Southwest coast of Portugal near Sagres.

Travel Photography / Growing up, my grandmother had a habit of sending me postcards whenever she embarked on one of her solo bus trips to visit friends and family scattered across the country. Those postcards became my passport to a world beyond my own, thanks to her thoughtful gestures. It was through her simple act of reaching out that I began to grasp the profound impact of prioritizing travel and exploration in shaping my own life. Coincidentally, she also gave me my first point and shoot Kodak camera when I was around 10 years old.

In the realm of travel photography, especially in the age of selfies and Instagram, it's easy to get caught up in the frenzy of capturing every single moment. However, I've learned to value being truly present and attentive while making the photos of things to remember, knowing that some experiences may never come my way again.




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