So we've actually been back in town for a little while now. It's been pretty relaxing and enjoyable planning for our next big trip, I've been working on the daunting task that is writing out the chronicles of our trip, and looking for jobs! In fact, in my down time I've been Uber'ing and taking on most any odd job I think that I can complete! So far I've done everything from landscaping, cleaning, carpentry, running errands, and more. In fact, if you you need anything done, feel free to pop over to my personal portfolio to see some of the work I've done in the past at www.BobbyTaylor.info or if you have a job lead, email me at HireBobbyTaylor@Gmail.com for a copy of my resume. Also if you've ever thought about Uber'ing and would like to sign up, use my promo code BOBBYT310UE and we'll both get a cash bonus!
But anyways, Being that we're back in town, we've been meeting up with some old friends and doing some of the things we used to do. That tends to be how it is after a big trip; return home, get back into a routine, settle in. Fortunately (or unfortunately, however you look at it), humans are creatures of habit, and we're back into a close routine to what we were doing before we left. There's a sort of comfort in going to places, doing things, and seeing faces that you know and you're comfortable with.
So one of the main things I want to get back into is practicing my flow arts. While we were on our trip, I had little to no time to practice. And I didn't even get an opportunity to spin fire while on the trip. And this is for multiple reasons, traveling on such a short time frame we were very busy every time we stopped. And if we weren't, we were relaxing and recouping. We also didn't want to travel with a flammable liquid sitting under our bed... So we didn't have any white gas with us either...
But since being back, we've made our way to a few flow jams and below are some pictures of a few different flow jams we recently went to. If you're unfamiliar, flow jams are typically an environment where people meet up to teach, learn, and practice their flow arts. One thing outside of practicing my flows arts that I'd like to do more of is to practice my fire photography. Before I left, I had my settings dialed in pretty well. After not participating in such activities for a few months, I've sorta forgotten my favorite shutter speeds, apertures, temps, etc. So be sure to keep an eye out for new fire photography shots!
Below are some shots I snagged that I liked for whatever reason at the last few flow jams we went to...
If you're in any of the shots, keep an eye out on my personal FB page for a few different albums that will have all of the shots and videos!
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