Guanajuato and San Miguel de Allende are, without question, very special places. The culture, friendly people, tasty food, colorful architecture, and sweeping landscapes all play into it. I was there for about a week and a half back in January and spent a lot of time just walking around and exploring. These are a few of my favorite “walk around” photos. None of them are great but as I learn more, these are two places I’d like to go back to and spend a lot more time shooting.
I visited Seoul back in April and my favorite places to photograph were definitely the Changdeokgung and Gyeongbokgung palaces. Seoul is a huge, modern city and the ancient palaces are a nice contrast. These are few of my favorites.
I finally got around to pulling my pictures from the last few months off of my camera. These photos were taken in Mexico City in January. I absolutely fell in love with Mexico City! It’s got everything you would want from a gigantic city – amazing restaurants, interesting neighborhoods, friendly people, beautiful architecture, and great nightlife. I’m sure I’ll be heading back soon.
I had a chance to visit Chichen Itza last week while I was traveling in the Yucatan Penisula of Mexico with co-workers. Chichen Itza is one of the ‘New 7 Wonders of the World’ and I can see why. When traveling, I’ve come across a lot of ancient temples and archeological sites but Chitzen Itza definitely stands out.
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!