Well, I'm a parent now, I joined the club, and so far so good, I can continue writing a newsletter, publishing a blog, watching and reading some interesting stuff.
I couldn't be happier to share the news with you, Alex was born on the 27th August, he's healthy, mum is doing great, we are doing just great, in fact, we are already planning our first trip!
I won't lie here, you sleep, less. Hey, nothing any human can't do, so, if you are on the same page, embrace it and enjoy it, cause rather rapidly it will change completely.
Probably this monthly, it'll be shorter for you. Let's go!
New story from NZ North Island field notes!
“48h of Taranaki”
Yet, to get there we went through the Cook Strait, Wellington, Castlepoint, and New Plymouth!
Once we saw it, it blew our minds, and I tried to capture it from a few angles and different times of the day.
Check it out!
Last week of the month, a friend I met on Instagram invited to join him on two days visiting Serrania de Cuenca, Spain.
I accepted and thank him for taking me there, on top of that we met in person, and it was fantastic! He's Javier Abad, a former freelance snowboard and adventure photographer, now runs his own wedding photography studio, f2studio.
As soon as we arrive we were flabbergasted by the beauty of this place, more importantly, I had never before heard about it.
A sunset for the books, bivouac for a night with one of the greatest skies I have seen in my home country, and yet another spectacular location for sunset the second date offered us a glimpse of the magnificent area as well as allowing us to capture wonderful scenery while surrounded by nature.
And this place showed me, wherever you’re, you probably have an outstanding place 1/2/ or 3 hours far away, just look around!
Bits of inspiration.
‘The Problem of the Wilderness’
I watched a few short movies, and this one really caught my attention.
Three minutes long, it has something that really transports me to Alaska, something not many can do.
On top of that, it has an impressive narrative and a voice.
"In the wilderness, with its entire freedom from the manifestations of human will, that perfect objectivity which is essential for pure esthetic rapture can probably be achieved more readily than among any other forms of beauty." - Bob Marshall, 1930
The Boy Who Harnessed The Wind
If you are looking for some inspiration story this coming month, here you go.
William Kamkwamba, who never gave up, achieve something unbelievable, and it's once again, that with little much, there are powerful things to achieve on this planet, it's all about hard work and perseverance.
In my opinion, one of the best Originals from Netflix.
The air conditioning trap:
how cold air is heating the world
The warmer it gets, the more we use air conditioning. The more we use air conditioning, the warmer it gets. Is there any way out of this trap?
In today's world, air conditioning, in some places, is considered a human right, and it's undeniable how great this invention is.
Yet, I'm a hardcore user since I move to Madrid, it warms our planet more and somehow we need to figure out how to improve its efficiency and reduce global emissions.
You can read it here or listen to it as a podcast here.
Well, folks, thanks for reading ♥️
Not much time here, I need to attend the baby.
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