Thoughts and snaps from lonely beach walks in the sunny West Coast state
“I found that I really gravitate towards people. Whether I’m in some city or at a beach, probably just a quarter of my photos would be of the scenery and the rest would be of the locals, the tourists, or man- made things. It really fascinates me how people interact with spaces, or how everyone experiences one space in different ways.” “Last year, we took a road trip from California to Arizona and Utah, so we got to see the Grand Canyon, Bryce Canyon, and Zion National Park. Earlier this year, I was able to go to Hong Kong. If I had to choose one place to go to next, I’d have to say Iceland.”
“Whenever I travel, I learn something new. This particular trip reminded me how big the world is, how there’s so much more than my life in Manila. Some of the little things that stressed me out here at home, I learned to let go of. Long, lonely walks on the beach mess you up like that.”
“We have close relatives who live in Orange County so I get to go there at least once a year. Usually my aunt plans road trips for these visits, and this time we drove along the Pacific Coast Highway up to Santa Cruz. We passed through Solvang, San...
We. Hearst Castle, San Simeon, CA