Glasgow, Scotland, taken on November 5, 2015
In my office, the falling leaves literally drift by my window…before the caretakers come and clean them up. Autumn leaves are the final hope of colour in this city as rain begins to invade, signifying the beginning of another winter.
Conic Hill, Scotland, taken on June 27, 2015
The future is an unknown path and we must all go the distance, mile after mile, to find where we belong.
Bratislava, Slovakia, taken on January 15, 2014
The Church of St. Elizabeth is known as the Blue Church for more-than-obvious reasons. The true colour of the exterior is closer to a pastel or baby blue, but somehow this photo made the shade of blue look a lot more intense. Maybe the complement of the blue sky gave it some sort of effect, adding a new layer of blue to this already blue city.
Bordeaux, France, taken on September 27, 2010
My first encounter with unexpected beauty in Bordeaux was with a pink flower, after a day of stressing over paperwork upon my arrival. She appeared out of nowhere, waving at me outside my residence. Her simple elegance was sheer beauty, and I felt as if I had been kissed by a rose in the midst of my frustration. It gave me some hope.
Bergerac, France, taken on October 2, 2011
The riverside, by the Dordogne in Bergerac, is one of the most peaceful places that I’ve stumbled upon through my travels. It truly could be a place where everybody goes to be alone, especially in this hidden corner…