Living in the gap…

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I open my eyes… Just had a dream in which I was on a top of a fast train
(was I actually an engine-driver of it?) …so my heart does this quick “dum dum, dum dum”… yes, I was driving this fast train through the secret rail road 😉

Time to get out. Direction: work. I look at the window. It’s fully covered by drops. It’s raining and I think how badly I want to stay inside and how it is not possible! I grab the umbrella…

I pass this cherry three every day, always thinking that I need to make a photo of it! Its beautiful and its blossoming… Then I say to myself: next time, tomorrow… I hope that tomorrow wont be too late.

I know it’s going to be very busy today. Wednesdays are always amazingly busy. There are many patients that I have to…

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I drive pass this gas station often in town.  I am amazed by its old style pumps contrast with the current gas prices.  I keep telling myself to take a picture of this gas station during night hours to see how it would look.  I came to a realization that night photography is not as simple as I thought it would be. My mistake was that I didn’t take the time to read a best approach to capturing great night photography. Yeah, I’ve been a bit lazy these last couple of weeks.  So I went to the store to grab a couple of items and quickly took out my camera and tripod while I had the chance.  After shooting a couple of shots, I found that speed has an important role within night photography (I think).  Oh well, I need to starting reading again.

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King of Birds

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Broken Light Collective

Photo taken by n23art, a long time depression sufferer. He is from the UK, but had been living in Asia for the last five years. More about him here. Photographed in Prestatyn, Wales, UK.

About this photo: I was waiting for a train which has been delayed, so to pass the time I started photographing seagulls. I didn’t look at the photos until I was back in Korea and I didn’t think they were that interesting, so as an experiment I decided to put all of them together.

**Accepting photo submissions for the Broken Light Collective. See guidelines here.

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