Walking Far From Home

I like to take pictures of streets.

And looking back through all my old photos to start writing this post, I realize that this is kind of a recent thing for me. I traveled a bit in high school as well but it wasn’t until university that I really started to fall in love with taking pictures of streets.

I’m not really sure what it is about streets that make great photos, but they almost always do. That paths people take to live their lives are the most basic of all the infrastructure.

And yet some how they are so reveling. You can learnΒ so much about a city by looking at its streets. Some are narrow, some winding, some broad, and some made of dirt.

Walking is the best way to see a place for what it really is. You see people coming and going from their homes, their work, and their play.

So in the words of my favorite song, here are some moments whereΒ I found myself Walking Far From Home.

(If you’d like to listen to that song while you look through these pictures, click HERE.)

 

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Savannah, Georgia

 

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Edinburgh, Scotland

 

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Samcheongdong, Korea

 

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Paris, France

 

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Samcheongdong, Korea

 

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Gwangju, Korea

 

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Somewhere in the Sacred Valley, Peru

 

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Puerto Maldonado, Peru

 

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Tipon, Peru

 

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Insadong, Korea

 

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Gwangju, Korea

 

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Edinburgh, Scotland

 

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Seoul, Korea

 

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AmantanΓ­, Peru

 

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Cusco, Peru

 

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Gangnam, Korea

 

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Southwest Florida

 

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Myeongdong, Korea

 

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Gwangju, Korea

 

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Cusco, Peru

 

Hope this inspired you to do a little walking, or maybe take a picture of a street or two.

Thanks for reading!


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