Annnnnnnd I’m back!!
How has everyone been over the last little while?
I took some time off from social media during this pandemic to just concentrate on being happy and enjoying the smaller things in life
I also got my printshop up and running. Finally! This has been something long in the making but I just never made the time. As I had some in abundance recently and there was some bribery of burgers and milkshakes if I got it done, so I made it happened
You can check the link in my bio for the page, where you’ll find this photo available to print, plus a bunch more, some not seen on here too. To help kick start the sales I’ve added a few promo codes so the faster you buy the more of a discount you’ll get. At the checkout, use either ‘launch20’, ‘launch10’ or ‘launch5’ for 20, 10 or 5% discount on your purchase
Let me know what you think, even if you don’t buy anything, all feedback is a great help. If there is anything that you see on my IG but isn’t on the shop then let me know and I can add it for you
Thanks for reading my essay, happy shopping and I’m excited to be back and sharing with you again
So went a lot through „old“ Harddrives and had fun to look through some fun adventures. One of my favorite landscape shots was this one from Canada, two years ago.
I would be there right now if 2020 went like I planned…but there is a reason for, that not everything is turning out like we want...and sometimes things are going to be better then we could ever imagine
My grandmother (Amma) lived in a small apartment in North Dakota with my mom when they first moved to America. Amma sat by the window while my mom was at work. She knew the time the Chinese restaurant opened, who walked outside and at what time. She sorted lentils, prayed, read, and gazed. It was a routine she maintained for the rest of her life, and her face at the window became a fixture in mine. .
I've been working on a project and doing tele-psych for the past couple weeks, and my laptop is next to a window too. I moved the ottoman so Pony sits beside me. I hardly look at the clock, but I realized I measure time differently: .
Mid-morning the neighbor walks a huffing pug and Pony's ears perk up. Noon brings an excitable golden doodle puppy who pulls his owner along and Pony whines a little because he wants to play. The honk of each LIRR reminds me that I should refill my water. At 3 pm the ice cream truck comes around and Pony and I go for a walk. At 5 pm the truck sings again and I make some tea. The last wail of the train reminds me to shut my laptop and go outside.
And that reminds me in turn that if we're very lucky, we can become the people we love. .
This day on our honeymoon made me proud of my wife to the next level. It was cold and rainy most of our hike/run and all we had were light shell jackets that cannot even be called water resistant. Yet there she was, smiling as if in heaven nearly the whole time. Until of course the temp dropped quite a bit and we were soaked to the bone. Yet even then she was patient with me taking photographs and slowing us down. She is a quirky painter, an intelligent doctor, and an avid reader of mostly intellectual books(despite a few cheap dramas here and there). I also now call her Bugaboo after our favorite Canadian park.
This is exactly how I will feel once this mess is over and I can get out and explore the world again! We will get through this and come back stronger as a country and world. It’s incredible to see people and businesses pulling together! #rockymountaineer#explorealberta#traveltheworld
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They say life is a highway and we all travel our own roads, some good, some bad, yet each is a blessing of its own. 🚗 🏔 .(📷@jguzmannn)
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Until next time Canada, eh? 🤙🏻🇨🇦🔜🇦🇽
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