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The End of an Era Photo Essay

Over the last five years, so much has happened in my life I can’t even catch up. But, two years ago, I found myself wanting to shut the door and just move forward when Daniel and I parted ways; and yet, that’s not possible. The past can’t be ignored because it’s a part of who you are. It’s not cut and dry. I found myself scrolling through so many amazing pictures from our travels. Daniel always had this clever way of photographing me, and overall, these photographs represent the end of an era but also, priceless memories. We were fortunate to have more adventures together than most people do in multiple lifetimes.

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Where to see the Northern Lights-1-2
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When You Need a Vacation from Your Amazing Vacation
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A Day in Kamakura
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Tokyo in the rain
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Blogging and the New year
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Best of Travel 2014
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Peaceful Things to do in Boston
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2014 Best of Travel
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Tokyo Disney
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2 Comments

  1. Stephanie
    March 28, 2019 at 8:25 am — Reply

    I find some of these photos really haunting and dreamlike, don’t know whether you intended that. Very well shot.
    It is a shame your relationship did not work out but the journey of life goes on and the memories are with you forever. I wish you all the best.
    And thanks for all the Japan posts.

    • March 28, 2019 at 4:13 pm — Reply

      Thanks, Stephanie. Yea, I’m not sure I intended that, but I felt like there was something about these that represented our time together and how time persistently changes without you even realizing it. I think some relationships are meant for a certain time but not meant to last forever, but that doesn’t diminish its specialness. But all you can do is grow and move forward with the memories you have.
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