Every place I have visited has a story to tell and a view to capture. Normally, the first thing I think of when I arrive at a new destination or while I am still in transit 😉 is, “how can I make this view an amazing picture?” This normally results in a huge library of mediocre pictures and only a couple of good ones. This wasn’t a problem when I had my Canon 80D because it was hard to constantly carry around a large camera. But, I decided to sell my canon for a more compact camera; The Samsung Galaxy s8 Plus. Now, I am in a lot of trouble. I am always taking pictures and my phone storage is quickly filling up. But, this phone is one of the best phones I have ever had. I bought the international version with 128gb storage. Wow!
Without further ado, I present to you my time spent in Puerto Vallarta (PV), Mexico in picture format with just a tid-bit of narration 😀. Enjoy!
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I want to start this off with a bang! First up is my set of “super landscape views”. I always try to capture some wide-format pictures of my trips and travels. It is so easy with my Samsung Galaxy s8. I take wide-format photos just as much as normal photos. I hope you enjoy these masterpieces.
Here are a few places I visited while in PV. Some places I went do not have photos, but I hope you enjoy!
I could fill a huge book of all my beach photos I took, and honestly I wanted to make this section grande. However, for the sake of load time I decided to make this section short so the other sections could have more attention. I stayed at one beach area almost the entire time so I really do not have a huge selection of various beach photos; it is the same place over and over and over and . . . well you get the picture (pun intended).
One of the best capturing moments I had was during those last few moments of light. The sunsets were amazing day-after-day. I hope you enjoy these pictures as much as I enjoyed capturing them!
Of course no gallery is complete without night photos. It is hard to capture night-shots with my phone, but the software in the Galaxy s8 is amazing and it performed well in those low-light conditions.
Last but not least . . . While I was in PV I was able to eat out at restaurants and make my own homemade dishes. Can you guess which ones are which? Also, I always cook in one pot while traveling. If you want to learn how to effectively cook a whole meal in one pot please leave comments. I might write a blog post on it in the future. Gracias!
There could be so much more to share but for the sake of load time, and your patience, I figured that is enough for now. I hope you enjoyed Puerto Vallarta gallery. Please leave a comment or two!
. . . Adios!