Инстаграм @irwin.nick Nick Irwin
I saw some green leaves on plants while out in the woods today. Soon we will have flowers and green trees, but for now here's a shot from one of the most beautiful sunsets I've witnessed. When the sky, water and even ground turn the same color it's definately one to remember.
Waterfall Wednesday ~ Deep inside the beautiful Daniel Boone National Forest in Kentucky lies Creation Falls. This was worth the hike through the backwoods and literal hop over the river. I really liked the rocks here, but even more so, the sun shining down on the pines.
Similar to my sunburst post, but taken after the golden hour turned blue. The steady wind still pushed the clouds across the sky and waves over the pier leaving sky reflections behind. This is a one minute exposure taken a from a slightly different angle in order to show the contrast between the water and cement. Have a great Sunday ~ South Haven, MI 🇺🇸 . . . @puremittigan @puremittenpride @michiganawesome @michiganders @visitsouthhaven @awesomemitten @longexpoelite
I am fully aware my sunburst is big and maybe a tad ridiculous, but I wanted it that way! Go big or go home... this was pure joy for me on the pier. Once my feet were soaked it was game on with reflections and an awesome sunset. Happy Friday! I will have more from this show from South Haven, MI 🇺🇸
I enjoy photographing landscapes, but there's something about going into a city completely blind and discovering cool things to shoot that I find exhilarating. With the cold and dreary weather today I wanted to add a splash of color to your feed! This is the Frazier History Museum in downtown Louisville, Kentucky, and as of 2018 the museum is the official starting point of the Kentucky Bourbon Trail. Bottom up!
I had to climb out on the rocks to get the angle I wanted with this one. After a I took a few long exposures and made it safely back to shore (by safely I mean two dry boots and a camera not dunked) I looked back and wondered when I would quit going places I shouldn't. Then again, if you don't go to those places you don't get the good shots-- right?! 😁💭 ( yeah that's it lol). Have a good evening, there are pics in my story.
I had to swing out and get shots of the naked pier before they start building the catwalk again. I have no photos with it because I wasn't doing the photo thing yet, but I am looking forward to it. I must admit though, it sure is weird walking on that smooth surface without worrying about tripping every five seconds. . . . @visitgrandhaven
Wind creates patterns in the sand that resemble waves made without water, and this invisible force pushes the clouds into the light of the sun, painting the sky into magical colors that make even the most miserable people muster a smile 🎨🌤
Human nature immediately made me question whether I could get to the other side, but why? Why would I want to go there when I had the sun shining through seen over here? This bridge was built in 1885, as the brick on the top center indicates. I'm glad I finally found it and put my photographic spin on it, but I'm not telling where it is. Go find yourself a bridge, the journey is the best part of reaching the destination.
A lot of people buy souvenirs when they go on vacations, but I have decided I'm going to collect photos of the the city skylines taken by me. This is Louisville, Kentucky taken from Jeffersonville, Indiana. It was a fun mini-trip with @jeaneblazic and I look forward to more like this in the future... open to suggestions? -----------> POST BELOW!
After the strenuous climb up the steep dune to get into the pedestrian area at Silver Lake Sand Dunes, I paused a bit to catch my breath. Then I meandered around and stumbled upon these unnatural looking cracks pushing up from the earth. I was waiting for zombies to emerge from the underworld. Then as I looked up the sunset became an inferno... the who vibe made me feel like I was on another planet; but, low and behold I was standing in an amazing spot right here in Michigan ✋🇺🇸 We live in an amazing place.