24 105mm


2017/04/14 08:22 #城里町 #桜のある風景 #桜
EOS 5Dmk3/EF 24-105mm F4 L IS USM
#canon #EOS #5Dmk3 #eos5dmk3


Dawn over Windermere by Johan Klovsjö
Via Flickr:
As seen from Todd’s Crag, Loughrigg fell.


Storm Behind by Reid Collins

2017/05/03 07:33 #福島県 #猪苗代町 #観音寺川
EOS 5Dmk3/EF 24-105mm F4 L IS USM
#canon #EOS #5Dmk3 #eos5dmk3


Monorail Monday LII - Volume 7 by Doug
Via Flickr:
The 52nd Monorail Monday - Volume 7 - shot completes a 7th full year of monorails on Mondays. It features Monorail Coral passing around Future World with some nice golden hour lighting! Note that Monorail Monday Volume 8 may be delayed a week depending on if I am able to get any good shots of the eclipse. We should have 92% eclipse coverage here in Jacksonville but that same percentage applies to cloud coverage and afternoon thunderstorms this time of year. If you post your Monorail Monday images to Google+, please add the tag #MonorailMonday Walt Disney World | EPCOT Center | Future World | Monorail Coral Thanks for looking. I appreciate feedback!

Picture Perfect Ch. 3

You’re not particularly into BNM, the new rising kpop group, but your best friend has fallen head-over-heels for their adorable maknae, Lee Daehwi. Your days in college are filled with working on your photography portfolio in hopes that a magazine will hire you, while your best friend’s is filled with stalking keeping up with BNM. However, when one day, your best friend decides to attend a fansign with your best camera, your entire world changes.

A multichaptered fic ft. Park Woojin, the trainees of Brand New Music, Yoo Seonho and the pd101 boys. In this story, your best friend’s name is Lee Seonmi; you two have been friends since high school, and you attend university in Seoul and room together.

Chapter Three: New Beginnings?

  • Your camera gets screwed over by none other than BNM’s manager. God really must hate you
  • ft. Yoo Seonho as a barista again!
  • Slowly but surely we’re getting to the Woojin interactions haha

You yanked your phone out of your pocket, quickly checking the time. You had class at 9, and since it was one of your art classes, you really didn’t want to be late, so you had left the house extra early. Seonmi, unlike you, was still sleeping at home, as her classes were all in the afternoon. It was 8:30, and you still had plenty of time.

Soon, all the university students got off at the respective university stop and you followed suit. However, instead of following them directly to campus, you opted to walking over to the café where Seonho worked for a bit, since you had a good amount of time before class.

You carefully readjusted the camera bag over your shoulder, making sure that you didn’t drop it. After class, you wanted to try taking a couple pictures at a nearby park, so you figured it would be smart to bring along your camera. Once you had your camera secured on the front of your body, you continued down the street towards the café. It had rained the night before, so the pavement was still wet and the gutters had rushing water.

You got to the crosswalk and punched the button, pulling out your phone to text Seonho that you’d be coming. Out of nowhere, a black van turned the corner, making you look up. The driver was familiar—all too familiar. However, you didn’t have time to contemplate where you’d seen the driver before, because the sharp movements of the van’s turn splashed a huge amount of water from the street onto you.

You stared after the van in shock before realizing what the water had hit head-first—your camera. With a shriek, you raced towards the café and fumbled with the front door.

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Original caption:

I traveled to Iceland and drove the Ring Road, May 2017. It was my second time returning to Iceland within a year. This time, I went solo and captured lots of photos and video. Here is part of my journey. There was more than enough light to find my way.

Panasonic GH5 w/ Metabones Speedbooster XL 0.64x
Phantom 4 Pro
Mavic Pro
Canon 5D Mark III
Canon 6D
EF 24-105mm f4
EF 16-35mm f4
EF 40mm f2.8
Tamron 70-200mm f2.8

Music: Tony Anderson