Beautiful evening light falling on the cliffs near Cap de Formentor in Northern Mallorca.
Our second day in Mallorca was initially not looking that great - as we arrived at the northern town of Port de Pollença, the sky was covered in grey cloud and it kept raining almost constantly. After a few hours in town we were considering just heading back to the hotel in Palma, but we decided to visit the Northern peninsula of Cap de Formentor before heading South.
The sky started clearing up and it suddenly became obvious that there was good potential for a beautiful sunset, and the sky certainly didn’t disappoint eventually!
This is a long exposure taken using the B+W 3.0 10 stop ND filter, Lee ND grad was used to balance the exposure between the cliffs and the sky.
Nikon D90 + Sigma 10-20mm f/4-5.6
B+W 3.0 + Lee 0.9 ND HG
18 mm | f/5.3 | ISO 200 | 186 sec
Explored | August 8th, 2011: #304.
It’s nearing a year since I last updated this blog, and it’s disappointing to realise how much I have neglected my camera and love for photography over that period of time. Life became a bit of a whirlwind and obstructed the way, particularly with respect to the move into the world of full-time work as a graduate.
There are moments one goes through in their life where everything you once thought was set in your head gets uprooted, and the vision you held has become shrouded in uncertainty. This is has very much been how my life has felt in recent months, but I’m emerging on the other side. as circumstances work out, I hope to return to my love for photography and appreciating and documenting the simple, yet wonderful, things we see each day.
Marston, Lincolnshire by Gary J Brothwell Via Flickr: The parish church of Saint Mary.
Deanery - Loveden
Diocese - Lincoln
Marston is a village and civil parish in the South Kesteven district of Lincolnshire. It lies 5 miles (8 km) north from Grantham, 8 miles (13 km) south-east from Newark.
The Grade I listed Anglican parish church is dedicated to St Mary, and is of 12th-century origin, with an 1881-82 chancel by C. Kirk. Restored and partly rebuilt in Early English style. St Mary’s holds monuments to members of the Thorold family.
Monday 9th May 2016
Camera - Nikon D5000
Lens - Sigma 10-20mm 1:4-5.6 DC
Yesterday I went for a drive up to Conrhenny in an attempt to clear my godawful headache with some fresh air (to no avail). Although, it was nice to venture to one of my favourite places on the island before returning to Lancaster in a matter of days.
Jellybean Row by Jackson Chu Via Flickr: Kimberly Row, downtown St. John’s Newfoundland, Canada.
Small, boxy, Victorian-style houses are iconic of downtown St. John’s Newfoundland. They get their name from the fact that they are multicolored like a bag of jellybeans.