Just wanna say: First, believe or not, no matter who you are, grab whatever camera,when you walking in Yosemite, press your shutter, you can really get Apple desktop background. Second, don’t forget the most important thing , flirt with the animals as much as you can when you are at route one ，squirrels, seagulls，sea lions. Cause they won’t be that playful with you anymore when you come back to urban. (Just kidding, please respect animals)
When I was young I wasn't really a "landscapes person",I grew up in a crowded city, always people around. The only entertainment between me and my friends was eating, restaurant to restaurant, a mall to another mall. I have never had any experiences about camping or something like that in my childhood. After I grew up as a young girl, In my mind I thought that be in a modern big city,owe all the technology stuff is the coolest lifestyle. I used to be a girl like to take a selfie like to posted each tiny things about my life. Until I started to pick up a DSLR camera. I don't think the DSLR camera can change a person's life, there's are tons people who holding a very expensive camera and lenses but don't know what to do with it. But my camera actually changed my view for this world, I understood the real beauty is actually creatures and naturals combination. There's nothing you can"create" but capture, the camera is a wonderful invent, all you need to do is pay attention to the beauties that already created in this world, press your shutter. You don't need a fancy lighting set up and expensive equipment, you don't even need to care about those numbers in your camera.I feel like photography just a random feelings expressive. Express beauties and emotions from your heart through your eyes.
I got inspired by the great travel videos people made online, every time I looked at it, I was extremely heart itched. The 2016 new year resolution for me is to be into the wild, so I planned a road trip to California, me and my friends rented a car from LA, drove route 5 to Yosemite- San Francisco- Route 1 back to LA. As you can see that was a fun and beautiful trip, I am glad I had my camera captured all the wonderful moments.