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tiësto – beautiful things. [Gabriel & Dresden Remix]

my inspirational beat.

tranquil - ontario, ca.

tranquil - ontario, ca.

watsons cliffe - new south wales, au.
[I just had to take a picture. After all, Watson is my last name!]

watsons cliffe - new south wales, au.

[I just had to take a picture. After all, Watson is my last name!]

desolate - avon, nc.
[We had just driven off a ferry headed towards a suggested all-you-can-eat seafood buffet. Yes, we left our humble vacation beach hut and rode a 40-minute ferry to grab dinner. And it was worth it. 
The sun was setting and the sky was emitting all sorts of luminous colors. I almost regret that this picture is in black-and-white… The car was crowded and loud chatter was ringing in my ears. I was sitting silently in my seat, staring out the window, camera clutched in hand…dying to capture this moment before the sun disappeared over the horizon. I was starting to feel like a geek and was hesitant at first to say anything but I remembered all the previous times I’ve bit my tongue and kept driving by. “F*ck it…..pull over!”
I rush over to a sand dune and kneel, camera posed…feeling the snickers and staring eyes at the back of my head from the car windows. There I felt alone. All was quiet except the distant chirp of seagulls and wind whistling through the grass. I felt sorry for the sunset, that it was overlooked by the friends behind me. There I felt different. There I knew I was the only one who appreciated it.
The grass played in my favor and I snapped my photo just before the sun slipped away. Returning to the car, I glanced at my still image and my friends observed in bewilderment. I think they wished they felt what I had.]

desolate - avon, nc.

[We had just driven off a ferry headed towards a suggested all-you-can-eat seafood buffet. Yes, we left our humble vacation beach hut and rode a 40-minute ferry to grab dinner. And it was worth it.

The sun was setting and the sky was emitting all sorts of luminous colors. I almost regret that this picture is in black-and-white… The car was crowded and loud chatter was ringing in my ears. I was sitting silently in my seat, staring out the window, camera clutched in hand…dying to capture this moment before the sun disappeared over the horizon. I was starting to feel like a geek and was hesitant at first to say anything but I remembered all the previous times I’ve bit my tongue and kept driving by. “F*ck it…..pull over!”

I rush over to a sand dune and kneel, camera posed…feeling the snickers and staring eyes at the back of my head from the car windows. There I felt alone. All was quiet except the distant chirp of seagulls and wind whistling through the grass. I felt sorry for the sunset, that it was overlooked by the friends behind me. There I felt different. There I knew I was the only one who appreciated it.

The grass played in my favor and I snapped my photo just before the sun slipped away. Returning to the car, I glanced at my still image and my friends observed in bewilderment. I think they wished they felt what I had.]

sleepy.
[My dog probably sleeps about 15-20 hours a day. Heck, he’s not old and he’s not sick, just a sleepy pup in general I guess. I don’t see anything wrong with it because him and I take naps all the time. I think we both suffer from fatigue. 
Here I capture him a good few minutes before he catches some mid-day z’s. He gets annoyed because I take too many pictures of him. See his discontent?]

sleepy.

[My dog probably sleeps about 15-20 hours a day. Heck, he’s not old and he’s not sick, just a sleepy pup in general I guess. I don’t see anything wrong with it because him and I take naps all the time. I think we both suffer from fatigue.

Here I capture him a good few minutes before he catches some mid-day z’s. He gets annoyed because I take too many pictures of him. See his discontent?]

untitled - skyline drive, wv.
[An isolated tree on a foggy fall afternoon. Little did I know this would be the last trip that my family and I would take together. Ironic, in a way.]

untitled - skyline drive, wv.

[An isolated tree on a foggy fall afternoon. Little did I know this would be the last trip that my family and I would take together. Ironic, in a way.]

untitled - sydney, au.

untitled - sydney, au.

tranquil - ontario, ca.

tranquil - ontario, ca.

watsons cliffe - new south wales, au.
[I just had to take a picture. After all, Watson is my last name!]

watsons cliffe - new south wales, au.

[I just had to take a picture. After all, Watson is my last name!]

desolate - avon, nc.
[We had just driven off a ferry headed towards a suggested all-you-can-eat seafood buffet. Yes, we left our humble vacation beach hut and rode a 40-minute ferry to grab dinner. And it was worth it. 
The sun was setting and the sky was emitting all sorts of luminous colors. I almost regret that this picture is in black-and-white… The car was crowded and loud chatter was ringing in my ears. I was sitting silently in my seat, staring out the window, camera clutched in hand…dying to capture this moment before the sun disappeared over the horizon. I was starting to feel like a geek and was hesitant at first to say anything but I remembered all the previous times I’ve bit my tongue and kept driving by. “F*ck it…..pull over!”
I rush over to a sand dune and kneel, camera posed…feeling the snickers and staring eyes at the back of my head from the car windows. There I felt alone. All was quiet except the distant chirp of seagulls and wind whistling through the grass. I felt sorry for the sunset, that it was overlooked by the friends behind me. There I felt different. There I knew I was the only one who appreciated it.
The grass played in my favor and I snapped my photo just before the sun slipped away. Returning to the car, I glanced at my still image and my friends observed in bewilderment. I think they wished they felt what I had.]

desolate - avon, nc.

[We had just driven off a ferry headed towards a suggested all-you-can-eat seafood buffet. Yes, we left our humble vacation beach hut and rode a 40-minute ferry to grab dinner. And it was worth it.

The sun was setting and the sky was emitting all sorts of luminous colors. I almost regret that this picture is in black-and-white… The car was crowded and loud chatter was ringing in my ears. I was sitting silently in my seat, staring out the window, camera clutched in hand…dying to capture this moment before the sun disappeared over the horizon. I was starting to feel like a geek and was hesitant at first to say anything but I remembered all the previous times I’ve bit my tongue and kept driving by. “F*ck it…..pull over!”

I rush over to a sand dune and kneel, camera posed…feeling the snickers and staring eyes at the back of my head from the car windows. There I felt alone. All was quiet except the distant chirp of seagulls and wind whistling through the grass. I felt sorry for the sunset, that it was overlooked by the friends behind me. There I felt different. There I knew I was the only one who appreciated it.

The grass played in my favor and I snapped my photo just before the sun slipped away. Returning to the car, I glanced at my still image and my friends observed in bewilderment. I think they wished they felt what I had.]

sleepy.
[My dog probably sleeps about 15-20 hours a day. Heck, he’s not old and he’s not sick, just a sleepy pup in general I guess. I don’t see anything wrong with it because him and I take naps all the time. I think we both suffer from fatigue. 
Here I capture him a good few minutes before he catches some mid-day z’s. He gets annoyed because I take too many pictures of him. See his discontent?]

sleepy.

[My dog probably sleeps about 15-20 hours a day. Heck, he’s not old and he’s not sick, just a sleepy pup in general I guess. I don’t see anything wrong with it because him and I take naps all the time. I think we both suffer from fatigue.

Here I capture him a good few minutes before he catches some mid-day z’s. He gets annoyed because I take too many pictures of him. See his discontent?]

untitled - skyline drive, wv.
[An isolated tree on a foggy fall afternoon. Little did I know this would be the last trip that my family and I would take together. Ironic, in a way.]

untitled - skyline drive, wv.

[An isolated tree on a foggy fall afternoon. Little did I know this would be the last trip that my family and I would take together. Ironic, in a way.]

tiësto – beautiful things. [Gabriel & Dresden Remix]

my inspirational beat.

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I crave the simple things in life.
I am introspective, I am curious, I am artistic, I am a dog lover, I am a food junkie, and I love expanding my knowledge and cultural experiences.
I take a deep obsessive interest in sports cars, photography, traveling, and techno music (or any music with good beats.)
You'll find me enjoying a cup of coffee with a friend, pondering an art piece at a museum, indulging nature with my boxer and Nikon, or dancing the night away in DC.