Today, I was looking through my photo archive and came across a picture of Antonio, a dropout I met a few years ago while location scouting in Cres, Croatia. As I looked at the photo, I was instantly transported back to that day and all of the memories came flooding back.
Antonio was such a kind and hospitable man, and he welcomed us into his home with open arms. He had been living as a dropout for over two years, and his only companions were his two cats and a white deer. It was such a unique and special experience and one that I will always remember.
Looking at this photo, I am reminded of the importance of being open to new experiences and the beauty of meeting new people. I am grateful to have these photos to look back on and remember him by.
Taking photos is a rewarding practice that allows us to capture and cherish the memories that matter most. Plus, it's a great way to keep track of all the amazing places we've been and the people we've met along the way.
So here's to the importance of documenting your life – may it continue to bring joy and memories for years to come. Do yourself a favour and take pictures of whatever comes your way.