The transience of a windy 2 AM night sky dyed by the unique light profile of central Auckland…
I don’t share unprocessed/unwatermarked work often, but consider that getting them here as soon as the exposure is part of the inspiration.
Nothing lasts forever. The star field in reality changes at a faster absolute speed than the foreground clouds and aeroplanes.
Transience is all we have to work on, in a way. Longer-lasting transient things grow out of shorter-lasting ones. Such is an idea, a journey, or life itself.
Before (genuine) ceremoniousness loses its meaning, here’s to my next adventures.