Dubrovnik, Croatia- Walking atop the wall that surrounds the old city, the sun sets around me, shadows growing longer by the second. There is a line of people on both sides of me, all present to walk along the wall, taking in the sights of the city. A series of shadows catch my eye and I stop abruptly, causing people to bump into each other. Clothes hanging on a line, drying in the afternoon sun. I love everything about it. The simplicity of it all. Because of the high flow of traffic, I have to wait maybe 5-10 minutes for there to be an opening. My head stays bent down, staring into the top of the camera, watching shadows walk through the frame. I glance up, waiting for a lull, and I notice one approaching. With just enough time, my frame clears and I take the photo.
Burgeo, Newfoundland - One thing I find particularly amazing about being near the ocean is the sea breeze. There is nothing like the smell of the clean salty air or the feel of the cool wind against your face. It really is one of my favorite experiences. While we were on a climbing trip for The North Face, we stopped off in Burgeo, a small town off the southern coast of Newfoundland. While we were waiting to board a boat to Francois, I wandered up from the docks, enraptured by the flowing garments. I shot a couple photos, then went and sat down admiring the view. The wind whipped through the grass next to me, keeping the bugs at bay. It was a perfect spring day.