Sunrise at Humber Bay - first time shooting sunrise here and what I were originally planning was just scouting and practicing, it turned out to be pretty good while the Sun aligned perfectly behind the tip of @CNtower at some point during time-lapsing. I'd been thinking about to get some sunrise shots like these for quite a while, and I think it's worth it for me to wake up at 4am?
Swipe left to see the time-lapse and more.
@CanonCanada EOS 6D
@TamronUSA SP 70-200mm f/2.8 Di VC USD G2 at 200mm
@KaseFiltersGlobal 6-stops ND Filters
ISO200 f/11 1/100s
May 16, 2019 ...
دقیقا از موقع سپیده دم، از همون موقعی که شب تموم میشه و هوا به روشنی میزنه ،تا موقع طلوع و کمی هم حتی بعد از اون ...
یعنی اون زمان هایی که بهش میگن گرگ و میش صبح گاهی،
انگار که فضا پر از انرژیه،پر از موج های مثبت، انگار که اگر روزت رو اون موقع شروع کرده باشی و بالا اومدن خورشید رو ببینی روزت یک جور دیگه خواهد بود ، حالا هر جای دنیا که باشی...
۱)طول زمان گرگ و میش به عرض جغرافیایی جایی که هستید بستگی داره، از چند دقیقه در استوا تا حتی چند ساعت در مدارهای نزدیک به قطب
۲) از لحاظ اسطوره شناسی در کشور های مختلف خدایانی برای این زمان خاص روز معرفی شدن ، از لحاظ مذهبی هم روایات زیادی هست که سفارشات خاصی برای این موقع روز داره و صحبت از فرشته هایی هست که در این زمان مسئول تقسیم روزی اون روز آدمها هستند. ...
How are you feeling about the snow this week? ⛄️ This guy is loving it!
But I know this time of year is challenging for a lot of people. We are surrounded by this expectation to be joyful and merry, which is difficult when you’re feeling sad and emotional.
Do you suffer from Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) during the winter months? Many people don’t even realize there is a term for it. SAD is a type of depression that occurs with the change in season from summer to fall/winter. You might have noticed yourself losing interest in your favourite activities, lacking your typical energy, having trouble sleeping, feeling more irritable and agitated than usual, or feeling a general sense of hopelessness. Does this sound like you? We often normalize these feelings “because it’s winter” but even though it’s a common concern, it isn’t normal and you don’t have to just live with it. You can ask for help. This is the perfect time of year to seek treatment and proactively support your mood so it doesn’t affect your quality of life this winter.
To get you started, here are 3 things you can do to improve your mood this weekend:
💕 Make plans with a friend. Winter can feel isolating so it helps to have a reason to get out of the house and stay connected with your loved ones.
💦 Sweat. Find a type of exercise that you enjoy and that gets your heart rate up!Either find an outdoor winter activity you love or find an exercise class/indoor gym that you can go to throughout the winter months. Build it into your weekly routine.
☀️ Take your vitamin D! All Canadians should be taking at least 1000IU of vitamin D throughout the winter months (and even all year round!). Children should take between 400-1000IU daily, depending on their age. A vitamin D deficiency could be contributing to your low mood.
If those lifestyles changes aren’t helping, message me or contact your healthcare provider for more support 💙