I spent the last days at the beautiful Planneralm in Styria to try my new Astro Tracker. 10 minutes exposure with minimal star trails 😀 Shot is taken at Plannersee at 1800m.
Draugen, from Norse “draugr” meaning ghost. Draugen is the ghost of a man who died at sea. He is huge and monster-like, and covered in seaweed, rowing in half a boat. He erupts a terrible scream when he appears, and legend has it he can be seen during stormy nights at sea, drowning sailors and fishermen, and sinking their boats and ships. There is a story of a man who once ran from Draugen and into a churchyard, where he shouted for the spirits of the dead to protect him. The day after, all the graves were open, and the churchyard was covered in seaweed. In these days, Draugen is commonly associated with anything dark and mystical about the sea.
Crow Agency, Montana. This year celebrating the 100th Crow Fair.
"Hold fast to dreams, for if dreams die, life is a broken - winged bird that cannot fly." - Langston Hughes.
Heading north today with my family. While this trip won’t be photography focused, it will be spent canoeing with my wife and sons and enjoying the sights of the boreal forest. However, I am sure the cameras will end up in my hands more than I expect! 😜
Approaching storm hangs over a black spruce bog in northern Minnesota. The second image is from 10 minutes later.
Once upon a time the famous Batman mountain encounted winter ❄️ Taken last winter on tour that I guided in collaboration with Iceland-photo-tours.com to show participants how to make composition with UGA 🤙🏼 Framed on Gitzo and well exposed with Nisi Filters V5 Pro Holder Filter + Nisi GND 0.9 Soft.
If you like you can join me during my wandering in Iceland and learn more about my photographic vision.. For more info just contact me ☝🏼 Copyright © Alban Henderyckx / All rights reserved.
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There is something magical about the start of a storm, when the sun is still shining through.. loved this capture, what do you think? 🌊
"Do what you feel in your heart right - for you'll be criticized anyway." - Eleanor Roosevelt
A long exposure take on a favorite spot in the Rockies. Settings and equipment used were as follows. F11, 30s, 100 ISO using the @leefilters
Big stopper, and polarizer on my @nikoncanada
D810 and 14-24mm 2.8.