I often fantasize about going off the grid and deleting all my social media presences, being safe and contained and self-sustaining. But the urge to be connected and to share what I've seen is somehow stronger. I second guess most anything I write, so pictures for me are the best way. Here's a shot from Montmartre, a 2h47m train ride from London, where I lived when I took this photo. #deepthoughts#wherenext#june17#introvertparty
One of my favorite pictures of @wrenees, chasing the last of the light at some bridge somewhere in Southern California I've forgotten the name of. Does anyone recognize it?
If I could make music/paint/write poems, all those things would still be about places like these. 💛
🇫🇴Even the humble garden sheds where fish are hung to dry are brimming with color and texture. This is likely the last of my shots from the Faroe Islands, though I'll be returning to nearby Denmark fairly soon. Anywhere in Copenhagen and nearby I must see? Thanks 💛😙
It's been said 'If you want to see what someone fears losing, watch what they photograph.' About all I photograph is the ocean, and for a reason. It's where I go to feel grounded and to find inspiration, and where I feel at home regardless of place. Not to mention, sea creatures are the best! (Still waiting to someday hug a seal.) Do what you can to preserve our lovely oceans. #worldoceansday 🐙🐳🦑
So many unvisited places on my list, though I prefer getting to know a place through repeat visits, watching it become less foreign, establishing history. This is one I hope doesn't change. Is there anywhere else in Greece I must visit? 🇬🇷