That moment when you realize your real estate class is almost over 🙏🏼 The past few weeks have been very hectic and stressful. Along with my full-time job, I’ve been in class and studying to take my real estate license test, shooting and editing videos, and helping @afogartyphoto plan our wedding.
Life’s always a little hectic, but I always tell myself that it will all be worth it. The work you put in now will only benefit your future. As everything starts to slow down here in the next couple weeks I plan to start editing a few more videos for you guys to check out so stay tuned!
Life from above looks so peaceful, even if you don’t know exactly what you’re looking at 👀 (it’s a rock formation at the beach btw)
To celebrate the launch of our website, we’re offering a 25% off discount to the first 10 people to submit an enquiry via our website’s online form (offer valid until 31/12/2019 to Melbourne-based jobs only). Link in bio 🔥
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Touchdown, back in Sweden after six weeks in Colombia where I also got married to the one and only woman in my life 💯❤ I'll start it off with a bangin droneshot by yours truly 😊😜
Which is in my opinion is the most beautiful church in Gothenburg.
It'll be a mix match between Colombian and Swedish photography for some time. Hopefully you'll enjoy both 😋
26 13516 hours ago
In the midst of winter, I found there was, within me, an invincible summer.
Which is the most crowded island in the world? Singapore? Hong Kong? Noo, it is Santa Cruz del Islote!
I was astounded that almost nobody knows about its existence, even in Colombia, the country where it resides. It is so overcrowded that it can fit only 90 houses, 7 trees, a small primary school and a square where I found loud reggaeton music, children playing football, adults drinking beer and couples dancing all at the same time. You can literary go from one end to the other for 5 minutes through very narrow streets, while not being able to stop looking through the windows of the houses. Usually I saw a tiny rooms, a TV, women cooking, children playing around. But also I was surprised by the smell of new bakery, preparing bread and croissants for all the habitants, several shops with well ordered rafts of groceries and of course an arena for rooster fights - the primary source of entertainment and gambling.
A century ago the island attracted few fishermen because of the plentiful of stocks of fish around. Then new and new houses were built until no unused spot was left. Just recently the town council replaced the old and noisy generators with solar panels and batteries and made constant electricity available. Most of this economy is now sustained by people working at the nearby hotels on other islands. Maybe because of that people are content and don't want to move and live on the mainland. A cemetery on another uninhabited island is awaiting those who ascend from their earthly being.
Would you consider visiting this place? Or you would prefer lying at the beach at the nearby luxury hotels?
#colombiatravel#beautifuldestinations#vscobulgaria#travelingtheworld#ig_colombia#djimavicpro#fromwhereidrone#gameofdrones#djiglobal#casaenelagua#topdown *Picture taken in the summer of 2018