Morocco

This is a short post. I’ll be posting more images here and Travelogues about Morocco within the coming weeks. I’m posting this image as it’s one of the first pictures I took in the Sahara. Clean… Windswept Sands… And sand blowing towards camera. Everything I envisioned the Sahara to be. I got many more opportunities to take pictures here over the course of 4 days and I can’t wait to share them. Stay tuned. -Dominic

Travelogue: New York Shadow Puppets

New York City has some of the most unique light I have ever experienced in my travels. At times it feels like it’s been arranged perfectly for us Street & Social Documentary photographers. Combined with the density of the city and it’s endless supply of people. It’s hard not to stumble upon something interesting to photograph. Have a listen and feel free to comment. TW

Travelogue: Vancouver [Audio]

I tried writing out what I felt when I was in Vancouver but thought it was best that I just speak my mind, so I did an audio log. Some people may disagree with what I have to say, that’s fine. Its just my opinion and nothing else. If you feel like you want to speak your mind, or have something to add, feel free to do so in the comments section below. -Dominic TW

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Travel Journal: Victoria ~ Vancouver

A gorgeous view of an island shaped by shadow and light. Remote, quiet and peaceful. And here I am weaving between the islands dotting the path from point A to point B. It’s been a while since I took the ferry from Victoria to Vancouver. I’ve forgotten how beautiful the views are. So peaceful. I used to take this ferry almost every weekend when I lived in Vancouver. I would pop over to Victoria on the weekend. Gorge on my

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Travel Journal: Victoria

It’s odd being back in Victoria. Every time I return to the island I end up spending less and less time here. I grew up here, but find that not much has changed. Yes there are more condos and maybe more people living here but generally it hasn’t changed that much. Other trips to Victoria usually resulted in me taking quite a few photographs over the trip, but this time, that wasn’t the case. I felt like I needed to

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Travel Journal: New York (Day 2)

Saturday was my photography day as my wife likes to put it. Walk her to the closest shopping area, map out her stores, then carry on. So my first instinct was to head straight down to Chinatown and Little Italy. These are always locations I have to hit when I’m in New York. There’s just so much chaos and activity there. I did make one pit stop on my way down at Dashwood Books to pick up a copy of

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Travel Journal: New York

I’m back again. Back in the city that never sleeps. There’s something about New York that I can’t get enough of. The people here seem to let their personalities out. Not shy to let people see who they are, unlike Toronto which feels very reserved. I landed on Friday night, dropped my bags off at the hotel, met up with the wife for dinner, then headed out for a late night walk through midtown and Times Square. It was a

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Travel Journal: Ireland

My last stint in Ireland, for the year, finished about a month ago. Its taken this long to sink in. Last stint. Could it be the final stint? Out of all the years I’ve spent in Ireland only this year has it hit me when I departed the country. Over the years Ireland has become a second home to me. The people I’ve worked with along with the friends I’ve made have in a way become like family to me.

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