Photographers Sean Lenz and Kristoffer Abildgaard came up with a great idea of of mixing long exposure nighttime photography, waterfalls, and glow sticks. The result is an incredible rainbow of beauty.
For a while we’ve been praising (and making fun of) photographers. We know it’s not an easy gig and it’s an art that the majority of the general public doesn’t really appreciate. Sure, it may seem like you just hang out all day and take pictures, but those are generally lazy photographers. REAL photographers have to bust their butt, drag around gear, make sure the lighting is right, wait forever to get the perfect shot, or spend hours and hours staring at a computer screen looking at the pores of people’s skin to fix all those blemishes makeup couldn’t hide
These posters from The Shoppe Designs are a nod to that hard work and illustrate what photographers would say (if they could) to all the misconceptions and stereotypes about what they do.
For over 2 decades The Tropicana indoor water park in Rotterdam was the place to go for swimming and fun. Billed as a subtropical aquatic complex, this paradise boasted water slides, a wave pool, saunas and even a nighttime discotheque. Most travel websites still list Tropicana as a “must see” attraction when visiting Rotterdam and even describe it as “a true paradise to take refuge from the cold climate”.
Unfortunately the park closed in 2010 after the company filed bankruptcy. Since then the once great location has been left to the elements awaiting it’s demolition to make way for a senior citizen’s facility.