The Life of a Travelling Photographer


Expat Journal: Postcards from the Edge

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Stephen F. Dennstedt

Photographer, Writer, World Traveller

www.IndochinePhotography.me

Arica, Chile

Do you love to take pictures? Do you like to travel? Why not combine both loves and create a DIY ménage à trois. It can certainly be done. It takes a little planning, but it is absolutely doable. I started my global adventure at the venerable age of 64, and I am now 69. Age is no barrier to pursuing and fulfilling your dreams. If I could impart just one message to my readers, that message would be it’s never too late.

Thoreau is famous for saying: “The mass of men lead lives of quiet desperation.” That described my life to a tee (what does “to a tee” mean anyway). I had been working hard for 50-years, 30-years of which were spent in the high-pressure banking world. I was in a 24-year less-than-satisfactory marriage and I was miserable. I saw…

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