To add some colour to your day, head to www.iamni.com to check out two new collections inspired by my travels to India and Japan. Here is a sneak preview of what you’ll find…
Hello lovely people!
Exciting news: all my favourite travel pics are now available on my site www.iamni.com! Japan, Thailand, Mongolia, China, UAE and many more travel pictures await you! All A3 size prints (12 x 17 inch) are less than £40 and, as a thank you, I will include an extra print for free! Also, for the month of December, shipping is on me! So head on over there and have a look! You may find something that makes you smile…
(Camino de Santiago, Spain, 2014, A3 print £40)
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
Austria’s calm reflections
Bavaria and the clouds
Streets of Munich
Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque in Abu Dhabi
On a camel in the Gobi desert, Mongolia
Wild came in the Gobi
Eagle in the Gobi
Beijing chaos and order
Great Wall of China
Japan and where the adventure began in 2007…
Tune in for part 2 of some of my favourite pics! All soon to be available on www.iamni.com for purchase!
A month ago I gave myself the challenge to create at least one thing each day and post it here.
They say : do something for 30 days and it becomes a habit…
Well, this is one daily practice I am sure to keep. Yet another way to stop, slow down and look at the beauty that so readily presents itself to us.
Hope you enjoyed it and if you missed any, here is a little re-cap!
As there is no “end” to this project, I decided not to create a final piece, but to embrace this challenge on a daily basis, to make it part of the routine so that the habit, in time, turns into second nature.
And thank you for checking it out! It really means a lot!