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Travel Diaries, Golden Hour Photography

I decided to put my photos on my blog so they are in one place. I also post my photos on my art profiles as well. Sometimes I just like to put them on my blog. I also have cryptocurrency blogs that I post to. I like to post content on multiple places to help me reach more people and get them to see my art. All photographs are mine.

The golden hour is sunset, dusk, dawn, sunrise. It's usually a good time for photos. This blog will have all of my golden hour phots. I also have a store for my photos if you would like to purchase a print. If you can't afford to that's alright. You can share this on your social profiles. You will never know what a mere share can do for someone. 













Some of these photos are old and some of them are new. I will put my photos on this blog to make it easier to share across social media.


These were the golden hour photos that I took during my unplanned trip. I enjoy sunrise/sunset overal I just like to take these photos.  Travel blogging is so much fun and I hope that I get to do it more often. Sometimes a getaway is just what you need to give yourself a break, to give yourself a refresher. 

This is a mix of my travel golden hour photos and my normal golden hour photos. I took a lot of photos last summer.

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