Those little white dots in the middle of this field in Iceland are sheep. HAHA They’re so teeny tiny here but when you meet them in real life they are big and pretty nonchalant about things. They don’t pay you any attention until you get super close to try to pet them. Trust me, I know from experience. Keep away from the sheep…

Wait a minute, can you even see them?

I imagine if I were a guy, this is what I’d look like from behind. After I was done taking my DSLR images, Ill out my iPhone and take a few pics with that. I always text them to Andrew. I don’t know why. I think it’s partly to let him know I’m ok but also to show him all the cool stuff he’s missing out on, like an approaching storm thats about to hit the Washington Monument.

Three things I was grateful for this week:

1. Being able to fly back to Taiwan and see family I haven’t seen in almost 8 years.

2. New found joy in Snapchat. Seriously, I’m having so much fun on there! (Username: abpanphoto)

3. Starting a new book called Creative Confidence. I’m currently reading it on the plane.

The Jarvie


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Scott Jarvie. The man behind the lens of so many great images. He’s currently on a tour across America photographing #FaithinAmerica. Luckily, I got to meet him while he was in DC. Such a great guy and so easy to talk to.

We met up at Iwo Jima and walked over to Arlington National Cemetery for sunset. Right after I snapped this image, he screamed from the top of the hill “oh, were you taking a picture of me?” HAHA great guy!

Check out his vlog for some fun behind the scenes stuff.