I’ve been traveling for 25 years, in over 90 cities/states and 25 countries across the globe. And name it, I’ve used every camera in the book. From disposable cameras filmed in Kodak in the 90s, to the Canon & Sony point-and-shoot digital cameras of the early 2000s, to even the Blackberries and Polaroids, Leica and Fuji, I’ve used almost every kind of camera to capture my travel adventures. In 2010, I’ve shifted to the iPod then the iPhone 5c, and now my favorite is my trusty iPhone 6 (I haven’t even upgraded to a new phone in 3 years!). I’m not a photographer or anything but when I do travel, I’d like to have nice photos. Some of my photos are kept raw and unfiltered, some are edited using simply iPhone apps like VSCO, Enlight, and IzkizCam (if I think the mood of the photo calls for it). I don’t know how to use Photoshop to save my life either.


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My husband and I do have some more professional cameras with us when we travel, but I still prefer my iPhone. Nothing beats having to just capture a moment in a millisecond when you catch it in that instant. It feels more candid and a bit more organic.

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California Dreams at Redondo Pier, Redondo Beach CA

Mars on Earth. Painted Hills, Oregon

The eerily beautiful, Jokusarlon Glacial Lagoon, Iceland

Winter sunets over at Lake Myvatn, Akureyri, Iceland

Lavenders in the outskirts of Croatia

Hot Air Balloons in the Cappadocia Region, Turkey

Sunrise and more Hot Air Balloons in Cappadocia

Bosnian Souk in Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Learning about Turkish Carpets

The mysterious Fairy Chimneys and Caves of Cappadocia

Parisian Details

The Benagil Caves in Portugal

Panglao Island, Bohol, Philippines

Autumn in Paris

Beautiful Parians Doors

It never gets old…

One of Europe’s most charming little towns is Annecy, France

Beautiful morning light in Apt, Provence, France

The quirky buildings of Lisbon, Portugal

Harry Potter WB Studio in Leavesden, UK

Paper Cranes for Peace at the Atomic Bomb Museum in Nagasaki, Japan

Multnomah Falls, Oregon looking like a scene from the Lord of the Rings

Boracay Island, Philippines

Mid-Levels, Hong Kong

Looking up at the Schonbrunn Palance in Vienna, Austria

Start of Summer in Bled Lake, Slovenia

The captivating caves at Postojna, Slovenia

Random gas station over at Split, Croatia

Discovering Game of Thrones locations in Trogir, Croatia

The gardens of Trsteno, Croatia

Quaint Pebbled Beach at Cavtat, Croatia

The magical Kravice Waterfalls in Medjugorje, Bosnia

Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina is straight out of a fairytale

Kids swimming at the fountain to signal the end of the school term, at Belgrade, Serbia

The gorgeous Taskonaklar Hotel, Cappadocia Turkey

A different view of the Hot Air Balloons in Cappadocia

The bluest blue waters in the Maldives

The water villas at Hurawalhi, Maldives

The world’s largest undersea restaurant in Maldives

Pastel-colored Maldivian Sunsets