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They say we learn something new every day, they are usually tidbits of information that we will remember an hour after that pub quiz or when we stand there awkwardly trying to think of something to contribute when surrounded with a bunch of strangers. Living life and sharing it is such a regularity of life […]

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  It doesn’t feel like this year is done yet, not just because it actually isn’t, but also because the weather is still relatively warm and I feel like it all went so fast that surely we are owed maybe a few weeks in refunds of time for twenty fifteen. Reflecting back, this year was […]

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My journey to Reykjavik began on Icelandair with an evening flight that allowed the national airline to show off it’s special ‘northern lights’ feature as we flew ever closer to this island nation’s shores and a mixture of local artists played over the airwaves as we boarded and departed. Landing at midnight with a glimmer […]

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One of the hottest or rather most popular countries on the planet right now is Iceland. A majestic land of volcanoes, waterfalls and lots of mountains it is only a 3 hour flight from London, though it feels like it could be at the ends of the earth and almost is. With it’s incredible scenery […]

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Not all who wander are lost – J.R.R Tolkien Having the spent the majority of my twenties with my feet touching countless pieces of earth, it seems only fair to reflect back on what it means to be a wanderer in the most freeing decade of ones life. The vast majority of those travels have […]

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“Once you visit Turkey, you can’t not go back.” Those words were uttered to me and my mother as we awaited for a flight to depart to European shores many many years ago and those words always stuck, they lingered at the back of my mind with each new destination I set out on until […]

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Riding the train into the landlocked Czech Republic in the darkness of night, there isn’t much to suggest of what you will see upon rolling into its largest and capital city, Prague, or better known as Praha to the locals. Expecting a winter wonderland, even on the coldest day during my visit there was no […]

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The majority of travel this year encompasses my favorite photos and there are memories weighted in each adventure. When  in the slight overcast January day, I waited on Av Reina Maria Cristina in shadow of the Museu Nacional d’Art of Catalunya waiting for the Drop on Drop Off bus to pick me up for my next sight. […]

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Over the past couple of months I have gone to a few different locations shooting photos of spring debuting it’s 2014 season and here are the best photographs from this wide and bustling city. While I could have easily provided another 20 photographs and gone to a further 10 important locations around London, these are […]

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Amsterdam has a reputation of legal highs and weaving canals that exceeds its borders, because of this I wasn’t sure what to expect of this city. In usual form I did virtually no research and in even lazier form, I relied on my friend, a local, to guide me to the best places to see. Without […]

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The beach town of Ostend isn’t necessarily somewhere you would go for it’s exciting pace nor is it a beach town to soak up the heat of summer as the average is more warm than hot. But stepping off the train and walking down the shop laden street down to the shoreline, the appeal of […]

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With a gray sky overhead, my train pulled into Bruges on a cool Spring day. The train station teemed with kids on school excursions to somewhere, backpacks taking up as much space of the station as their bodies. And I had arrived in this special Belgian city where canal rides can be had and waffles eaten […]

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