re hyperactive, like to be alone, constantly doing something to keep yourself busy, have a sense of purpose and you don’t like idling around. There has been a research conducted at the University of Virginia in 2015 ‘personality and geography: introverts prefer mountains’. There’s a theory called ‘person-environment fit’ that people choose surroundings that help them fulfil their desires. The data supported the theory that extroverts are happier in flat/open terrain, whereas introverts are happier in wooded/secluded terrain.
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The psychologists also tested behind people’s preferences - how much work people think it would take to have fun in the ocean vs. mountains. Extraverts thought that it would take far less work to have fun in the ocean than in mountains, and that might be a reason why they prefer the ocean over mountains. The beaches are typically noisier, with more people to watch, talk to, and hang out with than mountains. Thus, supports the theory that extroverts should like the ocean more than introverts, whereas introverts should like mountains more than extroverts. This is because the ocean presents an open area, where people are more easily seen by others, which facilitates socialization. In contrast, mountains offer many secluded places, which facilitate isolation hence introverts prefer physical environments that have a press for solitude.
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Quite an interesting read. Though this may portray that I’m an introvert and classed as an ‘antisocial’. I do have random short blasts of where I need to socialise or want to meet people. Just not every single day. But most definitely prefer my solitude. How about you?
  • Solitude 🧗🏽
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    Definitely prefer mountains over beaches. I wouldn’t mind living in the alps one day. They say if you’re a mountain person, you’re hyperactive, like to be alone, constantly doing something to keep yourself busy, have a sense of purpose and you don’t like idling around. There has been a research conducted at the University of Virginia in 2015 ‘personality and geography: introverts prefer mountains’. There’s a theory called ‘person-environment fit’ that people choose surroundings that help them fulfil their desires. The data supported the theory that extroverts are happier in flat/open terrain, whereas introverts are happier in wooded/secluded terrain.
    .
    The psychologists also tested behind people’s preferences - how much work people think it would take to have fun in the ocean vs. mountains. Extraverts thought that it would take far less work to have fun in the ocean than in mountains, and that might be a reason why they prefer the ocean over mountains. The beaches are typically noisier, with more people to watch, talk to, and hang out with than mountains. Thus, supports the theory that extroverts should like the ocean more than introverts, whereas introverts should like mountains more than extroverts. This is because the ocean presents an open area, where people are more easily seen by others, which facilitates socialization. In contrast, mountains offer many secluded places, which facilitate isolation hence introverts prefer physical environments that have a press for solitude.
    .
    Quite an interesting read. Though this may portray that I’m an introvert and classed as an ‘antisocial’. I do have random short blasts of where I need to socialise or want to meet people. Just not every single day. But most definitely prefer my solitude. How about you?
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