Tokyo: Dream it, Do it.

Life is crazy and it really does turn you upside down at times. But, it's important to remember your dreams and pursue them no matter how farfetched they may seem at the time, if you truly have a passion for something, never give up on it. I know I didn't. Check out my first week in Tokyo, I'll be living here for the next three months. 

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RiSE '16: The Art Of Letting Go

I never realized learning to let go of something could be perceived as a positive and enlightening experience. It wasn't until I went to the RiSE festival out in the middle of nowhere with a thousand other strangers to release lanterns into the desert night sky that I came to understand the art of letting go and what that exactly meant to all of us. 

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Erica Simas
Paris in Photos Pt. I

I went to Paris during the springtime and spent the most magical 10 days. It was my first time in Europe, period, and as a photographer, this truly was a memorable trip I will not soon forget. If you like to shoot street, fashion, or architecture, then I highly recommend Paris as a must-see-location for any photographer both novice and professional alike. 

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Moody Summer: Crescent Lake

Some of my fondest memories are from the time I went camping. The time we went to Lake Crescent in hopes to get a great spot and see the lavender fields was definitely some of them. We didn't get as lucky as we hoped at first but, it still ended up being a great getaway with some fun images to go along with it. 

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Camping in the PNW: Part 1

In 2016, I spent most of my summer camping. I had so many images from these trips and no time to do anything with them until now. Fall is here, rain is constant, and sunset is much earlier these days causing me to reflect on the nights where the sun set at 9pm. 

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