Happy Friday friends 🙌🏽🙌🏽 #exploregon • • Here's a tip from photographer @jesseroos : "Along with other typical compositional techniques, I felt that the trail worked well as a leading line toward the mountain and the mystery held beyond the trees. The shot was taken in the early morning to utilize long-wave light and the brilliant color that it produces." | A7RII | Zeiss 24-70mm F4 | ISO 100 | F8 | 1/160
It was an island. An island of silence and darkness. We were closed in midway of a journey. A flowing mist nested around us from the valleys. Those roads were bleeding in rain through deep cuts. Wind echoed in her closed arms. She whined with the wind in full and made voices gather. I followed an unbroken wind song. Along the banks of loss and despair remained. It was raining not rain but mist, frequent and changing shapes and layered into tranquil. Above 1110 feet of arching silence, along the long roads, a warm kiss in the neck shortened a long paragraph of longer book.
I follow the signs of instincts. She was fragile. A turn comes suddenly, and it always does so. Our life cuts and folds at the cross roads. A photograph of someone walking in to the mist remains. Its a labyrinth of stolen words. You are rising wild. I run with a broken clock, after a while I met her steeping into the woods like another wind. We started talking.
It's wedding season yall! Aaron was the best man for one of his friends weddings in Krabi. It was a torrential downpour for half of the ceremony on the beach but it was SO GORGEOUS no one even cared. It was seriously as romantic as the movies make it out to be, if not more! Have you guys ever been to an outdoor wedding in the rain? And we're not talking sprinkles...