The power we often yield to self and society imposed limitations is mind and soul numbing. Strive each day to try something new and appreciate those that support and celebrate your honesty, strength and beauty.
Here is an example of an image I would have never taken in the past due to the discomfort of photographing within a group. But now I seek these opportunities out and I sincerely enjoy photo exploring with others. It’s fun and in all honesty I often see more when I’m with others. Of course I still enjoy solitary photo-wandering but sharing new adventures with others is very enriching for me. I hope that I give back to those around me.
Ballet dancers on the Malecon in front of Castillo de los Tres Reyes Magos del Morro, named after the three biblical Magi, a fortress guarding the entrance to #Havana bay in Havana, Cuba.
Another beautiful night shot of Shanghai. What a lovely city!
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I went to #hongkong for a #NUSMBA classmate's #wedding despite all the chaos seen in the news. It's always overblown and I prefer on the ground information from locals than what comes out in the media. Very happy I made the trip despite major work deadlines right after.
November 30, 2019 - Y’all have not lived until you see a rock band perform at a gaming convention. Watching people streaming the performance while the actual show was going on in front of them was one of the oddest things I’ve ever witnessed. But c’est la vie, smash that right trigger, keep calm and Fortnite on. Or whatever you guys do.
Tokyo, you’re a beast. You work 14 hour days and commute hours sometimes just to get there. You drink to excess almost every other night while eating some of the best food on the planet. I catch you sleeping every chance you get on the train from exhaustion but you still manage to always be kind, respectful and courteous.
You have and will always continue to fascinate me.
Sunrise over the Cascade River Valley in Minnesota’s Superior National Forest. According to the USDA, the SNF is the fourth largest forest in the National Forest System, and is “the largest and only wilderness of substantial size east of the Rocky Mountains and north of the everglades.” .
I spent the last few days photographing Grey Seals and it’s quite difficult to get an unusual shot that isn’t the regular portrait. Here we see a female grey seal amongst the dune grass back lit by the early morning sun. Grey seals use highly sensitive whiskers to detect fish-generated water movements when hunting in poor visibility or dark conditions. New research says that they are even able to detect the fastest fish when hunting using their whiskers sensitivity.