Sneaky castle hiding behind some bushes...But she can't hide cuz I've got maps (evil laugh) 👀
This is Carew Castle in Pembrokeshire. Built in 1270 of the Carew family, who still own it as this is posted 👌🏴🐉🏴
A very fine specimen indeed 😍
🌅 A beautiful sunrise to start the day 🌊 ➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖
Ziad Joseph here, as I continue to take over the T&T Photographic Society’s feed this week, I would like to progress in the sequence of time throughout the day. Yesterday I showcased a starry night at we gazed at the Milky Way over Salybia, shame on you if you missed it 😎. For today’s post we advance a few hours into Sunrise and we head a little further north east to Toco.
A little about me: I am actually a hydrographic surveyor and work in the marine and coastal environment (so photography is not actually my day job 😉). As a result, I love the seashore and capturing this interface with land and sea. The ocean is an amazing thing to observe in action with its many unrelenting processes like waves and tides all shaping the environment around us. Being an island such as ours it makes for some interesting scenery. You can follow me on my social media streams also to see more of my work @ilovetrinidadandtobago and @ziadscapes .
Some insight: photography at sunrise can be extremely rewarding, especially that feeling you get as the day has begun and you have already been productive having started your day several hours prior. Also, to be in the company of beautiful scenery when most are not around especially when nature has put on a show for you to photograph is truly worth the effort that photography at this time of day requires; waking insanely early from your comfy bed, long hours and long drives.
I love seascapes with engaging action and drama. There are several ways this can be accomplished and it’s up to you to use the tools at your disposal and equipment at hand to capture and create. Seek out some wonderful scenery with some recon and plan your shot accordingly.
4 711 hour ago
My homecountry Switzerland 🇨🇭 it's sad that i don't have that many photographs of my own country and now it's already the 3rd year since i emigrated to South America. For Switzerland being an absolute hiker paradise i totally regret never having made a Hikervlog in the Swissalps. So going back to Switzerland is definitaly on my list (in some years)
3 541 hour ago
“Unutma yokuş aşağı inmek kolaydır ama manzara tepeden seyredilir. “
This is my favourite photo of the #laugavegurtrail in #iceland 🇮🇸 this landscape was totally stunning... couldn‘t get enough pictures of this amazing landscape, I stopped every 20 m to get a photo of the different landscapes and colors, for that reason it took us the whole day to get to the camping ground (normally it’s about 4-5 hours hike) 😅
Буйніцкае поле - месца значных гістарычных падзей каля вёскі Буйнічы Магілёўскага раёна Беларусі.
Першы ці другі здымак? 1 or 2?
У час антыфеадальнага казацка-сялянскага паўстання ў 1595 тут адбыўся бой паміж казацка-сялянскім атрадам Налівайкі і войскам ВКЛ. .
У Вялікую Айчынную вайну Буйніцкае поле стала месцам жорсткіх баёў савецкіх воінаў 172-й стралковай дывізіі і магілёўскіх апалчэнцаў з нямецка-фашысцкімі захопнікамі ў час абароны Магілёва.
Тут пастаўлены помнік y гонар воінаў 388-га стралковага палка, мемарыяльны знак на ўшанаванне памяці К. Сіманава.
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