I just can't get tired of this place. Everytime I visit it's something different. My mind gets at ease contemplating the beauty and feeling all the peace the smooth sea wind brings. That same wind carried the clouds slowly to the west creeating the movement seen in the picture. Enjoy!!!
As 2017 was coming to an end I grabbed all my gear and headed down this spot located in my hometown. This are the ruins of an old sugar cane pier used a long time ago. This area was hit hard by hurricane María a few months back. I arrived 25 minutes before sunset and decided to wait until the sun cleared the horizon and shoot a long exposure. This shot was 4 minutes long...the sky turned beautifully magenta and subtle tones of oranges, yellows and blues. What a way for the year to end, enjoy!!!
Notice the small things. The rewards are inversely proportional. ---Liz Vassey
Sometimes we overlook small things and focus on the big picture. We have to undestand and realize that great things are done by a series of small things brought together. Take a look at what you think is not significant, take a deep look---you will be surprised at the amount of greatness and beauty that is just there. Enjoy!!!
Early in the morning a group of good friends headed out towards Tamarindo Beach in Puerto Rico, our mission--chasing light. Upon arriving everyone splited up looking for a good composition before sunrise. Some went straight to the sandy beach but I decided to take advantage of some puddles of water to capture a reflection of the scene. It turned out pretty good because the wind wasn't blowing so the water created a mirror like effect of a stunning sunrise. Enjoy!!!
Converting an image to black and white gives it a dramatic and mysterious feel. I was going to erase this shot but instead I decided to edit it and upload it here. There's nothing special about the composition, as a matter of fact, I did not care about a perfectly composed shot. I just wanted to capture the moment, to enjoy it while it was happening and that's what I did. Enjoy!!!
Rocks, Water and Time