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Heron Spot

The Netherlands, Oestgeest – December 2019

The theme for the weekly Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #78  is ‘spot’
Show a special spot in a shot is the brief.

In front of our house is a small canal that is looked upon from the kitchen window. The animals and the canal are, just as plants and flowers in the front garden, sometimes subject in my photographs. Here is a recent visitor: a Heron.

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Shot with Nikon D500, edited using Snapseed and Marksta. Click the picture for a bigger version

Spot

The Netherlands, Oegstgeest – December 2019

The theme for the weekly Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #78  is ‘spot’
Show a special spot in a shot is the brief.
In front of our house is a small canal that is looked upon from the kitchen window. The animals and the canal are, just as plants and flowers in the front garden,
sometimes subject in my photographs. Here are two ducks, doing some synchronized swimming.

If you want to join or participate in the weekly Lens-Artists Photo Challenges just follow the link above.

Shot with Nikon D500, edited using Snapseed and Marksta. Click the picture for a bigger version

Fireworks

Traditionally in The Netherlands the new year starts with private fireworks (this year people spent 77 million euro). Over the years this party has turned from pleasure over to  concern. There is an increasing flow of illegal fireworks (like avalanche bombs), more damage to public and private goods, and increasing aggression towards services. And on top of that an increase in injuries and at times loss of life. The public and political debate at the moment is about a ban of private fireworks. One alternative could be to replace them by formal local firework events and/or a big national event..

The burst function on an iPhone works well shooting this ‘popping’ scenes. However, the quality and control of light is less than with a system camera or dslr.

Shot with iPhoneX edited using Snapseed and Marksta Click the picture for a larger version

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