The Thrill Of Swimming With A Million Jellyfish Imagine being surrounded a countless swarm of jellyfish as they slowly close in on from every direction. And knowing that's exactly what you came here for. It's absolutely insane and everyone can experience this.

The Thrill Of Swimming With A Million Jellyfish

Imagine being surrounded a countless swarm of jellyfish as they slowly close in on from every direction. And knowing that's exactly what you came here for. It's absolutely insane and everyone can experience this.

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Kien Profile PhotoMy name is Kien and I’m a photographer and filmmaker. This is my little corner where I keep track of all adventures and experiences and how I make a living out of it. I want you to come along as I figure this thing out, through the ups and downs, and hopefully out the other end.

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Thoughts & Experiences

This Is Why You Shouldn’t Couchsurf

No and bait and switch here. I have plenty of reasons why you SHOULD couchsurf, which you can read about (later) at Why You Should Couchsurf At Least Twice, (coming soon) but these are my legitimate thoughts on why you SHOULDN’T couchsurf.

The Real Faces of Cuba

I’m fascinated by faces. When I first started traveling, I would be instantly drawn to capturing certain types of faces. The grizzled old man with lines and wrinkles carved into his faces.

How To Take Better Travel Photos: People and Portraits

This is the second in my series of write-ups on “How To Take Better Travel Photos”. In this series, I’ll explain my philosophy and etiquette for how to take better shots of people you encounter on your travels, whether they are locals in their natural environment or just interesting looking people.

Exploring Petra: The Lost City

Many of us know of Petra from the scene in “Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade” where Indy rides through a narrow passageway surrounded by stone only to arrive at an ancient building carved right into the mountains.