Ontario-based photographer Michael Davies timed this impressive shot of his friend Markus hurling a thermos of hot tea through the air yesterday in -40°C weather near Pangnirtung in Canada’s High Arctic.
“Rain and Fire” My parents and I went over to my Aunts house to watch the fire works for Canada day. We watched the storm clouds roll in as it started getting dark. There were some flashes of lighting in the distance, and I knew the rain was coming soon. Once it started raining, people began to leave, and it wasn’t long before it was pouring. A few minutes later, they decided to light the fireworks, despite the rain. We took cover in my Aunts house and watched the fireworks through the window. They rushed to get all the fireworks lit, and the show seemed more like an extended finale.
Macro shots of the air on a foggy night. This was tricky to shoot. A brighter light, or a flash would have helped. I also tried to shoot some video. I haven’t taken a closer look yet, but I’m hoping I got something worth posting out of the video clips I shot.