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After 2 months of pure anxiety, I finally got my hard drive back this morning with all 2TB of The Year Of Summer completely recovered! Lesson learnt the hard way: Back up your backups!! Beyond grateful to have access to so many unedited photos and videos again! 😍🙌🏻 #theyearofsummer
It’s not often that a hurricane can be credited with creating beauty... 😍
Hurricane Hattie is responsible for the 'Split' when it divided Caye Caulker in two in 1961.
Now, it’s the ideal resting spot to enjoy fresh seafood and a sundowner after a long day of snorkelling and diving the Great Blue Hole. 🏖️ With no roads on the island - and little development - let the reggae beats lull you into a relaxing Caribbean dream.
Mark Lilly in Yellowstone
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From Mark about this image:
Half Dome Milky Way…
Yosemite Valley is a complete nightmare during the summer, so to get away from the mass influx of people I decided to head out Tioga Road… I arrived at Porcupine Flat Trailhead and began the 8 miles round trip hike. Clear skies, very little smoke in the air. I arrived at my location on and was greeted by two rangers with electronics and a decent sized antenna. They told me to be careful because there was a mama and baby bear in the area. I was not lucky enough to see them during the daylight hours and I sure as hell didn’t want to see them on my hike back to the trailhead at 100 am! The skies were clear, the wind was minimal, and the Milky Way was fantastic! The walk back in the dark by myself was a bit nerve-racking!
Camera: Nikon D810
Lens: Otus Zeiss 55mm f1.4
Foreground: 55mm, ISO 100, F14, 1.30 seconds
Milky Way: 55mm, ISO 320, f/4, 120 seconds