Perfect timing of waves cresting.
LET ME EXPLAIN WHY THIS IS COOL:
With cameras, like eyes, the more light the better to see something. Less, the less you can see.
Now, to be able to take a photo of something moving fast, you either need to follow it at the same speed and/or have A LOT of light so that nothing ends up blurry.
This photo was taken at—I think—sunset. There is LITTLE light. Meaning HOW THE HECKA HOO WERE YOU ABLE TO TAKE A PERFECTLY DETAILED PHOTO OF A FAST MOVING FORMLESS OBJECT IN DIM LIGHT???
Make me choose between:
Show: _______ or ________ ?
Character: ________ or _________ ?
Pairing: _________ or _________ ?
Anything: ________ or _________ ?
And i can’t help but notice
you reflect in this heart of mine.
remember when the teacher dragged a tv on wheels like this kind of thing
and you knew it was gonna be an awesome day
You obviously don’t remember correctly.
You had to push it, not drag it, or this would have happened: