Had a few nights of relatively strong aurora activity. When it’s mild, it’s still pretty cool to watch. But when the sky explodes, it’s bright enough to change the ambient light and you can see everything around you, similar to when there’s a full moon. During a strong event, the lights flutter quickly above you in a curtain pattern, almost like snakes of light slithering in the sky.
Not the most crazy and spectacular picture but i like the simplicity. Just one leading line and some dead trees - Sometimes less is more
📸 Nikon d750 | Tamron 15-30mm | at 30mm | ƒ/13 | 1/300 | ISO 100 |
Made it just in time, after a long day of adventures (shout out to @alvinwong89 and @imeldaoctaviana), to watch the beautiful sunset at Dead Horse Point 🙌🏻
@SonyAlpha 7R II | (var speed) | f16 | ISO 100 | 24 mm
I'm tried something new this weekend. Abstract landscapes. I've seen various images like this with waves but wanted to incorporate a land, sea, and sky element. I took 106 photos on this outing. Don't be afraid to step out of your comfort zone and try something new!