Why stay indoors when rain is pouring down?
Jupiter and Venus invited to Kirchberg for an extended 47 minutes combined exposure using enfuse.
Clouds and humidity made the sky look strange. Also, I find the light pollution quite interesting.
This is a 42 minutes exposure in Lentz Parc (just discovered its name) where I ride almost everyday on my commute to work. Yesterday I was on a mood to go out, but didn’t feel like going for a drink.
Bonus: behind the scene picture:
Puente de Isabel II, Seville, Spain
This is the White Ernz river, shot from the bank during a mountain bike trip.
Easily reachable by foot, this spot is located a few yards away from the famous Schiessentumpel waterfall attraction, near the village of Müllerthal that gave its name to the region, also known as Little Switzerland, in Luxembourg.
I used a neutral density filter to increase the exposure to 13 seconds during the daytime, as well as a polarising filter to reduce reflection (see the vignetting effect on the top right side of the image).
Paparoa National Park, West Coast, New Zealand is an amazing place. Going there was like paradise even if swimming was extremely dangerous as you can see on this picture.
Just acquired a ND filter, no here’s my first test done in a park nearby. Looks promising!
Little Switzerland, Luxembourg
Some strange plants were growing in this sulphured water. My camera battery was flat so I tried to use my phone; I’m quite astonished by the result.