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Every week I post a new portrait of a person that’s radiating with a touch of magic. This one in particular has a lot of ‘special’ attached to it because of its historical significance. To see more Portraits Around the World, click here. When I walked through the entrance of Todaiji Temple the firs thing I saw was a …

Every week I post a new portrait of a person that’s radiating with a touch of magic. Sometimes these pictures capture a look that’s a little haunting, other times they take a peek into the every day life of people from different parts of the world. This one right here is, by far, my favorite. …

Lately, Travelsuras has been all about Buddha. Discovering the traditions of Buddhism in Korea has been one of the things I’ve loved most about living in South Korea this past year. It’s interesting to see how religion has such a powerful effect on society and a countries overall culture. It’s important to note that Korean Buddhism is …

Every week I post a new portrait of a person from a day or time that stood out to me. Sometimes the stories that along with it are cultural, other times they’re merely introspective. Overall, they’re meant to capture a moment. Something that made me think during my travels. To see more Portraits Around the World, click here. …

Every week I post a new portrait, with a short little story to go along with it, that captures the magnificence of people and societies around the world. Sometimes they’re taken in my own backyard, and sometimes they’re captured during my travels. To see more Portraits Around the World, click here. Have you heard of the …

Every week I tell the story behind a photograph featuring the portrait of a person that made me think. Sometimes they’re about capturing a feeling, other times they’re about the story the photograph tells. To see more Portraits Around the World, click here. My the street in South Korea… and one of the older Ajushis who walks my street every …

This was the first year I lived somewhere that has more than one season (unless you count slightly more prevalence of rain). I know that’s probably baffling for a lot of people, including my boyfriend who walked around in the dead of Korean winter with a t-shirt on. For me, though, it was a big deal. …