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  • Pro travel tip: a lot of people actually asked me how many/how big of luggage I brought to my trip. But really you just need to travel with your mom who’s the same size as you and swap things around🤣 points if your momma is an insta mom #blessed
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What’s your best travel tip?
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Ps; I’ve been getting more questions about my photography/instagram experiences (managing feed, how to connect with people, engagements, etc). I’d love to answer your questions and share on my feed. What would you like to know?
  • Pro travel tip: a lot of people actually asked me how many/how big of luggage I brought to my trip. But really you just need to travel with your mom who’s the same size as you and swap things around🤣 points if your momma is an insta mom #blessed
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    What’s your best travel tip?
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    Ps; I’ve been getting more questions about my photography/instagram experiences (managing feed, how to connect with people, engagements, etc). I’d love to answer your questions and share on my feed. What would you like to know?
  • 45 2 49 minutes ago
  • Beirut. The photo you see here is one of my personal favourites. From the colour tones to the placement of the fisherman and his fishing rod. Regrettably though this photo wasn’t taken on my film camera, but rather my digital camera.

We had the morning off work and decided to go for a stroll through town. I had my film camera strapped over my shoulder and my canon 5D in my hand. Dad told me to go inside and grab a bag to put the camera in, not the smartest idea to be walking around the Middle East with something that valuable in my hand. This isn’t New Zealand after all.

I remember the light being beautiful and soft down that morning, like the sun was being defused by a massive 10x10km scrim.

We made our way down a long concrete stair case and found ourselves at the waterfront. We were greeted by a view a of people working out down on the rocks that hugged the sea. Having seen quiet enough of that we walked down to the other end of the water front where we saw a bunch people fishing. All of them had these large fishing rods like the one you see in this photo. Everyone was bunched up next to one another, shoulder to shoulder. I went for a wonder looking down bellow to find the perfect shot. I then stumbled upon this guy. Alone, still and quietly waiting for the rod to tighten. I knew I had time to get my shot.

I’m still not sure why I used my digital camera over my film camera. But hey, at least I got the shot.
  • Beirut. The photo you see here is one of my personal favourites. From the colour tones to the placement of the fisherman and his fishing rod. Regrettably though this photo wasn’t taken on my film camera, but rather my digital camera.

    We had the morning off work and decided to go for a stroll through town. I had my film camera strapped over my shoulder and my canon 5D in my hand. Dad told me to go inside and grab a bag to put the camera in, not the smartest idea to be walking around the Middle East with something that valuable in my hand. This isn’t New Zealand after all.

    I remember the light being beautiful and soft down that morning, like the sun was being defused by a massive 10x10km scrim.

    We made our way down a long concrete stair case and found ourselves at the waterfront. We were greeted by a view a of people working out down on the rocks that hugged the sea. Having seen quiet enough of that we walked down to the other end of the water front where we saw a bunch people fishing. All of them had these large fishing rods like the one you see in this photo. Everyone was bunched up next to one another, shoulder to shoulder. I went for a wonder looking down bellow to find the perfect shot. I then stumbled upon this guy. Alone, still and quietly waiting for the rod to tighten. I knew I had time to get my shot.

    I’m still not sure why I used my digital camera over my film camera. But hey, at least I got the shot.
  • 45 4 1 hour ago
  • “Geçen zamana nispeten daha çok çalışacağız. Daha az zamanda daha büyük işler başaracağız.” Mustafa Kemal Atatürk
  • “Geçen zamana nispeten daha çok çalışacağız. Daha az zamanda daha büyük işler başaracağız.” Mustafa Kemal Atatürk
  • 61 1 7 hours ago
  • Incredible
  • Incredible
  • 37 1 9 hours ago
  • It's Tuesday and I miss traveling
  • It's Tuesday and I miss traveling
  • 106 2 23 April, 2019