Whenever I start to work on these posts the first thing I do is always to go through the photos and let them kind of decide the direction the blog post will take. But going through these photos I feel like they almost just speak for themselves. These have quickly become some of my favorite … More Singapore: Chinatown
Hello! I am officially back in Korea after my very short but very lovely trip to Singapore. I took roughly 10 million photos while I was there so I’m still sorting through those and starting on my blog posts from the trip. But, I did manage to put together a little video from my time … More Singapore Preview: Video
Daejeon is known to have two main downtown areas. “New downtown” or Dunsandong and “Old downtown” called Eunhaengdong. In reality though there are lots of nice areas in the city for good food, drinks, and fun each with their own specific personality. But Dunsan is quite centrally located between me and all of my friends so … More A Walk in Dunsan – Daejeon’s “New Downtown”
(Disclaimer: This is NOT new information. I know many people choose to travel with only this lens, so this isn’t exactly unique to me. But I wanted to try my hand at explaining why and maybe convince some of you to give it a try!) One of the hardest parts of traveling is figuring … More The #1 Lens for Travel Photography
I love taking pictures of streets, always have. I even have an older blog post where I put together a bunch of pictures of streets from some of my various travels. (You can read that here.) But it’s no secret that Japan is known for little magical alleys and streets. So here are just some … More Streets of Tokyo, Japan
There are more blog posts coming about the 4 days I was in Tokyo but I just wanted to share this little video I put together! Japan is incredible and I hope this can give you a little bit of that feeling! Thanks for watching ^^ Tokyo, Japan: Video
Here’s a video of my weekend in Seoul! In the video are clips from the cherry blossom festival I went to, Bongeunsa Temple, a dog cafe in Ilsan and a few other little random bits. Please enjoy!