I’ve been super busy traveling and shooting and not blogging too much lately. It’s easy to think that as photographer’s we need to visit exotic locations around the world to get good pictures. But there are always photo’s to be made wherever we are, it’s just a matter of seeing them. Returning home to my apartment building from a shoot recently I noticed some decent cloud around the Landmark 81 building, the tallest building in South East Asia, which was recently completed opposite my building and perhaps a kilometer away. I dropped a tripod and shot a long exposure image (below) with a 10 stop neutral density filter. The process took all of five minutes from the ground floor of my building. There is always a picture to be made!