The Sabbath in Fiji

As the other travelers on the island found out that there were no excursions because the native Fijians observe the day of rest, you could see that they were upset. I however was happy because I planned to attend Sunday morning mass with the natives. The small village of 17 people was home to Waya […]

Sunday Mass

Kings Cross Landmark and a Taste of Australia

Farewell Australia

It’s been almost four weeks since I left for this journey and I can’t believe how fast it has passed. Australia holds a special place in my heart because it was here that my venture into travel photography began. It is 4:30am and I have barely slept as I am saying farewell to my friends […]

More Melbourne

I spend a few days walking the city, looking to photograph a person of Aboriginal descent with no luck. This photo is very important for my “People of the World” series.I will have to try again in Sydney. I shot a lot more of the city and wanted to share. Here you go!

Queen Victoria Market

Australia’s Cosmopolitan City

Out of all the cities I have visited, Melbourne is the place that reminds of home the most. There is a very vibrant, multicultural feel with different areas of the city home to different nationalities and backgrounds. For instance, Lygon Street is Melbourne’s version of the Danforth with Greek pastry shops, restaurants and cafes lining […]