Tag Archive: photography

In Awe of Gaudí’s La Sagrada Familia Church in Barcelona

La Sagrada Familia is the notorious church in Barcelona whose construction began over 100 years ago under Gaudí and the final project isn’t slated to be done until 2030. To me the outside… Continue reading

Riding Camels in the Moroccan Sahara Desert

My mom and I took a road trip to the Sahara Desert and I’m not sure where to start. How about our longer than expected (which translates to “I didn’t Google Map the… Continue reading

Hiking Mountains, Drinking Beers and Riding Horses in El Chaltén

El Chaltén ended up being the random meeting spot for people I knew. 1) Karen, a friend of my brother’s who I’d never met, was going to overlap one night with me there.… Continue reading

The Deep Blues of the Massive Perito Moreno Glacier

I crossed the border from Puerto Natales to El Calafate feeling a bit apprehensive about moving on from the great group and time I’d had in PN. It’s hard to leave a situation… Continue reading

The Towers of Patagonia (Day 5 of Torres del Paine)

I didn’t want to leave Cuernos! But we had to. When you enter the park they give you a punchcard with all the campsites listed on it. As you arrive at each one… Continue reading

The Moai of Easter Island

Funny how some things you can see 1,000 times on a postcard, but when you see them in person they still impress you. This is how I’ve felt about Ayers Rock in Australia… Continue reading

More Photos from Valparaiso

A bit behind on posting, so wanted to get a few more photos from my time in Valparaiso up! This dog was waiting for something: Empanadas de pino – similar to Pampeana’s Carne… Continue reading

Seattle Sunset at Peak Park

Sunsets are like fires. Easy to stare at and get lost in, except with more colors and vastness and sense of space. In Seattle in autumn we get some fiery skies, and last… Continue reading