These days, it’s often hard to understand what things really look like. Colors are adjusted, filters are added, and things are clone stamped out, amongst various other atrocities. (and yes, we are guilty of that too!) Photos look instagrammed and over saturated more often than not. But it’s time for … more »
The Galapagos Islands are a place like no other. We have never experienced interactions with animals the same way anywhere else. Sea lions, fearless will come and frolick with you, Marine Iguanas, although shy – will come and sleep next to you, and even birds will stick around unafraid. It’s … more »
On a fine Saturday morning in July, we decided to make a trip with some friends to Etretat, a little town in France that lies in the region of Normandy. The name Normandy rings a bell because this is the place that the allied forces chose to turn around World … more »
As we drove all the way down the pacific coast highway in the US we stopped for a couple of nights at Morro Bay. Morro Bay is a quaint seaside town in the San Luis Obispo county of California. It’s famous because of it’s backwaters and the Morro rock as … more »
Sometimes the moment gives meaning to a picture. Like the first time that you see the Pacific. The largest ocean on our blue planet. To quote a singer and a poet, it did look like a thousand diamonds. The water is warm and wonderful!