Tomorrow Never Knows

Yeah, it's touristy. But seeing the Taj Mahal in real life was a fantasy fulfilled.

I thought I wouldn't be lucky enough to see it in my 20's, but the universe provided the opportunity and I went. All day long I dream of where I'll travel to next. Wandering across the Bolivian salt flats, laying under the Northern Lights in Finland, touring Namibia, trekking across New Zealand...

Headline Quote: The Beatles

Wingtips

Jimmy Choo was once a humble cobbler, too.

A truly outstanding cobbler is an artist in their own right. I've used the same cobbler in New York for years now and when I began to travel regularly he asked me to photograph a cobblerlocated anywhere in the worldto add to his 'international cobblers wall of fame'. I searched endlessly to no avail until my trip to India, where I saw this man in Bombay on the street in his 'shop'.

This Bombay local did not speak English, but there were several English-speaking men around to kindly translate my question, 'May I take your photograph?' He looked up at me, carefully and slowly combed his eyebrows with his index finger, and grinned.

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