I was always in awe of some of my grandfather's stories. My favorite was a recounting of when he worked in Rome after the war (WWII that is). He would walk past the Colosseum every day + spend his evenings in the Villa Borghese Gardens. What an experience! But to my grandfather, it was normal. Marveling at the giant pillars of a world + a time before us, was not a "life-changing experience." Rather, the past lives of the places we see are woven deep into the tapestry of our current experience. ✨ So, to share in the story, I give you my view to work: The Richardson Olmsted Campus.
Back to Key Largo trip.
And that great feeling of being on the boat and looking at the endless ocean 🌊
I am curious-
Who else suffers from seasickness while being on the boat? 🤢
I personally don’t suffer, 🙏🏼
so luckily I can be there and take care of @sam_awat while he is having a hard time on the boat.
One week until Christmas!
Another throwback to roaming around the desert in Morocco. For this shot I needed a tripod so I made a pile of all available items including something that looked like a large spaghetti strainer and balanced my camera on that.