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  • A freezing morning in the valley a couple days ago. It was about 10 degrees Fahrenheit when @russelltrupiano and I woke up, but seeing the sunrise was enjoyable nonetheless.
  • A freezing morning in the valley a couple days ago. It was about 10 degrees Fahrenheit when @russelltrupiano and I woke up, but seeing the sunrise was enjoyable nonetheless.
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  • Gloomy nights in the mountains 💙
  • Gloomy nights in the mountains 💙
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  • "Death Falls" | Massive amounts of extremely turbulent waters suddenly meet the endless abyss of Dettifoss, with liquid chaos ensuing right after the fall. The Universe seems to have its strange ways of always creating order out of chaos, and witnessing such water apocalypse giving birth to a steady and serene undulating river, makes me wonder if we, as humans, are right now steady streams or rather turbulent waters, headed to somewhere less chaotic.
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Story: Shot during the 2015 Iceland photo trip. After spending an incredible day at Seyðisfjörður, where we witnessed the best weather ever in Iceland, with the sun shining and 20ºC temperatures, we decided to head to the East side of the famous most powerful waterfall of Iceland (and Europe) - Dettifoss - with brief stops along the way to capture the landscapes. We arrived to the Dettifoss parking lot at night, and were greeted by extremely strong winds, that made the simple task of keeping a car door open seem like a gym session. We planned to shoot the Dettifoss west side by sunrise, so we didn't want to be caught unprepared next morning, and did a terrain recognition during the night, to get a feel of how long it would take to arrive to the waterfall. After walking for 15 minutes we finally hear that familiar dense rumble, and there she was, waiting for us the next day. We returned to car and managed to eat some sandwiches and the essential Pringles, and went to "bed". The car was constantly balancing due to the wind, which made sleep not as comforting. 
The phone alarm set off at 5h30 am, and then I had to go through the usual ritual of trying to do a caffeine-CPR to my comatose morning body, with massive amounts of awful soluble coffee. We got dressed in a hurry and there we went. Contrary to our predictions, the sun took much longer than expected to rise above the east side, so we had to wait about 1.5 hours under extreme wind and cold, where only the incredible vision of the waterfall would soothe the aversive body sensations. Finally the sun showed up, and here is one of images captured in that morning. .
Sony a7R + Zeiss 16-35mm f4, 4 seconds, f/14, ISO: 100, Nisi filters, FLM tripod
  • "Death Falls" | Massive amounts of extremely turbulent waters suddenly meet the endless abyss of Dettifoss, with liquid chaos ensuing right after the fall. The Universe seems to have its strange ways of always creating order out of chaos, and witnessing such water apocalypse giving birth to a steady and serene undulating river, makes me wonder if we, as humans, are right now steady streams or rather turbulent waters, headed to somewhere less chaotic.
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    Story: Shot during the 2015 Iceland photo trip. After spending an incredible day at Seyðisfjörður, where we witnessed the best weather ever in Iceland, with the sun shining and 20ºC temperatures, we decided to head to the East side of the famous most powerful waterfall of Iceland (and Europe) - Dettifoss - with brief stops along the way to capture the landscapes. We arrived to the Dettifoss parking lot at night, and were greeted by extremely strong winds, that made the simple task of keeping a car door open seem like a gym session. We planned to shoot the Dettifoss west side by sunrise, so we didn't want to be caught unprepared next morning, and did a terrain recognition during the night, to get a feel of how long it would take to arrive to the waterfall. After walking for 15 minutes we finally hear that familiar dense rumble, and there she was, waiting for us the next day. We returned to car and managed to eat some sandwiches and the essential Pringles, and went to "bed". The car was constantly balancing due to the wind, which made sleep not as comforting.
    The phone alarm set off at 5h30 am, and then I had to go through the usual ritual of trying to do a caffeine-CPR to my comatose morning body, with massive amounts of awful soluble coffee. We got dressed in a hurry and there we went. Contrary to our predictions, the sun took much longer than expected to rise above the east side, so we had to wait about 1.5 hours under extreme wind and cold, where only the incredible vision of the waterfall would soothe the aversive body sensations. Finally the sun showed up, and here is one of images captured in that morning. .
    Sony a7R + Zeiss 16-35mm f4, 4 seconds, f/14, ISO: 100, Nisi filters, FLM tripod
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  • As the recent storm in Cali ended we got blessed with these amazing clouds during sunset. Craziest thing I’ve seen in a while 😍
  • As the recent storm in Cali ended we got blessed with these amazing clouds during sunset. Craziest thing I’ve seen in a while 😍
  • 1,555 73 5 hours ago

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  • I love looking through pictures I've taken in the past. It's fun to remember moments in time⁣⠀
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This is not a recent picture, but it is one of the coolest things I've been able to photography to date. Watching an incredible storm travel across the lake as the sun dropped was just mesmerizing. As I look through my pictures from this event I can see how the storm moved and changed, but also how the colors changed and became more and less vibrant.⁣
  • I love looking through pictures I've taken in the past. It's fun to remember moments in time⁣⠀
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    This is not a recent picture, but it is one of the coolest things I've been able to photography to date. Watching an incredible storm travel across the lake as the sun dropped was just mesmerizing. As I look through my pictures from this event I can see how the storm moved and changed, but also how the colors changed and became more and less vibrant.⁣
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  • this picture captures them perfectly. Cal is doing who knows what and Zelda begging me to throw something for her. Last weekends hike had way more snow than anticipated. They enjoyed it though, I also enjoyed it. It was a party
  • this picture captures them perfectly. Cal is doing who knows what and Zelda begging me to throw something for her. Last weekends hike had way more snow than anticipated. They enjoyed it though, I also enjoyed it. It was a party
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  • Somewhere, beyond the sea
  • Somewhere, beyond the sea
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  • I haven’t been traveling and kinda miss counting how many dogs I would see in each terminal(s). 10 or 11 is the record, so far. 🐶 and this is the POV from Utah’s Capital.
  • I haven’t been traveling and kinda miss counting how many dogs I would see in each terminal(s). 10 or 11 is the record, so far. 🐶 and this is the POV from Utah’s Capital.
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  • Snowy country roads...
  • Snowy country roads...
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