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→The Wander Journal

A continuous and spontaneous collection of inspiring imagery captured while wandering.


ART DIRECTION
PHOTOGRAPHY
EDITING
WANDERING



By yours truly





Entry 003—

Prospect Park, Brooklyn, NY







Prospect Park—Is Brooklyn’s version of Central park. However, don’t let that fool you it isn’t any lesser of a people watching, picnic with your pals, puppy playground paradise. This park is the perfect little escape from the bustling city life where you can even get so deep in the greenery that you can loose sight of the buildings that surround you. Nothing but rolling hills and blue skies and far as the eye can see. This is where New Yorker’s go to get some fresh air, room to run and some space to breathe. In the summer the grills are smoking for birthdays and family bbq’s. Ladies push fresh fruit & ice cream carts to keep you refreshed while you lay in the grass in leisure. The sights of this park always remind me of the Sunday Afternoon Painting by Georges Seurat.



















































Entry 002—

“The Peace Zone Frontier” Crown Heights, NY







Cruising around my home of nearly 3 years now, Crown Heights— Known for its amazing island cuisine, Fat Tony lyrics, an of course the annual West Indian Day Parade I was able to really stop and examine all of the things I pass by on the daily. As I wandered I was surprised to find that this culturally rich and vibrant neighborhood is also filled with some beautiful & powerful political undertones. Look closely lots of details to be seen here!






























































Entry 001—

Acadia National Park, ME


Acadia National Park, ME




Acadia is a magical place were the sky kisses the ocean and they disappear into an endless blue oblivion. It is the first place to see the sunrise on US soil, and the only place I have ever been where you can walk 20 ft. from heavily wooded trailheads to sandy beaches with waves crashing like thunder on pink granite rocks.






Acadia National Park, ME








Acadia National Park, ME


























































Acadia National Park, ME







Acadia National Park, ME








Portland, ME








Acadia National Park, ME