🏳️ Brooklyn on the Rocks
While sitting on a log among an army of photographers at what's known as Pebble Beach, I got to have a closer look at the tiny stones (and plastic and probably some teeth) along the East River. The Tribute in Light shined bright through the fog across the water.
🏳️ Turris Lucis
Standing on the edge of the East River in Brooklyn, I watched a storm pass over Manhattan. From here you could see One World Trade Center grazing the clouds as its glow illuminated the city sky.
An early morning view of this beautiful place. Yosemite was just unreal!
🏳️ Beacon in the Night
One World Trade Center's lights pierce through the fog. It kind of reminded me of something out of Blade Runner.
🏳️ Yellow Fog
A fog rolled in at twilight over One World Trade Center and glowed in the city lights.
“may you always be the one who notices the little things that make the LIGHT POUR through, and may they always remind you : there is more to life and there is more to you.” - @morganharpernichols
Really love getting high (haha) and seeing the world and how it makes different shapes out of ordinary objects! 🙏 Gotland, Sweden. #visitgotland #djimavicpro
Fog chasing... Coming back to my images from my Java trip. This was taken on our last morning in Bromo where we went looking for other compositions in the caldera at sunrise. It is a regular sight to see fog or a cloud inversion form in the caldera in the morning and one of the iconic shots from Elia Locardi sees Bromo wrapped in a blanket of fog. This morning though it was really cool to be able to watch the fog slowly form and work its way through the valley towards us.
Not 5 mins after this frame was taken, that whole part of the valley was shrouded in thick fog.
PS. For scale see if you can spot the group of tourists and Jeeps in the valley!
🏳️ The Long Way Home
Making my way back into Somerville through the Finderne Wetlands. Here the Raritan hooks and twists after the North and South Branch Raritan Rivers merge and before joining the Millstone River.
🏳️ River's Edge
Back in Somerville, just a short walk from my home, is a small slice of nature along the Raritan. In just a few days we are heading further up the river to a new home, but we will be sure to visit Somerville as much as possible. It's a bittersweet feeling but an overall change in the right direction that we need.
🏳️ Passage of Light
Further upstream from the D&R terminus, the canal is separated from the Raritan by a tow path, which is now a walking trail. The lights glowing at the end of the path are part of the New Brunswick Landing, a dock project looking to attract boaters into the revamped city. With the canal, river, and train line, New Brunswick used to be a major transportation and shipping hub back in the day, hence its nickname, "Hub City."
This is the part where you find out who you are.
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