Todos los fines de semana salimos a recorrer y a conocer la ciudad que es mucho más grande de lo que pensaba. Y como aún hace frío en Toulouse, las tardes en los museos siguen siendo mi panorama ideal para estos días de lluvia.
Pd: Subí un post nuevo al blog donde les muestro todos los lugares que conocimos en Singapur. El link está en mi bio! 🇸🇬
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Feels like Disney designed it. While on drugs.
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Proof that money doesn't buy you class.
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Clutching the edges of our landscape.
It was one of those day that was so bright we could barely see even with our sunnies on!
Did you always know you were gonna be a photographer? No.. Life takes us on some pretty weird journeys. I always love sharing something unexpected.. it’s what make us interesting... that’s usually the thing that draws me to other people honestly... their backstory.
At 19 I had a scholarship to an automotive school in Wyoming, it was my dream to restore old cars in my teens. I bought and sold vintage cars through high school.. kinda a side hustle. But when the perfect opportunity presented itself through auto-shop competitions I turned it down.. I couldn’t go through with it. It would have definitely been a different career path & probably would have made me happy but I decided to I needed more time. I found photography. Fast forward 8 years into my career as a photographer & my wife introduced me to Yoga... I practiced for years & years.. watched her grow as a teacher & practitioner. Finally I got convinced to do a teacher training... I was wayyyyy out of my comfort zone ( like outer galaxy) and it felt really good. I left a lot of emotion on the mat. For a split second I even felt like teaching could be my thing .. a way to reinvent myself in what felt like a less competitive atmosphere than surf photography. But as soon my training ended & my certificate was in my hand I realized just how little I actually knew about myself.. about yoga.. about anything really. It’s amazing how life constantly gives us opportunities for growth. Take em.
What shaped you?
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“When she finally rose, she rose slowly. Avoiding old haunts and sidestepping shiny pennies. Wary of phone calls and promises. And get Love quick schemes”
November 2018 🇵🇾➡️🇧🇷
I had to find the way from Asuncion to Rio de Janeiro in Brasil. I had two options- the short and expensive one (300$ flight) or the long and cheaper one (70$ very comfortable bus, about 30 hours).. which way would you choose?? 🤔
The streets of Asuncion, Paraguay (November 2018) 🇵🇾 One of the things I like to photograph when I travel to a new city is at least one street sign and the scenery around it.. 😅
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