Photography - TWENTY FIRST CENTURY NOMAD

Steven Moore Photography Twenty First century nomad

Steven Moore Photography Twenty First century nomad

Steven Moore Photography Twenty First century nomad

Steven Moore Photography Twenty First century nomad

Steven Moore Photography Twenty First century nomad

Steven Moore Photography Twenty First century nomad

Steven Moore Photography Twenty First century nomad

Steven Moore Photography Twenty First century nomad

Steven Moore Photography Twenty First century nomad

Steven Moore Photography Twenty First century nomad

Steven Moore Photography Twenty First century nomad

Steven Moore Photography Twenty First century nomad

Steven Moore Photography Twenty First century nomad

Steven Moore Photography Twenty First century nomad

Steven Moore Photography Twenty First century nomad

Steven Moore Photography Twenty First century nomad

Steven Moore Photography Twenty First century nomad

Steven Moore Photography Twenty First century nomad

Steven Moore Photography Twenty First century nomad

Steven Moore Photography Twenty First century nomad

Steven Moore Photography Twenty First century nomad

Steven Moore Photography Twenty First century nomad

Steven Moore Photography Twenty First century nomad

Steven Moore Photography Twenty First century nomad

Steven Moore Photography Twenty First century nomad

Steven Moore Photography Twenty First century nomad

Steven Moore Photography Twenty First century nomad

Steven Moore Photography Twenty First century nomad

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9 Comments

  • Reply October 27, 2016

    Amelie

    Heya! I’m at work surfing aroumd yoսr blog fгom my new apple iphone!

    Just wated tο say I love reading үour blog and look forward tо all your posts!
    Ҝeep up the fantastic ᴡork!

  • Reply June 9, 2015

    samiya selim

    These photos are amazing Steve! Would make a perfect photo album for the coffee table, creates a severe case of wanderlust 🙂

  • Reply October 14, 2014

    Mark Whittington-Buckley

    Some great pictures here. I too love photography, especially low water shots and sunset scenes. (My facebook photography pages shows). I never photoshop the pictures, just go for raw shots, some don’t turn out so well, others pretty good and I see you have taken some truly beautiful natural shots here.

    Some of those cheaper cameras can capture some great moments. I used a Canon SX50HS, a Nikon J1 and an Olympus Exilim. What creates the shot is seeing the potential in a typically mundane scene and you have done it nicely here!

    Mark

  • Reply October 14, 2014

    Jenn

    Your Photos are incredible! What kind of camera do you use? The pictures are beautiful, keep it up!

    • Reply October 14, 2014

      mogsaway@hotmail.com

      Well thank you.
      The camera is a $50 Canon, no frills. However, I would love one of those fancy expensive things one day…maybe a Xmas present to myself if I sell a few novels.

      Thanks for stopping by.

      Cheers.

  • Reply October 13, 2014

    Melissa

    You’ve got a great collection of pics! Very well done! I can’t decide on a favorite…I love them all 🙂

    • Reply October 13, 2014

      mogsaway@hotmail.com

      Thanks very much, Melissa.
      I don’t have a favorite either. Not bad for a $50 camera, eh?

      Cheers.

  • Reply September 27, 2014

    Tim

    Love the second photo taken in Bali, I am assuming it’s Bali, under the banyon tree. Very cool.

    • Reply October 7, 2014

      mogsaway@hotmail.com

      Yes, Tim, Bali…the Monkey Forest in Ubud. Love that place.

      Cheers.

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