April Showers Bring May… Thunderstorms?
Waking up to the cool, ominous presence of a summer storm is one of my favorite feelings in the world, and Borneo does thunderstorms best.
A reprieve from the days of cloudless, sweltering heat spent bouncing between the nearest AC or pool, the brooding thunderheads were a sigh of cool relief.
As well as an excuse for a day of letting myself off the hook from everything- editing and posting my shots from the week excluded! An overcast day indoors is just what I needed to catch up with my recently neglected blog.
This last week, reacquainting myself with the country that I consider my first home has been filled with both old memories and new insights. Before last summer, 13 years and 5 homes in just as many countries stood between me and my childhood here.
Now, with a whole lifetime of experiences to lend a new perspective, Indonesia feels impossibly fresh and familiar- which is why it’s been so interesting to photograph.
So without further ado, check out the shots from my time at home so far, as well as the rest of my Indonesia photography here.
“There are no foreign lands. It is the traveler only who is foreign.”
— Robert Louis Stevenson