Photos taken on our family vacation trip to Lake George, New York July, 2020 Thank you for stopping by and scrolling through. Leave a comment and share with your friends! Make sure to check out my other blog posts
If you love traveling and your enthusiasm for foreign cultures prompts you to buy a one-way ticket, chances are you follow a certain set of unspoken rules that I call: The Avid Traveler's Code of Conduct
Photos taken May 30, 2020 Hideaway Village Buzzard's Bay, Massachusetts hey guys, I’m Ryan I really appreciate you checking out this article! If you enjoyed scrolling though PLEASE share with your friends & family! If you want to see more of my travels feel free to check out my other blogs and articles as well. … Continue reading Finding Peace & Quiet at Hideaway Village
Taken from my journal's pages, these travel anecdotes reflect on a wide range of subjects that I wrote about while in New England the last 5 months
I bought a flight to North Dakota with the purpose of reconnecting with my brother who I hadn't seen in almost two years. After basic and technical training in Texas, the Airforce assigned Kegan to the antonym of things-to-do Minot, North Dakota where if you look out into the distance all you see is land … Continue reading Minot, North Dakota
Like all of you, I spent both the winter season and spring cooped up at home social distancing, self-quarantining and losing partial sanity.
In the month of May I spent two weeks in Buzzard's Bay, Massachusetts with family & friends. During this time we made it a priority to walk along the canal at least once a day, although usually it ended up being two or three thanks to how scenic it was during the spring. As of … Continue reading May Memories on Cape Cod’s Canal
Take a walk around your neighbourhood- no matter how uninspiring it may be- and find scenes you can photograph!
Here are my Portra 400 film selects from the months of February & March, 2020
A collection of my top 10 favourite photos I took during the last two months of quarantine.
If only you were able to get away, start over, and live how you actually want to live.This is what the geographical cure promises.
Wherever you are right now, stop and look around.