Awesome Earth People
Big Cities and Little 'uns
Great Wall of China, Beijing
This is actually what 99% of the Great Wall looks like, with nature slowly pulling it back into the earth. I took this one above with a quadcopter and we slept not too far from here, up on top of the Great Wall. I think that is technically illegal, but we didn't find that out until too late!
I spent the day at the Metropolitan Museum wearing earphones and a hoodie. I'm sure I looked like someone that wasn't supposed to be there, as I feel in most places. Naturally, I don't have a problem with this. I remember seeing a Renoir, and I won't say which one, but there were many things I cried about.
On the way home, I went the long way and saw this confusion of paths I might take.
Central Park, New York City
I was in Fjordlands National Park for a few days on a bit of a photo adventure with no real plan. The great Norwegian polar explorer Roald Amundsen said, "Adventure is just bad planning." I had no plan, and I would just sort of amble about the shore line, trying it at different times of the day. And then during low-tide, I went way out into the fjord where I had noticed some lateral water flow to find these temporary folds in the earth.
Fjordlands National Park, South Island, New Zealand