journey

by Ante Badzim

Reflect on the tracks you have made, they serve as reminders of how far you have come and that only you are in control how far you go.  This has been a big year for me, so I am taking time to acknowledge my personal achievements. The most valuable to me is the progress I have made with the crippling anxiety I have had most of my life.  It’s a good time to also thank my family and friends who have been my lifeline and who without I truly wouldn’t be here today.

Reflect on the tracks you have made, they serve as reminders of how far you have come and that only you are in control how far you go.
This has been a big year for me, so I am taking time to acknowledge my personal achievements. The most valuable to me is the progress I have made with the crippling anxiety I have had most of my life.

It’s a good time to also thank my family and friends who have been my lifeline and who without I truly wouldn’t be here today.

by Ante Badzim

Early morning in Thailand with lone worker on pier and fisherman hoping to get an early catch. The air was warm, the water still and the clouds filtered the light to create a dream like scene.

Early morning in Thailand with lone worker on pier and fisherman hoping to get an early catch. The air was warm, the water still and the clouds filtered the light to create a dream like scene.

by Ante Badzim

Hong Kong architecture at its finest.

Hong Kong architecture at its finest.

by Ante Badzim

Bird’s eye view of worker from The Peak, Hong Kong. A well deserved break from the heat and job well done. 
  Olympus OM-D E-M1 + 75mm f/1.8 

Bird’s eye view of worker from The Peak, Hong Kong. A well deserved break from the heat and job well done.

Olympus OM-D E-M1 + 75mm f/1.8 

by Ante Badzim

Early morning rise in   Sri Lanka   hoping to catch a glimpse of some whales. The harbour with its endless boats and subtle light from sunrise made for a painting like image.     There are people in this photo but it’s a bit like Where’s Wally?    Olympus AU   E-M1 + 12-60mm f/2.8

Early morning rise in Sri Lanka hoping to catch a glimpse of some whales. The harbour with its endless boats and subtle light from sunrise made for a painting like image. 

There are people in this photo but it’s a bit like Where’s Wally?

Olympus AU E-M1 + 12-60mm f/2.8