Is it just me or is time speeding up? It seems like only last week I was listening to the calming sounds of the waves breaking below on the cliffs at Eagles Rock..
Time is the most precious resource we have, spend it wisely kids 🌍
Do you want to hear a funny story? of course you do. Okay well a while back, I heard thunder and knew that storms were coming, and I thought, OMG maybe i could be one of those cool storm chasey people and I can go straight to where the action is happening and get an awesome bolt of lightning!! so in reality, i drove around like an idiot, never getting to a good vantage point, and finally ending up at Pt Cartwright under a picnic shelter roof where I felt safer than out in the open. Then I set up my camera just out of the blustery rainy gale and proceeded to take photos constantly (because I don't have a clever lightning trigger like some) and I did end up with this one image that I'm so proud of! my baby bolt! And then I was crapping my pants because I was scared it was coming closer and I was tired and it was time for Baileys and coffee. And I never did that again. whew it's a lot of work. The End. .
📍 Pt Cartwright, Queensland, Australia
📷 Canon 6D
🕶 Canon 16-35mm f4 L IS USM
🔭 Sirui W-2204 ◼️ NiSi
💡 f16 10s ISO50 16mm
Have you ever felt like you are to late to a party? That's what feel about this picture.
When we did our roadtrip trough Switzerland early October this was one of our first stops. @philippheigel knew this spot existed and guided us to the gem. Until then I have never seen it anywhere on Instagram before.
After the roadtrip weeks went by and I started seeing a lot more shots from this exact spot and I hesitated to upload it myself, but we'll here we are altough I'm late. I don't know exactly what happened there in general but it's kind of crazy to see how fast spots are getting popular!
Kind of makes me question if this is healthy for the environment. What do you guys think?