Traveling and experiencing new places is something that I have always enjoyed. My one regret is that my furthest adventure to Vienna, Austria for a total of 5,596 miles from my then home of Houston, Texas, also happened 10 years before I discovered the delight of photography. I simply did not understand what the hubbub of photography was all about. I have lots of great memories from spending three weeks with my daughter exploring parts of Siegen, Germany by train and flying to Vienna, Austria for a few days, but not a single photograph.
Fast forward to 2014 when I got to tag along with my hubby on one of his trips to Florence, Italy. By this time I had my first camera, a Nikon 3200 with one kit lens. I had only had it for maybe a couple of months before this trip and really had no idea what I was doing but I took lots of photos, including chalk artist above and doors and windows below.
This trip to Italy is a close second in furthest place that I have traveled to from home at about. Many of the pictures from this trip were lost a few years ago when making the switch from Apple’s Aperture to Lightroom but these three images were saved. I am grateful to have them and now I understand the importance of backing up photos in more than one place.
All photos are my own. ©Pepper Tron/Heaven’s Sunshine
No usage allowed in any form without my written consent.
More travel adventures are to come. Let the fun continue!