Sitting at the base of the Shwedagon pagoda in Yangon watching the locals leave offerings as monks meditate and the early sun rising creating an epic golden glow. It’s pure memories like these that bring meaning to my travels ✨ #passionpassport
The Supertrees at Gardens By The Bay, Singapore. At heights of between 25 and 50m tall, these man made tree like structures are vertical gardens with large canopies that provide shade in the day and at night, they come alive with a beautiful display of light and sound.
This, my friends, is a Viscacha! They are native to South America and mostly found in the Andean region. AND THEY ARE SUPER ADORABLE. They kinda look like rabbits but what’s REALLY cute about them is that they warm themselves up in the sun every morning and stay very still.... so if you’re careful enough you can get really close for a photo. While he’s still gathering his soul.
Whether out here or in a dark theater or amongst dog-eared pages, I’ve always liked to be immersed in a new setting. Settings, by definition, are the backdrops on which our own stories unfold but I like to think of myself as a character in a much larger one, one someone started long before me and one that will end a very long time after I’m gone.