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Words for Tomorrow
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Words for Tomorrow

Jan 15, 2018 by

The airport won’t let me upload photos today. So inspired by my Dad, who’s a really wonderful person and encourages me to do things I love without fear, here are some words I wrote the day I left Denver…   In the rearview cranes lording over shells. Flanked by exoskeletons and bordered, at great distance, by shadowy crags dusted white reaching the sky. Denver...

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Delhi, India – Travel Photography
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Our sprint through India’s”Golden Triangle” began in Delhi. In just over a week we saw many of the most striking historic sites, driving about 1,000km to see Jaipur and Agra then back to Delhi. Below you’ll see bits of Delhi including the beautiful mosque Jama Masjid; Humayun’s Tomb-the model of sorts for Taj Mahal; Chandni Chowk, the market in Old Dehli seen from above; and the...

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Hong Kong is Weird
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Hong Kong is Weird

Jan 12, 2018 by

I really like Hong Kong, but it’s just so massive. So hulking. So tall. So crowded. So unlike most places I’ve been in the world. And then, outside the city, there are these tranquil and beautiful rolling hills, seasides, and gorgeous views. But all of a sudden, giant towers spurt from the green in clumps dense with humanity.  So it feels… strange to me....

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Luang Prabang, Laos – Travel Photography
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Luang Prabang was probably the biggest surprise of our trip. I honestly had no idea what to expect of Laos. Someone had casually mentioned not to expect much, suggesting that Luang Prabang was a bit behind in terms of meeting the needs of tourists.  Instead, we found a charming and beautiful French french colonial town propped on a penninsula between the Mekong and Nam Kahn...

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