The jungle is vast, chaotic, and bathed in mostly low light levels. All of these factors make getting photos a difficult task.

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We need to learn about the appropriate times for “love and light” medicine

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I use some of my photos to illustrate this vital technique.

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Everyone can learn from any photographer, so long as you know how to critique your work

Photo by author — I love the simplicity of this travel photo. The flag gives us the location and the person under the grass shelter provides some intrigue. However, I wish I had taken it during sunset, when the light wasn’t so harsh. At the same time, the harsh light also adds some beach context as well.

Here are 5 areas where your bravery and mindset will be tested.

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When laughter is medicine but also a shield.

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I’d like to share something about ayahuasca that few talk about.

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Allowing it to happen was all I needed to do.

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I wasn’t prepared for the panicky presence of grief

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A look at some comments I received when I stated that male photographers have more access, safety, and opportunities in photography.

Authors photo — sunsets always make good photos, no matter what gender you are

G. M. Michele

Writer, traveler, and photographer. Canadian living in Colombia. Moved by magic, daily life, and the beautiful and heartbreaking balance of dark versus light.

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