119 thoughts on “Indian Wonder”

      1. Indeed. Stefan currently lives & works
        in China, with his lovely Mexican wife,
        Alexandra. Who he met whist working
        in South Korea, after a couple of years
        living in Japan. One day they’ll move
        back Down Under. Well, that’s the plan.

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      2. That makes me smile!
        I’ve never known anyone that has ever done anything like that! I’ve been outside of The U.S. a couple of times but only parts of Mexico. In my mind I plan traveling to far off places and it’s always a small town no one has ever heard of. I’m low key like that. Yall have raised some great kidos that aren’t afraid of the world!πŸ‘πŸ‘

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      3. That’s true! Have you written a book? If so I’d buy it!:) The last trip I went on was 3 years ago to Chicago. I don’t really have time for much.

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  1. Oh wow!!! Joy upon joy in this post! Couldn’t stop sighing and smiling at all the glorious pictures and then seeing it’s all by Your son! How fun and wonderful! Well done, Dad! Yay and Cheers all around!!! πŸ€—β€οΈπŸ˜Š

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    1. My son, Stefan, took those pics, Nadine.
      But I taught him every he doesn’t know 😎
      I’m looking forward to going back to
      indulge in some more of that colourful
      Indian cultural experience πŸ™

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      1. I think he’s a master already❀️! I can’t remember who said it but I think every artist paints/photographs/creates a reflection of an aspect of themselves, it’s like a self-portrait, to see what they see/ how they view the world. I think he has a kind, empathetic heart.

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      2. You are very astute, Judy.
        But I already knew that of you
        through your prolific poetry πŸ’›
        Stefan has been working as a science teacher in various Asian locations since finishing University. He’s been loving it so much,
        he even found a wife 😎

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  2. Greetings! This is amazing!! What lovely photography and in the moment captures. It’s breathtaking! I was wondering if you could checkout my new piece on a young individual in the community trying to fight all odds to make his dreams come true and hopefully comment some feedback to improve the writing style. Looking forward to hearing from you. – Kiran

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