I admit: this post is completely random, and I’m OK with that. A few nights ago, a friend and I were discussing how much we want to go to New Zealand. When I studied abroad in 2009, I met and befriended a few Aussies and New Zealanders. They are some of the nicest, most hospitable and enjoyable people to be around. After talking with them about our cultural differences, I added New Zealand to my personal list of top destinations to visit before I die.
I found these pictures with a simple Google search. I wish I could claim I took these photos, but maybe in a few years I will have some personal work to report!
New Zealand is an island-country in the southwestern Pacific Ocean. Some of the top things to do in New Zealand include hiking, cave-exploring, white-water rafting, whale-watching, wilderness cruises and helicopter rides, to name a few.
Check out this website for all the details: New Zealand
With each new blog post, I feel like my
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is shrinking. I chose to base this entry on some of my favorite shots throughout the few years I’ve adopted photography as a hobby. Meet one of my best friends: Ben Jenkins. We have been friends since eighth grade; he is a Studio Art major at Oklahoma Christian University. We have the same camera and whenever we happen to be in the same city at the same time (which is a rarity these days), we embark on photo adventures.
There’s my brother. Although this image makes him look like a chain-smoker, he certainly is not. I took this photo one day at Percy Warner Park. Converting it to b&w was a must.
I love Nashville. This is one of the best shots I’ve gotten of the skyline. I took this photo last fall semester when my Ethos Photography House Church went downtown for a photo-taking party. If you’ve lived in Nashville for a few years and still feel like you don’t really know the city, go explore. We live in a very diverse city, full of good music, original restaurants, top-notch shopping and picturesque parks.
What is your favorite aspect of Nashville?