I’m wrapping up a week in rural Thailand where I was celebrating the Songkran holiday. Life moves pretty slow in the country – one of the benefits of the slower pace is that you have plenty of time to walk around and take photos! Here are a few of my favorite photos from the week.
I finally had a chance to upload a few photos taken in February during a hike in the Tonto National Forrest in Arizona. I got a new camera since my last post, these photos were shot with a Sony a7ii. Thanks for taking a look!
I got the itch to go out and take some photos on Friday – the only problem was that it was freezing! That’s okay. I bundled up and it turned out to be a lot of fun. Here’s are a few of my favorite photos. I’d be very grateful for any feedback. Thanks!
One of the things you notice about Havana within minutes of arriving are the classic cars all over the roads (some in better shape than others). Here are a few of my favorite pictures of classic cars in Havana from my trip to Cuba earlier this year.
I traveled to Cincinnati last weekend for a work event and I was pleasantly surprised by what I found. It’s a nice city with a lot to do and see. I definitely recommend the Findlay Market!
I had a chance to take a few pics while I was back home in Springfield last week. Fun fact – I actually got asked to leave by police when I was taking the third picture.
All of these pics were taken in Nepal on a cell phone back in 2011. I traveled overland from Darjeerling all the way to Kathmandu then South to Varanasi, India. One of my favorite memories is taking a rickety overnight bus through the Eastern part of the county, being the only Westerner on the bus, and stopping off in villages that were lit only by candles. It felt really magical. I’ve been back once more since and I hope to go again. Absolutely amazing place full of great people.