I’m slowly running out of photos to use from my old archive. I suppose my laziness is finally catching up to me. Perhaps it’s time for me to finally dig up some time and focus on some new photography. With taking 18 credits this semester, it’s going to be a stretch.
Until I finally whip out the initiative to start hogging my camera around, here are some more from my massive collection of various scenes in Taiwan. These were taken at the Kenting, the beach town of hotels and tourists. This was one of the only beaches that weren’t occupied by a million people, perhaps due to its hideous sand color and amount of drift wood. I embrace the unpopular beaches.