Инстаграм @cassheridan Cas Sheridan
Entering these sacred places was a treat. The purpose of each object and there spiritual meaning really intrigued me. People always ask me why I put my hand in the center of the frame sometimes, but to me it is a sense of feeling what a place represents. Japan was full of these moments and definitely can't wait to go back someday.
Visiting Nara Park was surreal. Watching these little guys adventure around the dark cypress trees was amazing. It was interesting to see how tame the deer were unlike the shy and nervous deers I am used to. Legend has it that these deer are thought of as sacred animals, the helpers of gods and have been carefully protected for many years.
Exploring the allies of Kyoto at Blue hour. The different historical elements in this city blew me away. The Higashiyama District has the richest history with it being formed 1200 years ago. With an abundance of food, culture, and lifestyle it’s hard to beat.
Viewing Tokyo Tower during sunset was something else. The mix of ultramodern and traditional environments is unlike any place I’ve visited.
Blissfulness amongst these little fellas. Watching the monkeys take an afternoon soak is something I’ll always remember. Who else wouldn’t mind this lifestyle?
These first few days in Japan have been amazing. The amount of culture, food, and everything in between is unreal. I caught this guy at one of the local temples enjoying his morning surrounding. Excited for the next 7 days exploring the southern part of this country with the squad.
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Watching this little guy enjoy a rainy afternoon along the coast of Iceland was a treat. We caught them on the last part of our trip to Iceland nestled above the black sand beach at Dyrhólaey lighthouse. These little creatures have always fascinated me and I hope to photograph more of them in the future.
Views from above. These blue rivers cutting through the forest have always been fascinating to me. Who else is excited for the snow runoff this spring?
Details have always been one of my favorite things to shoot. From different textures in the sand to feathers in animals, it has always fascinated me. Details remind me to slow down and look for the minute things around us that usually wouldn't catch our eye. What is your favorite form of details?
People always ask me what’s my favorite place I’ve traveled to. That’s such a tough question because each place is so dynamic in its own form. To me it’s more about the people you are with and the story behind each place. Hope everyone has a great weekend!
Enjoying last light at one of my favorite bridges. The amount of history this bridge holds has always been astounding to me. What is your favorite bridge?
One of my favorite activities while on a beach is checking out the different sea shells. I’ve always loved collecting them along the coasts. Who else loves collecting items?
Exploring in the clouds of Pitt Meadows was a treat. We ventured out to a hidden hot spring that’s only accessible by helicopters. This was definitely a highlight of last year! Can’t wait to get back up in the air soon.
Watching all the baby monkeys climb throughout the forest was a treat. Most of the time you would catch them hanging from their mothers neck which was a bit nerve wracking. My heart definitely jumped a couple times when they fell.
Watching these little guys prepare for their daily swim was something else. This place was truly magical. I have never been to a place with so many different natural elements. Definitely a moment I will always remember.
Watching the afternoon light dip behind the trees in Telluride, Colorado. We adventured through this stream for couple hours and it instantly became a highlight of our trip. There is something so calming about watching the river flow down a valley. Excited to explore this area more soon.