sometimes we overlook the simplier things in life. childhood memories of fun bubble baths when everything was innocent and happy. when soap bubbles were so amazing and we never had to worry about a thing.
This is a long exposure shot of the paper mill in the town I live, Iím reasonably happy with this however I may go back on a less clouded night and try it again. Techy stuff I believe the shutter speed was set to around 5 seconds the ISO was at 50 and the aperture size was F3.2
Thanks to for the title.
4 Industrial Revolutions Per Second
I ussually ressist the impulse to post pics that may look like a postcard,....but I wanted to share this unforgetable vision of the Tulum ruins, the largest Maya coastal city in the caribbean,....built in the 12th century.
A place of magical beauty !
At times like this the world seems like a work of art.
. During an early mornig walk, my neighbor was reading while she felt the ocean under her feet, her small radio was playing a Bob Dylan song : ...."How many seas must a white dove sail before she sleeps in the sand ? .....How many years can a mountain exist before it's washed to the sea ? .....The answer my friend is blowin' in the wind" !!!
I'm thinking that life is not measured by the number of breaths we take,....but by the moments that take our breath away ! Listening to Dylan's words and feeling the wind on my skin......this moment was one of them ! .