The Inspiration of the New

I have been traveling quite a bit the last few weeks, almost always with camera in hand. It's amazing how much more creative I feel when I'm in a new environment. It's much easier to get a fresh angle on things, to see new potential interesting images. . .

I live near Washington, DC, which has to be one of the most photographed cities in the world. I can't deny that the city (or at least large parts of it) are very photogenic, but it's been very helpful for me to break away from the usual and explore new parts of the world.

So, if all goes well, and the editors agree, I will soon have some new images to post :)

A map of the world

Photo credits: Alexis Puentes.
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August 20, 2008

In the world in general many the surprising staff, and many of them are so usual for us, that we do not pay to them attention. And how many интерестного and unusual in trifles! We wait for your new interesting images:))


August 19, 2008

i'm well looking forward to seeing your new images too!

and it is very true, i find it way easier to be inspired in a new environment, dont know why this is??!! but gets me traveling, which i dont mind at all!


August 19, 2008

i couldn't agree more. *dreams of another 50-state tour (or 50-country tour)*


August 19, 2008

Amyemilia, that principle works in many aspects ;)


August 19, 2008

I have had the same feeling - the new is so much more inspiring than than the "known". Looking forward to seeing your new stuff! :)


August 19, 2008

I'm looking forward to seeing them