Street photography in the Colombia’s capital city Bogota … More Street Photography In The Heart of Bogota
This town, about an hour and a half east of Medellin, is known for El Peñol, a granitic rock formation rising 7,005 feet above sea level and overlooking a loss-for-words landscape. … More El Peñol: The Astonishing 360 View of Guatape, Colombia and How To Get There
About 6 months ago my friend Ayla and I were talking about places we wanted to visit around the world. We started listing towns and cities in the States and then branched off into Europe and South America. I don’t remember exactly why, but when we named Colombia we both agreed that’s where we were … More Traveling to Colombia: My Thoughts Before the Trip!
At Redington Shores, you’ll find everything you need to unwind and relax. For miles there’s an abundance of natural beauty stretched along the Gulf of Mexico. I come here often usually to watch the sunset by the pier and catch up with needed alone time.
I wanted to write about what it really means to achieve personal goals because I think we sometimes loose sight of what’s really important. I was talking to a friend the other day about how people are so achievement oriented that they value the end result more than the process leading up to it. This … More What Matters Most When Achieving Personal Goals?
I don’t know a single person who doesn’t want to travel. I think its within the human psyche to want to go to places we’ve never been. We are explorers by nature. We are curious to see the unknown. Traveling is important in whatever form it takes. A road trip to the next state over … More A Few thoughts On Why Travel Is Important
I met Ben Schneider a few weeks ago down in Sarasota, Florida. When I saw the epic view of someone doing back flips on a trick line between two palm trees and in front of the water, I knew I had to pull over and strike up a conversation! Ben told me he was passing … More Slack lining in Sarasota, Florida