The point is to find beauty everywhere.
I used my first paycheck to buy my first camera, the Canon SD10. It was beautiful. It came in special edition packaging that made the camera appear to float within a translucent box. I carried the camera everywhere until my second camera, the Canon Rebel XT. A decade later, I replaced it with a Canon 6D. Most of the photos displayed here come from that camera. Photography, for me, has been an old hobby I have treated as a game. The goal is to try and find beauty everywhere. It helps me appreciate the splendor of everyday things that might otherwise easily overlooked.
How does it happen that communities can build such different looking spaces?
They can look so different, how and why? Regardless, they're beautiful.
It comes in all shapes, textures, colors, flavors, and smells. Regarding touch, food provides an enormous diversity of experiences inside your body.
A friend from Japan taught me her favorite word: "Komorebi." It refers to the light that shines through trees.
They do so much.
I am not sure about the first; maybe it is a fungus.
The visible part of the electromagnetic spectrum.
It's a lot of fun to create interesting spaces. The sequence below travels back in time.
Here is a test of the subjectivity of beauty and aesthetics.
People are beautiful, especially during candid moments.
When it comes to sitting down, you have a choice.
Go outside, look up, and enjoy!
Let's get together!
What does it take to move people?
The spaces we make.
Not just any liquid.