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Photo taken by an LAX security officer...clearly, he hasn't taken our workshop!We’re finally on our way to our workshop in Bhutan— here’s a photo of Will, Fred and Sarah at LAX. (By the way, this photo was taken by an LAX security officer…clearly, he hasn’t taken our workshop!)

We have a journey of approximately 7,782 miles (12,524 kilometers) ahead of us, taking us from sunny Los Angeles to the snowy Himalayas. Our route will take us through Seoul and Bangkok before we arrive in Thimpu, the capital city of Bhutan. There, we’ll be joined by two other team members who are based in Asia, Mark and Thomas.

We’re excited to share this journey with you and will post more updates once we arrive. Please check back soon!

8 Comments, RSS

  • victor fong

    says on:
    January 9, 2014 at 9:01 am

    wow fred! you weren’t kidding about the luggage! wishing you a bon voyage!

  • Steve Bliss

    says on:
    January 9, 2014 at 12:28 pm

    Sincere best wishes to you and your team, Fred, for a successful trip

  • larry

    says on:
    January 9, 2014 at 9:33 pm

    ‘ where do i put my jacket ? “

  • Daniel Milnor

    says on:
    January 9, 2014 at 11:48 pm

    I knew security had a secret love of photography. My back hurts just looking at those bags. Good luck, have fun.

  • David Bourns

    says on:
    January 10, 2014 at 12:30 am

    Keeping my fingers crossed on the lugggage for your Bangkok to Paro flight! Have a great trip and a great workshop!

  • Morgan Lee

    says on:
    January 10, 2014 at 2:41 am

    Bon voyage!

  • Harold

    says on:
    January 10, 2014 at 11:22 pm

    A little something on the nature of mentoring.

    Having worked with kids for a long time has taught me a few things and helped me understand people a little better. Children don’t always know how to express it but one of the biggest needs they have is to know someone cares. They understand that they cannot take care of themselves so they look for opportunity or someone to get that need met.

    I asked Joey L. what was the one thing that allowed him to get his photo career going so quickly and he attributed it to the support of his parents. Whether he did well or not they just went with it and supported him with encouragement, gear or whatever.

    My experience is the this: the raw materials, gifts, talents are in there you just have to provide the environment for them to develop.

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