Spending the night here enjoying the stars was a night I'll never forget. And thanks to the chairlifts being closed I even had the place to myself for sunset 🤘 Check out the vlog on my YouTube
Part 2 of my Dolomites adventure is finally up on YouTube 🙃 Sorry to keep you all waiting so long just had to clear things with the authorities 🙄
Just about to jump in bed the other night before I spotted a stunning moon halo out the window 🌕 this phenomenon has eluded me a few times in the past so I grabbed my camera and shot up a local hill only to be greeted my low cloud and rain 😒 A little patience though and the skies opened up so I could finally tick the box...
Gunna be announcing a new date for an Astro Workshop in the Brecon Beacons to my mailing list this weekend. Head to my website alynwallacephotography.com to sign up so you don't miss out ✨📷
Some beautifully clear skies recently, I was beginning to get withdrawal symptoms 😅 Here you can see my favourite constellation Orion watching over the boathouse at Worms Head. Even the light from sirius, the brightest star in the night sky, reflecting in the sea ✨
Henrhyd Falls feeling very claustrophobic in the mist and overcast conditions. Where's your favourite waterfall? 🌿
Jokulsarlon is one of the most incredible places I've ever visited ❄️ Chunks of ice break off from Europe's largest glacier, Vatnajokull, before collecting in the lagoon. Then they flow down this little river mouth and end up washed up on the black sand beach. The sight of these huge diamond chunks of ice scattered across a sunny beach was so surreal...
Finally uploaded the first part of my Milky Way hunt in the Dolomites to YouTube (link in bio) ✨🎥
Dear @Instagram, If you learn anything from Vero it's that we're fed up of your shit algorithm, throttled reach, consistent ads, 4:5 crop ratio and lack of full screen viewing of landscape orientated images. What do you give us instead... GIFs in stories and Snapchat filters 😐 Hopefully now you realise how tangible your grip is on creatives, the people who make your app what it is. Oh and Vero, make an app that f*cking works, we need it 😣😵
Catching the zodiacal light ✨ You can spot Pleiades and the Andromeda Galaxy too 👀 Who's been enjoying the clear skies lately?
Cheers to @paul.watson.photography for uploading a drone banger from the exact same spot and reminding me of a trove of images I had buried away forgotten 🙈 Also thanks to the Icelandic couple who picked me up within 2 minutes of hitchhiking from this spot and sharing a local delicacy with me. Icelandic people are beyond friendly 🙏
Been nearly a year since I feasted my eye on the lights and now the seasons coming to a close I'm getting itchy trigger finger on Skyscanner 😅 Who's seen the green stuff?
Landscape orientated shots are a bit lost on Instagram so I'll post this to my stories later. The dark skies of the Elan Valley are tough to beat in Wales. The diffuse triangle of light you can see is something called the Zodiacal Light, interplanetary dust reflecting the sunlight 😍✨
The Winter Circle above a snow covered Penyfan. One of my favourite areas of the night sky and so glad to finally get a fitting snowy portrait ❄️✨ Check out the adventure in my latest AstroVlog on YouTube (link in bio)
Re-edited this old favourite 🙌✨ nice to see how your vision changes but still a way to go before I can perfectly express the vision in my head 😌
Took me the better part of a year to turn this idea into a reality... Moonlit curtains at Sgwd Ddwli 🌚 Might use it to explain how I plan my photos in a new vlog, what do you think?