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Weekly Photo Challenge: Solitary

 

We were traveling through New Mexico and arrived to Sand Dunes National Park only about 30 minutes before the park closed. It was empty. The desert stretched forever and it looked as if we were on another planet then just right off a highway in New Mexico.

Just in time for the sunset, we had a blast taking pictures and soaking up the amazing feeling of being all alone in a vast space.

To read more about our trip, click here.

For more information on the Weekly Photo Challenge, click here.


Weekly Photo Challenge: Everyday Life

Walking through the streets of Rome we happened upon two street performers fully engulfed in their craft. The harmony of their dance against the iconic city street captivated and swept us away into an often neglected state of wonder. In this random instant, an idle moment of their everyday became a lasting image in ours.


Weekly Photo Challenge: Near and Far

This week’s photo challenge is about perspective.

Here we are in the French Countryside.

No, I can’t tell you about Spain, Italy or the splendor of the distant Swiss alps….well, because we haven’t gotten there yet. What I can tell you is that over the past week, Nicole and I have been engulfed in the marvelous serenity of the french countryside.

Yes, Paris was great. If you have cash, some star-tude and a frilly scarf, it’s the place…but if your taste is more visual, hitting cruise control on a rolling highway north of Bordeaux is paramount.


Weekly Photo Challenge: Free Spirit

In 2010, we rented an RV and drove through Europe for 6 weeks. We didn’t really have too much of a plan, just enter the next city we wanted to visit into the GPS and hit the road.

When we left Cannes and were heading to Geneva, Switzerland our GPS said 8 hours.

These eight hours ended up being 3 days for us. The path brought us through the most amazing roads I have ever driven on. We were driving through the alps in an RV. The roads were narrow, there were no guide posts and the fog was unbelievable.


Weekly Photo Challenge: Urban

We were walking down the streets in Manhattan, NY. It was like one of those iconic moments where your camera takes a picture on its own. Although I have only been to NY twice, whereas my husband was brought up on the Island… I find it as fascinating as most! My mind imagines these crazy stories of the people and night life that takes place in the city.

How did this guitar get here? Was it a love serenade gone bad? Or time for an upgrade? Was it a dream made, maybe a small town girl like Coyote Ugly, finally made it in the city and traded in her old model in?


Weekly Photo Challenge – Merge

 

The first thing that came to mind when I read this weeks photo challenge was our lives. Adam and I eloped a little over 2 years ago at this spot in Koh Samui, Thailand.

We eloped at The Kala Samui. You can read more about that amazing day here.

To merge is to blur the individuality or individual identity and on that day we created a partnership built on love, unity and a commitment to happiness.

 

merge with confidence and heart,

Nicole

*The photo was taken by the hotel Photographer*


Weekly Photo Challenge – Wrong


Weekly Photo Challenge: Growth

 

While spending time in Phnom Penh, my wife and I learned a lot. Most importantly we learned that life is more than the house you live in, the money you have in your bank account and the fancy clothes you wear. The growth you gain internally by experiencing other things in life will change you forever. Phnom Penh was full of poverty, but everyone was smiling. Everyone there knew that life, family and happiness is worth more than anything you can ever buy.

The growth we experienced in this amazing city was inspiring and extremely life changing.

You can read more about our time there.


Weekly Photo Challenge: Purple

ImageReal men wear Purple… Purple Aprons… and take cooking classes!

My wife and I were on our 5 month backpacking trip through Asia and Europe when she wanted to sign up for Thai Cooking classes in Chiang Mai.

Not only did I make curry with a mortar and pestle, but I donned a purple apron.

I have to say, I’m a pretty decent cook and we may have bought the Thai Cookbook but  when offered the opportunity, I did not buy the apron.


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