I found this spot on a recent roadtrip by accident. A huge loading Dock that seemed to be abandoned for quite some years. Broken glass, old pictures and a lot of rust created quite an interesting contrast to the still bright blue and yellow Colors of the railings. This quite unusual setup and the stormy clouds in the background inspired me to get something good here.  The trick itself was quite a challenge on this nearly vertical Dock and it took me at least 15 tries to get the timing just right as I had imagined it in the beginning. 

Printed in Mountainbike Rider Issue 1/2019
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I found this spot on a recent roadtrip by accident. A huge loading Dock that seemed to be abandoned for quite some years. Broken glass, old pictures and a lot of rust created quite an interesting contrast to the still bright blue and yellow Colors of the railings. This quite unusual setup and the stormy clouds in the background inspired me to get something good here. The trick itself was quite a challenge on this nearly vertical Dock and it took me at least 15 tries to get the timing just right as I had imagined it in the beginning. Printed in Mountainbike Rider Issue 1/2019

8 Comments

  • 8 0
 Your pictures never disappoints!
  • 2 0
 Thanks Nicole, much appreciated Smile
  • 3 0
 Love the fact that you're shooting action shots with a TS-E24. Nice work!!
  • 2 0
 It is a special Look you can´t achieve with anything else.
  • 1 0
 @Airik: Well, maybe the 17 or 45mm TS-E Wink
  • 1 0
 @jptothetree: they are both quite weird lenses. I have used all the Canon T/S but only kept the 24 T/S
Feels like the closest thing to watching it with your real eyes.
  • 3 0
 POD!
  • 1 0
 cool!!

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