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February 2017 - Currently on the road again, with stops in Paris, Malta, Istanbul, Jerusalem/Tel Aviv and Warsaw ...
Well, I'm a fairly well-traveled nomad. These days I make my home in Victoria, BC, where I'm back in school upgrading some science courses. I work as a paramedic and stagehand, and occasionally dabble in other things as well. I live with my cat, Michelangelo, and while I'm quite busy, I'm generally happy to try to find time to buy visitors a coffee and hang out a bit :)
Oh my. Ummm... Have fun and help people?
Perché sono iscritto su Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
Until now I've primarily used Couchsurfing to find places to crash while I've been oversees. Now that I'm back, and at least somewhat settled, in Victoria, I'm hoping to return the favour a bit...
I can't really host (I've got a roommate) but I'm happy to socialize and meet new folks :)
Great experiences staying with couch-surfers in Japan and Indonesia.
Photography, Live theatre, Movies, Literature, News, Media, New Media, Scuba Diving, Paramedicine, Hyperbaric medicine, Anthropology, Archaeology.
- scuba diving
- emergency services
Musica, film e libri
Lord of the Rings, And the Band Played On, Harry Potter, Vengeance, Crappy murder mysteries, Lots of 1940's movies lately...
Una cosa incredibile che ho fatto
I spent 1 month in early 2007 doing documentary work in and around the Chernobyl region of Ukraine, including spending three days inside the inner 3km exclusion zone. I'm planning on returning at least one or two more times and hope to eventually publish a photography book. I've also spent time in the Chittagong ship-breaking yards in Bangladesh, seen Mt. Everest from the Tibet side, stood on the deck of a WWII US Submarine, 75 meters underwater, hung out on snorkel with a Dwarf Minke whale, and played with penguins in Antarctica... and that's all just off the top of my head... ;)
Insegna, impara, condividi
Three of the most important elements of any successful picture are emotion, light, and timing. Seeing all three of those things, AND getting them right, is what separates good photographers and mediocre ones.
Paesi che ho visitato
Antarctica, Argentina, Australia, Bahamas, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Canada, China, Egypt, England, Falkland Islands (Malvinas), France, Germany, Hungary, India, Indonesia, Israel, Japan, Jordan, Laos, Malaysia, Malta, Mexico, Mongolia, Nepal, New Zealand, Palestine, Poland, Russian Federation, Scotland, Singapore, South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands, South Korea, Thailand, Turkey, Turkmenistan, Ukraine, United Kingdom, United States, Wales
Paesi in cui ho vissuto