Christmas is here, which means lots of fun markets and fairs, which translates to expensive food, shitty drinks, random music but good company of friends and excellent opportunity for capturing some photos. That last two bits usually makes braving the cold on a weekend afternoon, quite worthwhile.
Winterparadijs event is one of the largest that happens in Amsterdam and despite me living in this city for almost 7 years, its the first time I ended up there.
The merry-go-around’s made for some interesting long exposures.
I lugged my camera while onto the elevated-merry-go-around-thing (what is it called anyway?) which produced some doozy pictures
It literally just that a spotters place, for spotting airplanes, near the Schiphol Airport. This particular spot is right beside the westernmost 18R/36L runway of the Schiphol Airport, which also happens to be the longest.
Every time my father visits me, we make it a point to go visit and often. Armed with my favorite lens (135mm f2) and the camera (Sony A7iii), I set out to capture some night shots
What sets this place apart is the proximity to the runway, with a little fence and a moat to separate, while being just a stone’s throw away. Such a lax and relaxed existence around airports is quite an unimaginable sight either in India or the US.
I particularly enjoyed watching people watch airplanes and capturing the silhouettes they cast
The sight of the airport infrastructure twinkling in the night on the horizon had a pretty dystopian feel to it.
lost in a summery sunset while
I wonder where am headed…