Awesome Earth People
Big Cities and Little 'uns
These are my favorite sort of pest. Kiwis definitely call anything not from New Zealand a "pest," probably including even me. There's an area between Lindis Pass and Tekapo where you see millions of these off the side of the road. This looks like a "normal" landscape but it is actually a quadcopter panorama!
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In every lifetime, I will find you. Who will you find in every lifetime? This is the last photo I took at Burning Man this year. You probably won't believe me, but I had a transcendent vision of this four nights prior, two days before I even discovered this place. If I were to try to describe either what I saw or how I was in a state to envision it, you would probably think I am crazy. But I told my roommates the next morning what I saw, and then I emailed them this photo a few days later and they were like HOLY CRAP. If I ever meet you in person, I can try to describe the whole experience. I'm not sure I can, but I know it was real.
We had an amazing day in Mont Saint Michel. It was much too short, and I want to go back again to explore more… but I was happy to escape with a few shots! Here's one that I took right before I was about to give up and walk back to our bus. I was about to pack up my tripod but then turned around to see a bus coming toward Mont Saint Michel. I quickly set everything up to get a long exposure right as soon as the bus passed, hoping it would give some dreamy light streaks towards the old monastery.
- Trey Ratcliff
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