absolutely love the photograph that came from this shoot - planning on getting it drum scanned by @mstricklandimages
and printing it real big to hang across my bed 🤔😍
i'm not the most careful individual when it comes to my cameras. to me, they're simply tools, pieces of plastic and metal stuck together. so long as i still maintain the ability to create the photograph i aim to make, i am happy. and while this camera has been through the ringer, it still manages to help me create beautiful imagery - or at least it did, until i put it away and pulled out the film camera instead 🤔
photo cred: @melbell_14
Getting a little frosty a little early out there. Crank up that heat, this fluff will only take me so far! #coldoctober #brrr
Visiting beautiful Clifton and Bristol Botanical Gardens over on my website - link in the bio 🌿
Sebaiknya saya minggir dulu. Haha
just sitting around, waiting...
back to early summer days when we couldn't walk two inches without seeing another gartner snake
That one time I got lost chasing the light
Another area of my beloved Bristol on the blog this morning , click the link in the bio or head to yugenlife.co.uk 🌿
Oh Little birdies how you taunt me 🐦
this horse was pretty cool. wish i could've gotten closer - she(?) looked pretty soft...
Yup, this is about where I slipped and almost fell in the lake. 💦
Wherever he stands , he is strong and mighty as he can be .
With his majestic face with a wowly trunk and a huge feet that describes his majestically living .
I still can hear him say hee ahh 😄
I cant bear his thud !!
In and around the area of Stokes Croft and Montpelier, new post on yugenlife.co.uk (click the link in the bio)
As we headed down to get closer to the waterfall, I remember seeing a sign with a painting of the waterfall on it. The scene was beautifully composed and heavily inspired me with this photograph that I later made. What amazed me the most, however, was that this plant has been withstanding the power of the mist and winds caused by the waterfall for decades, included in the painting and the millions of other photographs since then. I can only imagine how long it has sat here, enjoying the views.