A couple of years ago my parents gave me a camera. At the time I had no idea what kind of camera it was, except is was a Sony (now I know it was one of Sony’s 1st mirrorless camera’s). I slowly started to play with it and I realized how cool it was; consequently,  I wanted to understand better how it worked. Slowly, a photographer started to grow in me — the more I liked photography, the more I wanted to learn about it. And the more I learned, the more I wanted to practice. And the more I practiced the better I got! I have kept all my photos on the same Flickr Profile and recently I thought about opening a new one when I realized it shows how far I’ve grown as a photography enthusiast.

Texas Desert

Photography has become a little bit more than just a hobby of mine. I don’t plan on making money with it, or anything of the sort. And even though I know that I’m not the best photographer in the world, I’ve come to a stage where I’m proud of the pictures I take. This blog, amongst other things, is a place for me to showcase photography.

*The picture above was taken of the Texas desert from inside my car during our road trip across the country.