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Saw this recipe a few weeks ago and was greatly intriguing, not just by the process (which by the way taught me how to cut a perfect round parchment paper cake…

The Cascade Mountains intercept rains off the Pacific which is why Portland and Seattle have their soggy reputations. Once the volcanic peaks wring out all the…

This place has easily turned into my favorite spot to take photos lately. With a variety of spots and subjects, you could not end up with the same photo. It may…

Night photography is a completely different ball game. It requires a different approach, and may become more complicated. Shooting with daylight is much easier,…

Aviso: Esta historieta no es de consumo rápido ni de satisfacción inmediata, narrada en primera persona pero escrita en colaboración, trata de reflejar…

Aviso: Esta historieta no es de consumo rápido ni de satisfacción inmediata, narrada en primera persona pero escrita en colaboración, trata de reflejar…

Aviso: Esta historieta no es de consumo rápido ni de satisfacción inmediata, narrada en primera persona pero escrita en colaboración, trata de reflejar…

On our second day in Wadi Rum, we hiked up to Jebel Burdah rock bridge, away from other tourists. It was a very peaceful hike as we had the place to…

How often do you see the sunrise compared to the sunset? One is easier to see compared to the other, but that is debatable. As for me, I am typically not up…

Wadi Rum is well worth a visit. On our first full day, we took a jeep tour which included some short walks through narrow gorges, and easy scrambles up to…

Photo opportunities are a little challenging these days with "stay at home" in effect. But, with camera in hand, I wandered around today to see what I could…

I really miss the YMCA. It sits just across the street and was so convenient. After work, before work, it was like a trusted friend, always there. I was in…
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