I recently returned from a mix of travel adventures, the highlight being my first week long solo trip to British Columbia. I have traveled a lot for shorter periods of time and often on the back of a work engagement. Back in December for my 31st birthday, I decided I wanted to plan and go on at least one big travel adventure. I didn't know where, but I knew that a solo trip was something that I needed to do. When The Created Image Conference was announced I knew this was it and that I was going to find a way to make it happen. So I did and embarked on an amazing solo adventure.
Sleeping in my car (a very sleek, functional Toyota Yaris) traveling around British Columbia was a great adventure! I spent the first half of the trip learning from David duChemin, Steve Simon, and Piet Van den Eynde at The Created Image Conference held July 9-11 in Vancouver. It was such a friendly and inspiring group of photographers and the content of each lecture exceeded my expectations. The second half of the trip, I was anxious and ready to hit the road and explore a part of British Columbia.
It was a jam packed week and I am just beginning to unravel from being on the road. I am anxious to share some of my photographs and thoughts on my solo adventure trip. In the mean time, I thought I would share two images captured early on in my travels from the plane. Taken just moments apart they are the same composition, yet what a difference a few moments can make.
Flying from Maine to Vancouver, British Columbia. © Jlynn Frazier. Flying from Maine to Vancouver, British Columbia. © Jlynn Frazier.