Night Shots and Scenery on a Remote Island and Forest in Suriname
Some of you may have read this before, but for those who haven't, I just bought a new phone that's about 5 years apart technology-wise from my previous phone. And I am still amazed by the pictures I'm able to capture nowadays. So much so that I don't really know what to share and what not. During my recent trip I took some awesome pictures of the scenery in the forest and on the island we were at. I also tested the night shots and I was not disappointed. The picture above was taken from the cabin where we resided while it was raining, which made for a beautiful scenic shot. Another neat thing I could test was the water resistance of my new toy.
The night mode was the next thing to take a stab at. When I tried taking pictures of the moon before it was always pitch black darkness with a pixelated ball of light, but not anymore as you can see.
I'm particularly proud of this one.
And this one is a close second. :)
The boats parked by the boatsmen, with the various cabins in the background.
At this point we were taking a stroll around the island, when the rain started misbehaving. Luckily my new lens could capture the moment.
Eventually I decided to take a stroll through the forest.
Almost went for a swing, but decided last minute I was too old for that as I would probably pull something.
Then I met this tree who told me I had nothing to complain about, as he was hundreds of years old and still standing strong, withstanding everything life throws at him. So I thanked him for the wisdom and bid him adieu. I could learn a thing or two from mr. Tree.
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