I love to travel, and I’ve been blessed to have been able to go to so many places already and all before my 20th birthday. I was in choir in high school and that opened the door for me to travel to Los Angeles my freshman year, and introduced me to my absolute favorite place on the planet, New York City my junior year. I cannot even begin to try to express how in love with that city I am. Then with my family other places like Panama City and Destin (Florida), a mission trip to Mexico, youth camp in Colorado, camping trips in Oklahoma and Arkansas, confrences in Atlanta, vacations in Tennesee, Chicago, St. Louis, and of course all over Texas.
As I discovered my love for travel early in high school, my love for photography was also developing and growing. So the other day as I was looking through some pictures, I decided to share with you guys some of my favorites from my travels as well as some that are throwbacks to my picture-taking beginings. I also thought it’d be nice to reassure everyone that I don’t just post about the things I love. I do sometimes take pictures, haha. Enjoy! 🙂
This one is of a huge statue/memorial around the Alamo in San Antonio, Texas.
Another back in the day picture actually taken on the floor of a Sabine High School classroom as I was experimenting with a new camera.
New York City, Radio City Music Hall
Taken at the music building of Texas State University in San Marcos, Texas
This was taken at a random clothes store as I was learning how to play with angles. I’ve always loved this picture.
Another favorite picture from my favorite place, NYC.
One of the first artsy pictures I ever took.
My favorite part of this one is the little bug on the flower petal
I love the Tyler zoo because you can play with all these colorful birds in this neat little caged in area. This bird just happened to be in a posing mood.
The rest of these pictures were taken in New York City.
Old lady painting in Central Park
A pidgeon on our stop at Ellis Island on our way to the Statue of Liberty
One of my favorite pictures ever.
Until next time!