Man Mo Temple --- I love places like this. Not only because they look stunning but also because they can keep me busy during the day. Photographywise it gets a little boring sometimes between the sunrises and sunsets. Downside is, there are other people. It took me about 30 minutes to get this shot.
My latest cover shot from an exquisite annual German magazine (I forget the name of) filled with hand picked art from the world over the past year. This is an aerial image taken quite low at about 800 feet at Lake Eyre showcasing a random series of very curiously structured salt features found late on the last flight of the trip. We found them right when the light was beginning to fade and our fuel was running low, so I had to ask the pilot petty damn nicely to take a few extra runs past so I could capture it! Andy from @wrightsair, this one's for you brother...
Majestic Shot of the day
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Selected by @johanna_abert
Shot of Rockefeller Center from St. Patricks Cathedral's. You can see the arch of the Cathedral's epic doorway on the top. Second pic = zoomed out. There was more to the bottom of the pic as a whole but I already had to crop it terribly to make it all visible on IG. Nonetheless, hope you enjoy the view 🤘🏽
The sky went blank due to the exposure of the original shot so I overcompensated with my Ashokan Reservoir sky pic on photoshop. Not too shabby huh 😁
Ladies and gentlemen of the gram...
Re-post for the sake of my feeds Octagon lol