first of all, I am a fan of your pictures. And it just dawned to me that there seems to be rarely people in them. You got beautiful weather, sunset, sun rise, buildings, roads, rivers, sceneries, animals, big and small. But mostly the roads seem to be empty. Sounds just like in MSFS of XP
Thanks and yes, most of the stuff I put online doesn’t have people in it. For my commute I ride small back roads and cycling paths that don’t have a lot of traffic so you’ll rarely see people there and I am not really into street photography. I much rather spend my free time enjoying nature or cycling away from city centres. Berlin is the exception there. For some reason I always enjoy my visits although I can’t imagine living there.
I do take a lot of family photos (portraits, parties, holidays etc.) as well, it’s just that I generally don’t put them on the internet for all to see.
I do have a little street photography on Flickr but it’s not much.
Those are really nice Derbysieger
OMG it has another head on its belly!
Mutation! Aberration! The end is near!
In NSW, the fire danger period (bushfire season) runs from 1 Oct to 30 Apr. It is rare to get a call out to anything other than a structure fire or motor vehicle accident outside of the of bushfire season.
This year I have attended seven grass fires and 4 bush/forest fires since March!
The latest is this one. Considering I can see it from my place guess where I was all yesterday until 2am this morning?. I will be back there today.
What has really got us all PO’d was that the idiots who started it thought it would be a good idea to burn off a pile when eveything is bone dry, temps are in the high twenties (celcius), humidity hovering around 30% and wind at 30km/h with 60km/h gusts???
At least they got a chance to have a bit of a chat with the Police
Nice. ‘Idyllic’ springs to mind and I have a sudden urge to write poetry
So you are saying you didn’t buy it? Obi () must be so disappointed