What do you think about the concept of social good? How much impact can people from developed countries make when they spend time in developing nations? Human connection is important. Other people in this world matter. Working for a social impact company makes me think about how my work is received when I walk away from a trip. Always vet your non-profits, whether going to work or sending money, and get behind something sustainable. We are growing, evolving, changing; let's be a part of social good responsibly together. @wejourney #travelwithpurpose
This is about as close as I can get to explaining how Hawaii makes me feel. by @storyofsage 🌏 #folkgreen
🎵 @odesza - show me
Climate Tip: Buy locally grown and produced foods. The average meal in the United States travels 1,200 miles from the farm to your plate. Buying locally will save fuel and keep money in your community. 💚 globalwarming-facts.info
I'm so excited to share with you guys that I'm starting my own website where I'm going to share my story and journey to my roots in Sri Lanka. Of course I'm sharing my travel stories and (drone) pictures over there as well, so stay tuned! As I know you guys are very creative; I still don't have a name for my website, so if you have any suggestions, drop me a DM! 🙌🏽🏄🏽🌊🏝#travelblogger#lifegoals
Me he hecho deportista de élite. Bueno, igual no tanto, pero desenrollar la esterilla todas las tardes y ponerme a hacer yoga me hace sentir como una campeona. Y como las pequeñas victorias hay que celebrarlas, hoy toca premio con @sanmiguel00_es 🍻. Ése es mi #caminoabienestar .
✌🏼💙🦀🍟 Monday was by far the most relaxing day of our trip. We explored without checking our watches (a rare treat), ate cannolis, went on a horse and carriage ride around Old City, sipped cocktails on a 113 year old ship, and lounged in this adorable hammock at Spruce Street Harbor. (Yes, those are infamous C&P crab fries!) We must have walked 20 miles that day, but every step was worth it. Philadelphia is ever changing and has so much to offer - history, food, culture, and amazing little gems like this pop-up park.
Da solo | Many of you know how much I love my Fuji. So much so, I use it almost exclusively now. For 13 wonderful years, I was #teamcanon . I’d always look at the list of Canon ambassadors (now Fuji ambassadors) and think what would it take for one of us to be among those names, those many white faces.
Last week, Nikon picked 32 men to test out the D850. While many were surprised, I was not. There is an obvious disparity between men and women who represent camera companies. More so when it comes to Black representation.
Fuji, the company whose products I love so much (seriously, it’s almost disgusting) for helping me regain my ‘mojo,’ has close to 500 X-photographers. Only one, the incredible @ruddyroye, is Black. No Black women.
40 Canon Explorers of Light, none are Black
24 Nikon ambassadors, one is Black
58 Sony ambassadors, two are Black
Scoured the various lists of Olympus visionaries and ambassadors, one is Black
So out of all representatives for the biggest camera companies out there, only 5 are Black. 5 Black men. Let that marinate for a minute.