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I’ve been getting on with my dad a lot better recently and it’s been nice but i still wish he wouldn’t say stuff like ‘you’re going to meet a nice guy when you’re older’ 'your future husband’ etc because I feel physically sick



Lake Erie Over Camera by 沛德 墨


On the night of the June 26th storm over Lake Erie, I headed to the Marblehead lighthouse to make pictures. The night was chaotic, with a wild lake, crazy wind (40mph), and rain everywhere (3.5 inches that day). The journalist, factual story is here: http://ift.tt/1H11GhQ To get the “dramatic angle” amidst the crashing waves, I climbed to a rock outcropping, held my camera above the water, and took a series of handheld shots at 1/4s and 8fps. For the bottom part of the image, my camera was completely submerged. I combined two of those images to get this. As usual, best seen large on black. Press “H” and “M”


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by Timothy Poulton


Since starting in landscape photography, I have created a bucket list of locations I’d love to capture in certain conditions and light. For the last 4 years I have travelled frequently to New Zealand, guiding tours for One of A Kind Photography Adventures. On that list is the Church Of The Good Shepherd and Lake Tekapo surrounded by snow. Why do so many bucket lists have to involve extreme events such as sky diving, hiking that peak or capturing a hurricane? Do you really need to climb a mountain? We seldom grow inside our comfort zone. With this in mind, it is important to travel outside our comfortable zone but how extreme does it have to be? More importantly, why does it have to be so? After you have completed the extreme task, how do you readjust to going back to your normal life? Is your normal life simply unfulfilling? As Philippe Petit, the only person to ever walk across the World Trade Center towers on a high wire, once said: “Life should be lived on the edge of life. You have to exercise rebellion: to refuse to tape yourself to rules, to refuse your own success, to refuse to repeat yourself, to see every day, every year, every idea as a true challenge- and then you are going to live your life on a tightrope.”


Timothy Poulton: Photos
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