Despite its distance in vast darkness, the power of the moon carries our minds back to reality. A reality where the bigger picture makes more sense, even within its own abstraction. As a teenager, I used to scoot halfway onto to the trunk-end ledge of my Mom’s Honda Odyssey (or Mom van) and stare intoSigue leyendo «Using the Power of the Moon to Inspire»
Turned Panama upside down using the Polarr editing program. I’m more of a realist, but the world looks cool through technologies’ eyes. [Modula id=»1″]
This gallery paints a picture of livelihood through things found in rural Panama. From visiting neighbors homes to the cemetery, these images represent several aspects of life in Las Cruces and its low-tempo, relaxing vibe. [Modula id=»3″]
Refreshed almost daily by rain, this land breathes life. After making a hike up to one of the many hills, the views can extend for miles. [Modula id=’4′]
The opportunity to teach English in Panama was one that came to me through those who taught me how to speak Spanish. As a traveler, teaching English in a foreign country is an appealing way to trot to globe — yet my motivations go beyond this. I’ve spent the past five weeks getting to knowSigue leyendo «Why I Chose to Teach English in Panama»
When living in the city, it’s easy to forget who else we share this planet with. Life in Las Cruces was a reminder of that. (Click to View Full Image) [Modula id=»5″]
Surrounding the Biomuseo in Panama City, I found myself intrigued by these abandoned spaces along the Amador Causeway. As a stranger who worked the area approached me, we chatted while I guided us away back to the main road. [Modula id=’6′] He told me the once occupied houses and businesses were taken over by squattersSigue leyendo «Visual Journeys: The Urban Ruins of Amador Causeway, Panama»
You’ve held control over me for too long. It’s time for me to branch out, to pursue my creative endeavors, and to take all you taught me and apply it to the world. I’m not gonna lie, I’m so happy you’re outta my life (almost).
I can’t completely say how it ends, but hopefully, it ends happily. I’ve been in South Africa for the three weeks now and return to the United States in another week from now. I’ve loved traveling ever since I started visiting the Philippines to visit my Dad in 2014. It was some crazy shit toSigue leyendo «When The Travel Bug Loosens Its Grip»
I write a lot. I write in a journal, I write papers, articles, statuses, captions, blog entries and emails. I write for myself and purposes not for myself. Yet when it comes to writing for myself and others at the same time, I get lost.