Haiti is the poorest country in the Western Hemisphere, yet it’s only a 90 minute flight from one of the wealthiest areas in the world, South Florida. If you travel to the capital city of Port-Au-Prince, you won’t see the same massive divide between rich and poor that you see in other large cities in […]
I came across this video on Adventure Journal and it was just too good not to share. If there’s any kind of photography I love, it’s landscape photography. Throw time-lapses and aerial shots in HD into the mix and you’ve got something golden. Check out this time lapse/aerial video of New Zealand and I guarantee you’ll have a new found appreciation for creation. It’s safe to say the Lord of the Rings doesn’t do Mount Potts justice quite like this does.
I love reading about (or in this case watching) social experiments. They challenge our thinking and beliefs; what we know to be true about the world, and force us to decide between shifting our mindset or putting up walls. That’s exactly what this new video coming out of Norway does. In this video you’ll see […]
Bill and Melinda Gates just published their annual letter on poverty and as I was reading it this morning there were a lot of things going through my head. I think the letter is well-written and lays out some very good and very useful information, but there are spots where I think some additional clarification […]
Uganda is a very tropical country that has rich soil and plenty of rain so agricultural activity really thrives there. Throughout the country, particularly in the more rural areas, you’ll see banana and plantain farms everywhere. When I was in Uganda last August, I commonly saw men pushing bushels of bananas/plantains stacked up on their bicycles […]
What an incredible week the 2013 Spirit International Amateur Golf Championship was. Despite monsoon-like conditions (7 inches of rain in 36 hours) to start the week, my time out at Whispering Pines Golf Club in Trinity, Texas was amazing. This was my first time covering any sporting event and I have to say that it was […]