You don’t take the trip; the trip takes you.
May 20 – 22, 2016 2 nights accommodation at the Saguaro Palm Springs includes: Complimentary Internet Complimentary Parking + Transportation 15% off select Spa Treatments *Supplemental charge for a suite. If interested email email@example.com What will we eat? Friday: Welcome Dinner at Workshop Kitchen + Bar Saturday: Healthy Juice… Continue reading Weekend Getaway: Pack Your Mat with Ducky Punch at The Saguaro Palm Springs
In response to the Daily Post Photo Challenge Alphabet, I chose to display this narcissistic attempt of capturing my name by chopping off the -IA of the sign, while I was traveling my parents’ hometown of Yerevan, Armenia. Armen, is a typical Armenian name. Armen may refer to the Armani, a tribe of the Armenian Highlands sometimes associated with the Name… Continue reading 3 Fun Facts About the Armenian Alphabet
Photo tourism is definitely not a thing of the past. If we all were to dig deep into our family photo album box, we would find our parents and grandparents starring in what look like Instagram filtered photography (what we now label vintage), in front of cool landmarks, posing. Back in the days it was as… Continue reading How To Get To My Top 5 Photogenic Landmarks?
It’s been a contrasting experience going from the freezing temps of Nepal to the tropical climate of the Thai islands, spending my time here shirtless and with the same pair of swimming trunks for the past three days. I wasn’t even meant to come to Thailand but my good friends who I worked… Continue reading Whirlwind Thailand Tour: Island Life and Chiang Mai
To give peace with ones music is a knowledge I do not possess. At times I’ve wished to have learnt. In fact, feelings of envy come up sometimes when I’m engulfed in the beautiful set of notes being orchestrated by man and his instrument. However, we all have a way of transmitting knowledge; a musician… Continue reading Portrait Series: The Violinist
Mother and daughter were quick to leave their little booth of souvenirs to come and probe into what I was doing. Soon enough they claimed that I am a “yoga champion”. I tried to explain to them such a thing does not exist. They said that I was a big guy, but with lots of… Continue reading Portrait Series: Mother and Daughter
Manvel arrived in his white colored Opel to pick me up in front of the main square in Gyumri, right after I had a ponchik, a Nutella filled puff pastry. On our ride to Marmashen, less than a 30 minute journey, Manvel and I learned a lot about each other. He learned more than I… Continue reading Portrait Series: Manvel
Armen Aleqsanyan, a Proud Gyumri native, showed me the true meaning of Armenian hospitality. We were put in touch through a mutual friend from Yerevan. He was coming to Yerevan and I wanted to spend a few hours with him and do a photo shoot around the city. He’s studying to be a cinematographer and… Continue reading Portrait Series: Armen
These men were pure fun and living examples of how joy should be found in whatever situation you are in. From the moment I got to Vanadzor bus station at 10am to the moment our shared taxi left at 11:15am, they cracked jokes and profanely expressed themselves (of course only in the presence of men).… Continue reading Portrait Series: The Bus Drivers at Vanadzor