Doorways


New Delhi, India

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Cappadocia Turkey

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Seoul, Korea

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Other Doors

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Minimalism for me


Breaking down to what I consider minimalism in my photos.  One person in one photo doing one thing.  – New Delhi, India

Other views on minimalism

Golden Faces Golden Places


All that is gold does not glitter,
Not all those who wander are lost;
The old that is strong does not wither,
Deep roots are not reached by the frost.

― J.R.R. Tolkien, The Fellowship of the Ring

Ailsa’s Travel theme this week was gold.  What is gold to one is not necessarily gold to another. Here are a few of my interpretations about what is golden to me.  I hope you enjoy.

Golden in New Delhi

Golden in Turkey

Golden in Korea

Golden in Nepal

Best Golden moments though were the ones I spent back home with my family and friends.

Other Golden posts

 

B & W Challenge


I was very recently nominated to compete in a 5 day B & W Challenge. The goal was to each day pick and post one favorite B & W photo I have taken.  Anyone who knows me will absolutely not be surprised that I could not seem to focus on just one thing and therefore did not exactly follow the rules.  After perusing over 300 photos I finally narrowed it down to “some” of my favorite photos.  I like them so much I thought I would share (and in some cases re-share) the entire grouping here.

These photos represent only a few of my favorites from New York to India.  I love them because they express everything from sadness to pure chaos.  There is just something about a black and white that is timeless and beautiful.  I hope you enjoy.

Other posts I enjoyed

Wordless stories of people – just some of my favorites


One thing I love about taking pictures is having the opportunity to later look back on them and try to figure out what the story might have been behind the person, the facial expression or the body language.  Here are a few of my favorite people story photos.

There’s so much grey to every story – nothing is so black and white.

Lisa Ling

Humanity