PHOTOGRAPHY: Fajardo, Puerto Rico I was surprised by the grandness of Fajardo’s central square. It is pretty, clean, and colorful. The neighborhoods are a unique mix of colors, patterns, and styles. There are vibrant interesting details. There are crumbling homes right next to well-maintained more modern structures. The “yard art” is different in […]
A few years ago, I wrote about the Little Italy Food Tour in San Francisco. I recently discovered photos I took of this historic bakery. I love these images, so I figured I should share… even if I am a bit tardy. San Francisco Bread Company What is the most surprisingly interesting place you’ve photographed?
Today is the Pride Parade in my hometown Columbus, Ohio. My yoga studio got creative with sidewalk art to celebrate. Happy Pride!
Lover’s Leap is about half an hour from Treasure Beach. It is named after two slaves Mizzy and Tunkey. According to legend, their master wanted Mizzy for himself, so he arranged for Tunkey to be sold. Mizzy and Tunkey fled to avoid being separated but were eventually chased to the edge of a large steep […]
I have traveled a lot in 2015. I traveled so much that I haven’t even had time to share all of my trips with you. So in the spirit of reflection, I decided to take a quick trip down memory lane and share a favorite photo from each of my travel destinations. 2015 in Travel Photos […]
I always strive to get a glimpse of the local culture when I travel, whether I am on a longer international trip or a short business trip. The longer you spend in a place, the more opportunity you have to hear, see, and feel. You start to understand the joys, the struggles, and priorities of […]
I recently wrote about the importance of disconnecting in order to reconnect with nature, with wonder, with myself. While it is good to find small ways to do this everyday, it is important for me to incorporate this into my travels and make it a priority for a longer period of time. So how did […]
I recently shared how I do my best to live a simple life even when life is busy. One thing I do regularly is disconnect and reconnect. Sounds contradictory, right? Let me explain. I disconnect from the noise, the demands, and the minutiae so that I can reconnect with nature, beauty, and discovery. Disconnect There […]
I have been living in one place and working as a full-time consultant in Corporate America for three years now. That means my routine, my needs, my perspective, my relationships, basically everything, is very different from the nearly two years I spent traveling in Latin America focusing on learning and experiencing the world. The […]
I bring you my final photography post (at least from this trip) from Viejo San Juan. In the last Viejo San Juan photography post, I explored different compositions of the same subject. In this post, I use the same topic with a new subject at El Morro. El Morro A photographer challenge For […]