After about 4 hours, I am at last home.Continue reading “Highway 12 Road Trip Day 4”
Okay, day 3 of 4. I had probably driven almost 500 miles by now. I’ll have to check my odometer in the morning.Continue reading “Highway 12 Road Trip Day 3”
This is day 2 of my 4 day trip along the All-American highway (Highway 12). This is actually the first day touring Highway 12 as I spent yesterday in Capitol Reef.Continue reading “Highway 12 Road Trip Day 2”
It was such a beautiful day today. Though I’m dog-tired having driven almost 300 miles and fulfilled my 10,000 steps today, I had such a great time. It is very rare to get a quiet day without my mom and the jet noise from the air force base. It’s one of those rare days I get to just focus on nature.
Now onto Day 2…
Residing the intermountain region of the United States, I’m pretty much landlocked. My typical sceneries are mountains, mountains, and more mountains.Continue reading “Lens-Artists Challenge #140: Change of Scenery”
It’s been a while since I participated in this challenge. This week’s theme is All About the Scenery and I came up with these two photos which are sort of a continuation from this post as both were taken during my solo trip to Capital Reef National Park in 2018.Continue reading “A Photo a Week Challenge: All About the Scenery”
I’ve had many special moments over the years. Most of them are of moments of solitude from watching the sunset on an island to completing solo hikes to catching a glimpse of autumn colors at its peak. It’s tough to have moments of peace and quiet with a family that can turn even the happiest moment in the most beautiful landscape into an argument at the drop of a hat.Continue reading “Lens-Artists Challenge #139: Special Moments”
If I have to pick my all-time favorite image of 2020, it would be this one and it’s not because I was all alone and could take my sweet time to create this awesome landscape.Continue reading “Lens-Artists Challenge #129: Favorite Image of 2020”
There is something about nature that if you manage to catch it in the right moment and under the right light, it’s so beautiful that you will remember it for the rest of your life. I got the chance to witness such wonder this year during the height of autumn on September 20th. I was so glad I brought my best lens along to capture those moments.