That Time I Walked On The Wings Of A Moving Plane Making that deliberate decision to unbuckle my seatbelt and begin the climb out of the cockpit was by last solid thought I had. Following the signal from Mike, I put my left hand up again and felt the force of the 60 mph+ winds that I would be fighting against. It was time to go and I was on auto-pilot.

That Time I Walked On The Wings Of A Moving Plane

Making that deliberate decision to unbuckle my seatbelt and begin the climb out of the cockpit was by last solid thought I had. Following the signal from Mike, I put my left hand up again and felt the force of the 60 mph+ winds that I would be fighting against. It was time to go and I was on auto-pilot.

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Winter Snorkeling In Iceland It's hard to wrap your head around it, but in the middle of Iceland is a fissure filled with the clearest water in the world. And you can go snorkeling here, even in the winter.

Winter Snorkeling In Iceland

It's hard to wrap your head around it, but in the middle of Iceland is a fissure filled with the clearest water in the world. And you can go snorkeling here, even in the winter.

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About-Me
My name is Kien and I’m an international photographer and filmmaker. Over the last 10 years, I’ve traveled to 70+ countries to find the most wonderful things to check off my bucket list. I hope to share that experience and what I’ve learned to help you do the same.

Let's Be Adventurers

That Time I Fell Down A Mountain And Krazy Glued My Head

Adventure Survival Tip #5: Carry Krazy Glue. Once upon a time, I glissaded down the side of a snowy mountain, lost control, slipped, tried to self-arrest for the first time without any prior practice, split my head open with my ice ax, self-arrested properly the second time around, and preventing myself from serious harm or death.

Travel Thoughts & Tips

9 Things To Pack For Every Backpacking Trip

With more than half of my year spent traveling and away from Los Angeles, I’ve learned to live with less. In fact, it’s always a shock when I come home and find that I own things I’ve completely forgot about and don’t need on a day to day basis.

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.

Bucket List: Piccola Cir Via Ferrata In The Dolomites

If there’s one thing you must do in the Dolomites, it’s a via ferrata climb on of the mountains. And while there are so many options, it’s hard to beat a summit of Piccola Cir which takes you on a spiraling upward route around the peak that feels like you’re going vertical the entire time and yet is doable for most people with the right guiding.