On the mountaintop in Nepal, I decided to follow my heart to the woman I loved in New Zealand. But that’s not the end of the story.
Exhausted, I crawled out of India and into Nepal. I had to prepare myself or the epic 12-day Annapurna Circuit trek.
India has a reputation for being the most challenging country in the world to travel in. Nonetheless, I was thrilled to be going.
Walking in Mongolia’s Orkhon Valley, I watched a herd animal do something brave.
Just over one year ago, on March 21, 2016, I began this journey. It’s difficult for me to wrap my head around the concept that it’s only been that long.
On the morning of Friday, January 13, I witnessed one of the most profound and memorable sunrises of my life over the Buddhist temple of Borobudur, near Yogyakarta, Indonesia. As you’ll see in the photos that follow, it’s difficult for me to put the morning into words, for I simply have none. I only have a feeling, which days later still brings tears to my eyes to recall.
A photographic overview of the first steps of my journey, traveling through Patagonia, to Ushuaia, Argentina.