Would you like a black and bright? - Los Angeles Travel Photographer

For anyone that knows me to certain extent, I'm not someone that's bound by limitations; or I'd still be in a field of biology, financial industry or even back in a country that I was born in (the video in my About Jean page might explain a little).  I love the freedom that the choices of life has offered to dabble.  

Arequipa was a town in Peru that we made an effort to visit and, despite the altitude sickness, the colonial center of the city did not disappoint.  On the day most people squeeze in tasting cuy (guinea pig), shopping alpaca products and visiting historical monuments, we found our candy store at Santa Catalina Monastery.  To be exact, we spent 6 hours in this city-in-a-city and came out feeling exhilarated.

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The light, colors, shapes and shadows are playing in countless combination at any given location/moment.  The crazy version of moi was having so much fun and went beyond the usually colorful representation of this group of amazing Mudéjar style architecture.  

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It's boring to be defined by labels.  And life's too short to not taste the many flavors in this world.  If you ask me what kind of photography I make?  I'd say, maybe, black and bright (reserving the right to change at a future date).

What do you think?  Don't rush to answer, take a gander around first (travel photography from many countries including Peru, portrait photography, including fine art nude, or blog). :-)

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