A Break from the Boardom is a mini-series of mine that was borne out of shooting what moves you. PIK Magazine asked me to write up the story behind the project, and in doing so I was able to shed light on a lesson that needs to be learned early in the process of shaping up as a photographer.
So the blog has been up-and-running for a few posts, yet in the rush to get content out at a rate of knots (think complicated sailing knots that only boy scouts could understand), it would appear I that I’ve neglected to cover what we’re all about here at The Lost Lens.
The city’s attraction is obvious enough from even the most cursory of guidebook glances. That said, caring to delve a little deeper will uncover all manner of forgotten gems. Read on to discover what’s not to be missed.
In my previous article, I cite pending freedom as light at the end of the tunnel, giving me hope and guiding me through the monotony of everyday. I take a step back to explore my reasoning. What is it about travel that is so alluring to me? What makes it my route to salvation?
Feel like you’re constantly treading water? This guide, packed with tips on how to overcome the monotony that threatens us all times, could be your salvation from becoming yet another of the walking dead.
Betting slips clutched in hand, a frenzied crowd roars as the helpless anticipation consumes the arena; the Cheongdo Bullfighting Festival is in town. I give you the lowdown on the event after having headed into the hills of Gyeongbuk for the 2013 festival.