Shoutout to this picture for constantly reminding me how I lost my phone walking soberly on this road. Thought you guys would enjoy it too
I turn 26 today! So grateful for all the amazing experiences I've had this past year! And really excited to see what the next year brings!
Here's an obligatory post with my favorite picture of all time! Cheers!
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When it drops below 70° in LA.
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Rolling thru fall like
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Would you spend a night in this abandoned cabin?
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The only living boy in New York.
The bridge with a backdrop
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Stopping in the middle of Park Ave for a pic. I think this is illegal? Question mark?
I LOVE SOFIA. That's right, every person who is born and raised in the capital will know what I am talking about. This symbiosis between the concrete, parks, mountain, modern architecture, Soviet architecture, classical Austrian architecture so on and so forth is so magical. The city hides hundreds of gems and you have to go there and explore it. Yes, I know it has many problems, but still, this is our city and their capital :D Keep it, calm guys, Sofia is not Vienna, nor New York, and it won't be. Sofia has things that other cities don't. How many cities in the world has an inactive volcano next to them? Ok, we will leave the rest of the gems for some other caption, BUT, BUT if you look closer you will see the VOLCANO in the background - our lovely Vitosha mountain. Super, now I can go and make me a coffee. See you guys in the next one! PEACE! 🚬☕🚬☕🚬☕🚬☕🚬☕❤
The amazing Indian city that is Varanasi. I went on an early morning sunrise canoe down the ‘Mother Ganges’ as the locals call it and paid honour to the river with a lit candle. There are crematoriums and the burning of bodies all along the banks of the river with rituals and ceremonies occurring every day. A magical place with magnificent architecture. WOW.
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What a lovely adventure, me and my dad arrived some months ago to smell the Californian dirt, and for me, by far, Yosemite was the most breathtaking place we went.
Plus this I also had the opportunity to meet some amazing people who also love photography:
The master car sleeper Hawaiian trainer @matthewgatanis , the clock wizard @howieleed , the one and only incredible traveler @brooklynkitten_travels and of course, the amazing spiderwen No-fearOfBeingOverACliffAndGettingSuperWetBesidesAGiantWaterfall-11-nationalities @emily.lakey .
All of this because the hiper creative portraits master, @christopher.james , source of some hardly describable amount of dreamy inspiration. Video is pending, and more of this content is coming.
Inspiration tip: @christopher.james of course
Shot on: Sony A7III / Zeiss 35mm 1.4 (Chrisse's)
Settings: ISO 100 / SS 1/800 / F/2.8
Post: Lightroom Classic CC / Photoshop CC