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Category: America

Casa Cenote Rays of Light

“Light makes photography. Embrace light. Admire it. Love it. But above all, know light. Know it for all you are worth, and you will know the key to photography.” George […]

Five Facts about the Tulum Ruins

No, I will not recall the ruins just that Mexican thing. Tulum Ruins (Tulum, Mexico) are unique, an interesting and intriguing place to visit. In fact, it is the most visited archeological site […]

Exploring the Grand Cenote

The cenote is a deep natural well or sinkhole formed by the collapse of surface limestone that exposes groundwater. Mexico has numerous cenotes around its territory, and they are considered significant […]

Wordless Wednesday: Evening Thunderstorm

27 images of last night’s thunderstorm, compiled in one video. I took around 200 images and I wish I could do Time-Lapse or Cinemagraph with those images. This time, 27 images […]

Colorful Murals in Tulum

One thing that strikes me when visiting Tulum (Mexico) was there were so many colorful murals on their town streets. The themes of the paintings are varied from ocean-related to the […]

9/11 Memorial New York City

It happened fifteen years ago, and the world has changed since. As a traveler with a passport from a country with majority Muslims, I felt the immediate effects in the first […]

Magical El Pit, A Cenote to Dive For!

El Pit or in English: The Pit, is perhaps the most spectacular cenote in Tulum (Mexico) that I have ever dove. The cenote is exclusively for certified scuba divers. Following […]

Reflection on Lake Calhoun

As the largest lake in Minneapolis, Lake Calhoun is famous for many outdoor activities. My last visit to the lake was for walking around its 5.5 km (3.4 miles) trail. […]