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Confessions of a Jetsetter w/ Brandon Schulman

“I spent three months in Bolivia with my best friend in College where we did an extensive photo project documenting the country. For some reason, we got it in our heads when we were in La Paz to hire mountaineers and climb the second highest mountain in Bolivia named Huayna Potosí with a summit height of 6088 meters…It was a two-day climb, which by the way, started with a walk past the cemetery of all the dead climbers…Luckily I brought a mechanical Contax camera with me that could operate without a battery because all battery-powered objects stopped working about half way in due to the temperature… 204 more words

Travel

Altitude and Adjustment

5/21/15


I like to think I can adjust to many situations. From countries to study and to work, I have gone under many adjustment periods. It is not always easy, but somehow I find a way through. 471 more words

Travel

climate change realities ...Haiti Still needs Help ~~ a repost

                       

While we all watched in horror as SE Asia endured yet more storms following Haiyan …or Yolanda, we can all agree – it was definitely a catastrophic Typhoon. 680 more words

United States

Isla del Sol

These are some of my favourite views from Isla del Sol, an island on the Bolivian side of Lake Titicaca.


Photography

De-Salination Dub ||| hand-made instruments ||| Pittsburgh Modular Synths ||| Legal protection of Planet Earth

Hi everyone,

I’m super happy to share a new track for you this week, the De-Salination Dub, as well as spread a few other goodies: hand-made music, local modular synthesizers, and legal rights for the Earth herself. 643 more words

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