Living on the Edge

In this Blog we record some of our experiences, perspective, thoughts and research, as well as tips about photography in general, landscape and portrait photography, travel, and experiences both local and across the globe. The life we know now will change in a year. There will be new discoveries, new technology, and new experiences to be had! Let's discover them together and put on display the beauty of this world, this community, and culture that is uniquely local, but connected globally. 

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Traveling to Malaysia - January 15, 2019

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We all have that very first trip out of the Country. At least, I hope everyone should have the opportunity. Nonetheless, we all have a trip that is our first, one that sets in motion the desire to continue doing trips like it. Mine was going to Malaysia.

It was my first time out of the country and I really had no idea where I wanted to go. All I knew is I wanted to go and to go somewhere non-touristy. This meant somewhere rural, somewhere lost, but still accessible with enough research. A few choices later I landed on Kota Kinabulu Malaysia, on the Borneo Island.

My flight took from Colorado, to Las Angeles, a lay over in Seoul Korea, and then finally into Kota Kinabulu. Now, I have to say, if you ever get the chance to go through Seoul's airport you are in for a treat. It is by far the best airport I have been through. Like a huge mall, there is a ton of shopping and food to explore while you wait. Efficient as well, I don't think I waited more than 10-15 minutes the whole time......

Reflection and a New Year - January 2, 2019

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Life moves fast. Quicker as the years go by it seems. Another New Year in the books with 2018 in the rearview mirror. If you are anything like me, I am often left with an empty feeling inside as the clock nears midnight. Especially with the many New Years spent alone. I feel as if I could have done better and I think to myself “Is this it? I could have done more.” This post is for the dreamers out there like me who think too much. Those who question the adequacy of their life and forget to celebrate the achievements and strides they have made......

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