Freeport, Bahamas

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“So this image was actually taken two years ago while I was on a cruise with my family. It was a pretty amazing time to be quite honest. The exposure to a vastly different society was quite the experience I wouldn’t trade for the world. Between the local’s and the amazing beaches I can diffidently see myself heading back down in the future.”

The Colosseum, Rome

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“Being to the Colosseum in Rome was a breath taking moment of my life. For the first time ever, I was at a place where I had already understood the history, and seen countless times before, although never in person. Walking in through the stone arcs was an experience unlike any other, akin to your first time riding a bike, or your first trip on your own. This day was a day of clouds, and drizzle, which is what i am used to as I am from the foggiest capital city in the world (St. John’s)  but to me, it was a day unlike any other. My mind still holds the taste of the air and the the sound of the crowds of people, enjoying the same monument that I was.”

The Feeling of Freedom

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“This photo was taken sometime in the summer of 2014, when I got the thing I had been waiting for, for most of my childhood. A Dirt bike. It wasn’t much really, just a 100cc Baha bike (garbage really), but that bike opened my world up in such an amazing way. I suddenly was able to tred throughout the landscape, in lightning time. I could meet up with people and go ride for hours before I ran out of gas, but most importantly, that feeling of being a child and wanting something for so long, and finally getting it. That was the best feeling of all, the feeling of childhood contentment. This is one of the first photos I snapped somewhere outside of Clark’s Beach, where my grandmother once owned a cabin. And believe me, the view was truly breathtaking.”

Venice Italy Skyline Photo

What an amazing place to be! What could one ask for besides being on small islands in the ocean, built mainly by pouring ancient fill and concrete over stilts, all while being surrounding by the shear sound of crowds of people, without the familiar revving of car and truck engines (as Venice is a walking city).

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“Venice, Italy. What an amazing place to be! What could one ask for besides being on small islands in the ocean, built mainly by pouring ancient fill and concrete over stilts, all while being surrounding by the shear sound of crowds of people, without the familiar revving of car and truck engines (as Venice is a walking city). The history that this group of island holds, is unbelievably vast, and you can feel it at every corner of the city. I snapped this image before I set foot for the first time on the main islands that make up the ancient city state! I thought that this was a beautiful, once in a life time shot ( as it is very expensive to travel from North America to Europe!) and decided to snap this one. A snapshot in time, that will forever be in my memory”

My Latest Project:Photography and Blogging

Welcome to my latest project, to find inspiring images that provoke thought in most and share them to you people. I believe that imagery is one of the best ways to preserve a memory, as well as that photography is a beautiful art form when done correctly. Come join me as I travel throughout my world taking as many breath taking images as possible.

Every photo can share a story, and I hope you enjoy the stories that I can share with you.

On top of my plans to post varies photos I also plan on posting many miscellaneous blogs on all things from my opinions to the latest update on life.

 

Current Mountain

 

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This photo was taken in Swift Current, Newfoundland of the Swift Current bay grouping of islands. Many locals call these the “Turtle islands” (which is a very common name for islands in varies communities on the rock) but I believe that this beautiful snow covered landscape of the background hill/mountain is what truly captivates me. The mountain shows the beautiful landscape that was just a few thousand years ago (between a few thousand to a few tens of thousands) being carved by miles of receding glaciers. Part of the reason I believe Newfoundland is a beautiful place is because of the vast mix of common and exotic geological history of the land, as it was also the meeting point of three continents at one point in time.

 

 

 

If you would like to check out any of my other projects throughout the internet, make sure to stop by my “About” page as the links should be there.