NOTINDOOR October Magazine Issue

Moshe Levis

First Words

Traveling is one of the most desirable goal for photographers who love capturing different cultures, landscapes, nature etc.

Living in California gives me the opportunity to travel to many locations that could be one to 4 hours away from my place yet be so different from each other and provide with completely different images. I’m sure there are many places like it in the world, but not that I have ever lived in.

The last trip I took was to the Sequoia National Park, a place I wanted to visit for a very long time since I have never seen these massive trees in person. Other than the sight of huge impressive Sequoias there are trails and roads that take you to sceneries you never imagined you’ll ever see. Places that no matter how good of a photographer you are, you just won’t be able to capture what you experienece.

While some photographers, like me, get to travel only near by to where they live, other photographers get to experience much further. Take this group of photographers that created a very impressive video called Moments. Watch it and share it.

moments

Until the next time,

Moshe Levis and the NOTINDOOR team

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