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Paris: Montmartre street view of Sacré-Cœur Basilica

travelthroughthelens:



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And these streets

they falter

under the weight

of it all:

the joy,

the despair,

the endless

striving

for something,

anything

to 

hold onto.

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Taken on an afternoon in Paris with my Sony A7R while wandering around Montmartre for hours with no particular plan. 

Sometimes those are the best kind of afternoons.


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Paris: Montmartre street view of Sacré-Cœur Basilica

travelthroughthelens:

——

And these streets

they falter

under the weight

of it all:

the joy,

the despair,

the endless

striving

for something,

anything

to

hold onto.

——

Taken on an afternoon in Paris with my Sony A7R while wandering around Montmartre for hours with no particular plan.

Sometimes those are the best kind of afternoons.

——

View: My travel photography portfolio, My Photography Book Releasing in Autumn, 2014, My NYC Blog, On G+,email me, or ask for help.

The Toronto Skyline

travelthroughthelens:



I have been in Toronto, Canada for the last four days and my time here has been nothing short of marvelous. My friend and fellow photographer, Sara Collaton and her boyfriend Kurt Clausnitzer were kind enough to be my hosts for the week for which I am extremely grateful. We consumed a good amount of Maple Whiskey (how Canadian can you get?), had wonderful conversation and explored Toronto together. I shared a few photos over on my Facebook profile and via my Twitter already as well. 

Tomorrow, I will give two presentations at Canada’s largest imaging and photography show: Exposure at the Sony booth. My presentations are about my experiences using the a7R and QX100 while traveling. I am really looking forward to it! On Saturday, I leave Toronto very early in the morning to make my way to Martinique for a slew of tropical adventures (for those who messaged me on Twitter: Yes, I will have bug-spray and sun-tan lotion. And yes, I found shoes for the rainforest :).) 

I took this photo of Toronto’s skyline yesterday afternoon with my a7R after a short ferry ride to one of the islands that sit alongside Toronto’s downtown area. What a gorgeous skyline!


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View: My portfolio, My Gear List, My NYC Blog, On G+,email me, or ask for help.

The Toronto Skyline

travelthroughthelens:

I have been in Toronto, Canada for the last four days and my time here has been nothing short of marvelous. My friend and fellow photographer, Sara Collaton and her boyfriend Kurt Clausnitzer were kind enough to be my hosts for the week for which I am extremely grateful. We consumed a good amount of Maple Whiskey (how Canadian can you get?), had wonderful conversation and explored Toronto together. I shared a few photos over on my Facebook profile and via my Twitter already as well.

Tomorrow, I will give two presentations at Canada’s largest imaging and photography show: Exposure at the Sony booth. My presentations are about my experiences using the a7R and QX100 while traveling. I am really looking forward to it! On Saturday, I leave Toronto very early in the morning to make my way to Martinique for a slew of tropical adventures (for those who messaged me on Twitter: Yes, I will have bug-spray and sun-tan lotion. And yes, I found shoes for the rainforest :).)

I took this photo of Toronto’s skyline yesterday afternoon with my a7R after a short ferry ride to one of the islands that sit alongside Toronto’s downtown area. What a gorgeous skyline!

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View: My portfolio, My Gear List, My NYC Blog, On G+,email me, or ask for help.