An Eye on the World is a photos-only companion to my main blog One Foot Out the Door. My bio for that site will serve just as well here:

I’m a restless, world-wandering, language-loving, book-devouring traveler trying to straddle the threshold between a traditional, stable family life and a free-spirited, irresistible urge to roam. Even when I was young, I always wanted to be somewhere else. I was the kid who loved camp, vacations, sleepovers, and all forms of transportation. Did my restlessness spring from a love of languages and other cultures? From a fiction fixation and all the places I’ve visited on the pages of a globeful of authors? I think it’s more primordial, though, an innate itch that demands scratching at regular intervals. I’m sure I won’t have a travel story every time I add to this blog, but I’ve got a lot! I’m a pretty happy camper (literally), but there is some angst as well as excitement in always having one foot out the door. Come along for the trip as I take the second step …

4 thoughts on “About”

  1. I only just discovered your other blog. Lovely photos. The blog header looks awful familiar… ;o)


    • Thanks! And haha – I bet those eyes follow you all over Kathmandu! (Can’t even remember if these are from Swayambhunath or Boudhanath … do you know?)


  2. I didn’t know you had a second blog 🙂


    • I started it a little after the first (main) one because I didn’t want to clutter up that blog with Photo Challenges, Photo 101, etc. Now it’s kind of a pain to have two, but I like keeping the main one for travel stories and longer posts. Thanks for following this one, too!

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