Camping In The Canyons

Travel

For as long as I can remember, the desktop picture on my home computer has been a weathered, eroded arch of red stone. It’s a feature of the landscape in southern Utah, where wind and water have sculpted stone over millions of years into an alien and unrecognizable landscape. Every time I’ve reinstalled Windows or …

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Greyhound Tales – Part 2

Travel

If you haven’t already done so, please read part one of this series before reading this piece! By the time I bid farewell to Carol in Nashville, I was feeling like a seasoned pro at goodbyes. That’s not a great thing to feel, but there were positives to the situation. My wireless connection was working …

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Miami Beaches: A People Watcher’s Paradise

Travel

I’ve been to beaches before. I used to be a four-times-a-year Goa aficionado. I’ve had a serious love affair with Koh Tao’s white sand beaches in Thailand. I’ve taken lounging in a hammock to extremes in Bali. But Miami is something else. It’s the perfect blend of garish opulence and welcoming attitudes. I could imagine …

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Timelapse Videos: my new obsession

Photography

For a long time now, I’ve been fascinated with timelapse videos. I think it all started when I watched Chronos, a 43-minute documentary featuring high-speed timelapses around the world. Then came the BBC’s Earth series which utilized some of the best timelapses I’ve ever seen in my life. Before long, I was hooked and needed …

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