Blur the edges

An evening storm blurs the edges of Kazakhstan’s Singing Dunes. When the weather is dry and still, the dunes emit a low sound, reminiscent of a bassoon or an organ. 
Reblogged from National Geographic

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A speck in the blue

Anguilla, a British territory in the Caribbean, is a nation of tranquility, but Sandy Island takes it to another level. This speck of sand in the bright blue waters is constantly reshaped by the ocean and weather, and visitors to the cay are encouraged to make reservations. Your Shot photographer Matthew Wade captured this shot using a drone.

Soft sand

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An impressive cloud formation passes over the Mesquite sand dunes in Death Valley National Park. I’ve been lucky to get some pretty interesting conditions the few times I’ve been to this area. One of my favorite things I’ve done in the wilderness, is to be comfortably settled into the nice soft sand, watching weather move through the valley. Such a cool place.

Reblogged from fstoppers.com

Sometimes the worst weather makes the best shot

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Recipe Behind the Shot:

Three hours of wait for downpour to stop.
No telephoto lens to compress distance.
(Shot with Canon 100 mm Macro)
4 degree outside temperature.
Constant Spray of ice cold water.
A patient wife, agreeing to wait while I kept perfecting the composition.

Benefit of Worst Weather:

Less or almost no crowd, at one of the most popular place in Iceland.
Moody Atmosphere.

Lesson Learnt by Me:
No weather is bad weather.
Learn to Adapt and move on. 🙂

Reblogged from fstoppers.com