I don’t necessarily enjoy being in water, but I definitely enjoy looking at it. Fountains, waterfalls, beaches, rivers, lakes, rainy days… They all make up beautiful and peaceful sceneries. Water definitely has a calming attribute to it. Continue reading “H20 Around The World”
It’s nice to reminiscence sometimes, isn’t it? And nowadays we can look back to many of our happy memories through available photos and video, which in turn, make us nostalgic. Nostalgia can be painful, but it’s also a good thing. It means we lived through happy moments which became happy memories, fuel for our soul, and it also means we can create many more happy moments. I know I’m looking forward to the future, I know the best is yet to come. Continue reading “Nostalgia Around The World”
I like standing on edges. I like that feeling of adrenaline that they provide. I have the opposite of fear of heights, the higher the better. And some of the best views come from getting up high.
I have gathered a collection of photos of me and other people standing on edges of things around the world. Don’t worry, they’re not scary (in case you do have a fear of heights). Enjoy! Continue reading “On The Edge Around The World”
As you can see in the reflection of London on the Thames River above, we’re not talking about literal mirrors only here today. We’re talking about mirror reflections. Why are reflection photos so cool? Is it just me? I really like them. And apparently, I like taking photos of them too, even if they’re not that good. Continue reading “Mirrors Around The World”
It’s safe to say I am NOT a morning person. Just ask anyone that has had to deal with me any time before 8am. And I’m not a coffee person either. I hear people can deal with people after they’ve had their coffee, I don’t have a fix haha. The best thing is to not talk to me until after 9am. I honestly don’t know how I survived all those mornings in school all the way to High School. University was nice, classes started at 10am! Continue reading “Morning Around The World”
I love narrow spaces. They are fun to me. Narrow bridges (better if they’re hanging), narrow labyrinth paths, narrow alleyways in cool towns, narrow caves, narrow hiking trails overlooking cliffs… I guess you could say I’m the opposite of claustrophobic, I enjoy the thrill of spaces like these. The thrill where it feels like there is danger, but really there is none, okay sometimes there is, especially when you’re hiking along a cliff. Continue reading “Narrow Around The World”
I don’t notice much. I’m a pretty distracted person. I wouldn’t describe myself as observant. But I surely enjoy details when I pay attention, especially when it comes to art. But we can find detail in nature, architecture, engineering and even human organs. Below I’ve gathered a few detailed things from across my travels. Enjoy! Continue reading “Details Around The World”
I’m very short so I tend to look up a lot. Sometimes we might miss something if we don’t. We are so used to looking down at our feet when we walk that we often forget to see beyond. In this series of photographs I show you what I saw when I looked up a few times around the world. Continue reading “Looking Up Around The World”
In this day and age I feel like people need to lighten up. Everyone is looking for something to fight about. People are fed up with things and they’re choosing to argue, fight, and protest about them instead of choosing the kind, giving, forgiving, cheerful, and understanding path. We think we are doing something good by fighting for “what’s right”, but what is right? We all have absolutely completely different notions of what’s right. Who’s right? Are we really that arrogant? Continue reading “Jubilant Around The World”
People’s faces tell stories. Their eyes, their frown lines, their smile lines, their spots (freckles, sun spots…), their color. All these things can tell you a lot about a person, especially if you pay attention, and everyone has their own unique version, even twins.
I invite you to come for a trip around the world through some faces I have captured in my travels. Continue reading “Faces Around The World”