Travel Photos of 2016

Travel is educational. It’s exciting. It’s humbling. This year, I had the privilege of participating in a Study Abroad program with students from West Texas A&M University (thanks for letting me tag along!), and I got to visit some domestic destinations that were both familiar and new. Here’s hoping that 2017 finds you somewhere you’ve … Continue reading

Photos from Athens: Uncategorized

This is going to be my last post (for now) about my adventures in Greece, and it’ll make an even dozen for this round. These photos either didn’t fit in the other themed posts or I didn’t have enough to make a full post about them, so that’s why you’ll see them here. Away we go! … Continue reading

Ancient Agora of Athens

Exploring the Ancient Agora was a highlight of my visit to Athens. Everyone interacts with spaces differently; for me, I could feel the history here, and I tried to transport myself to a time when the site was a daily marketplace. There are so many things to see here, so I’ll break up the photographs into … Continue reading

Climbing Areopagus

While visiting the Ancient Agora in Athens, I noticed an outcrop high on the hill to the south. I didn’t know what it was, but based on the number of people who were standing on it, it was clearly a popular destination. I snapped a photo and made a mental note to do some research on … Continue reading

Roman Agora in Athens, Greece

The Roman Agora in Athens is much smaller than the nearby Ancient Agora, but it is still an important archaeological site to visit. It was built between 19 and 11 B.C. and was a commercial center in ancient Athens. The Tower of the Winds is located here and is arguably the primary attraction. Bonus Photo! I … Continue reading