Photographic journeys

In the seven years since I left Canada, I’ve travelled to some crazy and wonderful places. With each new journey, my camera became an important tool as it meant that I could always share my experiences with family and friends back home. And as “home” shifted a few times since, photography has taken an even more prominent place in my life.

In recent months, my love of images and photography evolved from a fascinating hobby to something more serious as I’ve enjoyed new and interesting professional assignments. As I am building the photo boutique of my website, I am reminded of all the wonderful things I’ve seen and the people I’ve met along the way.

Here is part one of a collection of my favourite pictures, soon to be available for purchase on www.iamni.com.

The deep white of Chamonix

winter 6 w name

winter1 w name

Austria’s calm reflections

canards2

lake2

Bavaria and the clouds

sky n birds

bavaria sky

Streets of Munich

reflection

Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque in Abu Dhabi

mosque 4 w name

On a camel in the Gobi desert, Mongolia

camel march w name

Wild came in the Gobi

camel w name

Eagle in the Gobi

eagle w name

Beijing chaos and order

police with name

Great Wall of China

red star w name

Thai games

elephant w name

Japan and where the adventure began in 2007…

lady w name

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA

street with name

Tune in for part 2 of some of my favourite pics! All soon to be available on www.iamni.com for purchase!

 

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Hi! Thanks for visiting! Hope that you enjoy the blog! For more photos and art, or to purchase prints, please visit me on www.iamni.com

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