“you never say those things because they’re things that shed light on brokenness, and no one wants to see their own brokenness.” – Meghana Mysore
Browsing through my old photos filled me with so much nostalgia I thought I’d post the only photos I’ve taken since coming to Yale. Well, technically I hadn’t arrived yet. This was our pre-orientation in which we hiked and camped in the woods for 6 days. Lots of type 2 fun. But tons of type 1 fun as well 🙂 I can’t believe I haven’t picked up my DSLR for so many months now… Gotta get back to it!
2. a couse on which golf is played.
I took these photos over the summer at a tournament in Denver, Colorado. I was probably the only one crazy enough to drive all the way up to Rock Mountain National Park the day before the tournament. But, it was completely worth it. The air was pristine (granted there was barely any air up there) and the view was definitely breathtaking. The entire three hour drive was decorated with trees and lingering snow from the winter. Living in SoCal my whole life, I did not expect the snow on the summit to be any higher than my shoes. However, one confident and naive step resulted in an embarrassing fall and my mother screaming “I told you so!” I’m hoping to embark on more crazy ideas in the near future because I don’t think I can stand doing homework at home any longer.
.Enjoy life. Enjoy the World.
Wow its been a whole summer since I’ve posted. That doesn’t mean I didn’t take any photos though! Here is a series that I took at my tournament in Vermont. I stayed in Killington, which is actually a ski resort during the winter. Because of its high altitude, the area is very well-preserved and secluded. There were trees literally everywhere and only two stoplights in the entire city.