Although we adapt quite well in the liquid splendor of the ocean it’s of no comparison to ocean mammals.
Wouldn’t it be nice to be able to get a view like this? Or any of the other countless views exclusively available to birds.
You notice the animals, the subtle winds, and for a few minutes you are solely focused on the your surroundings.
I’ve seen pictures of them, but to actually have the chance to capture my own images of the grey whales was truly amazing.
If there’s one thing we can say about all animals, it’s that their curiosity is undeniable.
Quickly I stumbled through my bag to grab all of the necessary ingredients to cook up this tasty timelapse of a sunset in Mexico.
Did you know the entire sky rotates around the North star? Check out this long exposure from the Sea of Cortez called Rotation Point.
A fine reward is in store for those who work for what they want. The end result is always better when you put some effort into it!
Ever seen a river delta at it’s lowest tide? What about at it’s highest? How about a timelapse of it doing all of it’s magicalness? Open this post and you will have!
Ever seen that sunset or sunrise that leaves a footprint in you? If you haven’t, you should get out more and watch the sunrise and set!
Ever been camping in the desert? If not, Joshua Tree National Park is a great place to start.
Anywhere that is called lovers point usually has a pretty nice view. This one is of no exception.
You never really know how big a place is until you see it from above. Check out a timelapse of this sprawling Mexican city from above.