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 […]
2016 was a crazy and awesome year. It was so crazy that I did not get around to editing my travel photos until recently. I quit my job (again), but this time it was NOT to take a travel sabbatical. It was to re-design my lifestyle, focus on personal/ professional development goals, and start my […]
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!
Last year I finally made it to Austin, a city often compared to my favorite quirky city. While I don’t think the cities are that similar beyond the surface, I do think Austin has its own quirky vibe, good food, and an appreciation for craft beer. I enjoyed my stay in Austin and am excited […]
I do not travel much for work, so I was thrilled when I got the opportunity to travel to Raleigh to teach a Professional Scrum course. (Yep, that’s one of the things I do for a living. One day I’ll write about it because it’s pretty cool stuff.) I have a couple of friends in […]
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 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 […]
Part two of my photography series from Viejo San Juan focused on El Morro, the historical fort and World Heritage Site in Puerto Rico. I loved the grounds of El Morro so much and took so many photos that it deserves another post. This time I focus on creating different compositions of the same subject: […]
Part one of my photography from Viejo San Juan focused on the colorful buildings and narrow brick roads of the town. This second part focuses on El Morro, the historic fort and World Heritage Site that is Puerto Rico’s most visited attraction. Historical forts have never interested me in my travels, but El Morro intrigued […]