Based in Fremantle, WA but exploring new places at every opportunity. See, Breathe, Point, Shoot. ✌️Prints/downloads available from the website.
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Dawn at Dynjandi. I’ve shared this one on my other page @d_a_p_nocturnal and was wondering what other people’s favourite type of photography was? Since first picking up a camera, long exposures intrigued me and the night demands this. This shot was taken after the night shoot had drawn to a close. What’s your style? What’s your favourite way or thing to shoot?
The magnificent Dynjandi waterfall. The drive there makes the trip worth while by itself!
It’s located in the westfjords and has a height of almost 100 metres. A friend tagged me in a video of this waterfall before my trip and I’m rather chuffed he did as it became my favourite waterfall in Iceland. And that’s saying something!!!
A big rock and Godafoss waterfall. I must have take a couple of hundred photos in that shoot and because of the location I’m fond of them all. My next trip will be just after Christmas where I’m heading north back here in Western Australia. Hopefully with a new D850 that someone has bought me as a present.... (maybe not hey?!)
I wouldn’t change any of it but with all the travelling, the planes, the long drives, the adventures and with all the photography, the carrying of heavy camera gear, the search for the ultimate moment or perfect angle, you can’t, absolutely can’t forget to sit and absorb your surroundings. Take it in. Breathe it in.
See. Breathe. Point. Shoot.
Always in that order.
Godafoss. A beautiful part of the Skjálfandafljót river where, at 30 metres wide the water plummets over the edge and down 12 metres. In the year 999, a bloke called Þorgeir made Christianity the official religion of Iceland. In celebration he chucked some Pagan statues into the water here, making Godafoss the famous symbolic site of Iceland´s conversion. It’s roughly translated as the waterfall of the gods. Now get out there and kick Monday’s arse.
Explore. That’s the word for today’s post.
Remember, as a kid, every garden was a jungle and every day was an adventure? Imagination ruled the world. As adults we don’t imagine so much but we do have the opportunity to swap the sofa for a road trip or the routine for time spent somewhere new. Do it. Get off your arse and do it. Have a wonderful day people.