When I first created my travel photography blog in July 2010, never in my wildest dreams could I imagine that five years later I would be celebrating my blog anniversary while still busy travelling around the world. Obviously, I owe it all to those of you who continue to visit the blog and read my posts everyday and also those of who follow me on social media. I still can’t believe all the wonderful things that have come about and all the amazing people I’ve been privileged to meet and even befriend in the last five years.
It’s not always been easy but it’s certainly been a rewarding and interesting five years. I think some people have a vision that everything just falls in my lap. On some occasions, it actually does but the majority of the time, I go out and make things happen. Having a blog means that I can’t be shy about reaching out to people or going places on my own. It means having a curiosity to learn more and do more so I can share it with you. It means not being afraid to travel to a foreign country. But more than anything, I hope that whatever I do inspires you to do something, whether it’s to attend an exhibition, travel, or just be a better person.
The idea behind my blog is to encourage, equip and inspire people around the world to live their best life and so it'll just continues and hopefully tomorrow, I will have another post written for you as we all try to make the world a better and happy place together.
I am forever grateful for the continued support and encouragement from all of my wonderful readers and friends. Thanks so much again for a fantastic five years! I hope I can continue on for at least another five years. If you’ve been a regular for a while, what’s been your favourite post from the past five years?
A freelance Singapore-based travel photographer / photojournalist. I seek the extraordinary, but finds beauty in the everyday. Life is interesting, capture it.
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