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New York City - Bushwick - Street Art - Brooklyn
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Paris - Eiffel Tower at Night
Paris is the feeling you get,
on nights when
there was nothing else
and stars in the eyes:
glints of hope
Paris is the
in the eyes
Taken on a magical night last night at the Shangri-La Hotel Paris
I opened up my inbox here on my travel photography blog for the first time in months and just realized there are dozens of messages (!). As I am actively still traveling, I just wanted to say that if I haven’t responded, I promise I am not ignoring you. I have just been on the go for the last 3 weeks here in France and have been mainly on my phone (this laptop moment is rare!).
One of the main questions I seem to be getting is how I got my start in photography and consequently in travel photography. I did at some point attempt to start to answer those questions over on my New York City blog on my About Page.
However, you have all made me realize that I sorely need to update that page and possibly make a series of posts about 1) my photography career, and 2) a more in-depth discussion about how I got from where I was nearly five years ago to where I am now (it’s a jagged path full of heartbreak, tears, and a lot of exquisitely beautiful moments).
I plan on doing this once I am back in New York City next week after I recover from this epic adventure. In the meantime, thank you for all of the super-kind messages and discussion.
Paris - Cityscape and Eiffel Tower from Above
were lit up
tales and stories
in the wake
of the embers
This is a 6 second long exposure taken with the Sony a7R that I took while on the top of Tour Montparnasse the first night I was in Paris. In retrospect, it was the perfect time to experience a view like this before I got to explore the city. It was a beautiful night and one I won’t forget.
New York City - Times Square at Night in the Snow
Under city lights,
little bits of hope
on the periphery
as we revel
in a sea
enveloped in the