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  • Belgium, Brussels
    2017 started out with a quick, 3-day, early-January stop over in Brussels, Belgium. In between work and jet-lag I had enough time to explore and and do recon on a new city and country I had never visited. Brussels struck me as a very walkable, easy-to-navigate and livable city. It’s quite small, ... read more
    Source: Reid Peryam – ReidPeryam.comPublished on 2017-02-20By Reid Peryam
    7 months ago
  • Brussels, Belgium
    2017 started out with a quick, 3-day, early-January stop over in Brussels, Belgium. In between work and jet-lag I had enough time to explore and and do recon on a new city and country I had never visited. Brussels struck me as a very walkable, easy-to-navigate and livable city. It’s quite small, ... read more
    Source: Reid Peryam – ReidPeryam.comPublished on 2017-02-20By Reid Peryam
    7 months ago
  • New 2016 Gallery Added
    Looking back at the past year I’ve enjoyed the places I’ve been, the things I’ve done and people I’ve met so much — 2016 was a wonderful year in so many ways. I’ve added a collection of my favorite and most memorable photos from the past twelve months as a gallery you can ... read more
    Source: Reid Peryam – ReidPeryam.comPublished on 2016-12-22By Reid Peryam
    9 months ago
  • New Roller Coaster Gallery Added
    In September I took my camera on a roller coaster ride at Oktoberfest and the results turned out better than I was expecting. I’m a sucker for lines and contrast and these colorful roller coaster tracks scratched an obsessive compulsive itch. It was a lot of fun to shoot rapidly ... read more
    Source: Reid Peryam – ReidPeryam.comPublished on 2016-12-17By Reid Peryam
    9 months ago
  • Cape Town, South Africa
    South Africa has captured my imagination for almost 15 years. After spending a month in New Zealand South Africa seemed a natural follow up as an English-speaking, far away destination with natural intrigue and not too many people. Much like New Zealand, South Africa seemed mysterious for its reclusive nature which ... read more
    Source: Reid Peryam – ReidPeryam.comPublished on 2016-12-07By Reid Peryam
    10 months ago
  • Mount Kilimanjaro, Tanzania
    I broke off from Cape Town, South Africa for nine days to head to Tanzania to climb the highest mountain in Africa, Mt. Kilimanjaro. Thanksgiving afforded a great opportunity for the adventure on account of two contiguous holidays free from work (the only time all year!) and these days abut a weekend. My ... read more
    Source: Reid Peryam – ReidPeryam.comPublished on 2016-11-27By Reid Peryam
    10 months ago
  • Casablanca, Morocco
    After Croatia, Germany, the United States, Ecuador and Colombia I was getting a little uncomfortable being so comfortable. Comfort (and europe) is a dangerous thing — before long I risk being content being content. But really I prefer to be a little uncomfortable especially within the context of travel. So it ... read more
    Source: Reid Peryam – ReidPeryam.comPublished on 2016-10-19By Reid Peryam
    11 months ago
  • Split, Croatia
    Fourteen months ago I was in Cavtat, Croatia for a month and it was pretty good; smooth, 72 degree Adriatic sea water for morning swims, grilled octopus lunches sunsets the color of the Rosé I was drinking. My excuse time was that I needed to flee the Schengan zone in ... read more
    Source: Reid Peryam – ReidPeryam.comPublished on 2016-10-15By Reid Peryam
    11 months ago
  • Munich, Germany
    Last year I was in Munich for 10 days during Oktoberfest and absolutely loved it. I wanted to come back this year to experience more of Bavaria. When I was in Santiago I reserved an AirBnb across the street from the wiesn (the Oktoberfest fairgrounds) and rented it for 5 weeks. ... read more
    Source: Reid Peryam – ReidPeryam.comPublished on 2016-10-08By Reid Peryam
    12 months ago
  • Wyoming
    I met my brother and dad in Cody, Wyoming for a three day road trip, fishing three rivers through central Wyoming. We fished the Shoshone, Yellowstone and Greybull – with the intent of catching Yellowstone Cutthroat – one of the four native species of Cutthroat trout native to Wyoming. My father was ... read more
    Source: Reid Peryam – ReidPeryam.comPublished on 2016-08-27By Reid Peryam
    1 year ago
  • Wyoming, United States
    I met my brother and dad in Cody, Wyoming for a three day road trip, fishing three rivers through central Wyoming. We fished the Shoshone, Yellowstone and Greybull – with the intent of catching Yellowstone Cutthroat – one of the four native species of Cutthroat trout native to Wyoming. My father was ... read more
    Source: Reid Peryam – ReidPeryam.comPublished on 2016-08-27By Reid Peryam
    1 year ago
  • Kansas City, United States
    I lived in Kansas City for twelve formative years of young adult life. In retrospect I can attribute base attributes of my personality to that Midwestern culture within which I was raised: kindness, consideration for others, love of barbeque beef along with the desire to eat more food than is prudent. My mother and ... read more
    Source: Reid Peryam – ReidPeryam.comPublished on 2016-08-08By Reid Peryam
    1 year ago
  • Quito, Ecuador
    I had originally planned to stay in Quito for 5 weeks to decompress and re-orient focus that had been dispersed to more social and adventurous enterprises, back into creative endeavors. I figured such a small, nondescript location that I had chosen via a map instead of more organic recommendation would ... read more
    Source: Reid Peryam – ReidPeryam.comPublished on 2016-08-07By Reid Peryam
    1 year ago
  • New Portrait Collection Added
    My favorite photos to take are of people. Ideally I can photograph someone doing something that reflects their personality. Anytime I feel like I’ve captured an aspect of someone’s style, humor, intelligence, beauty, pride, introspection, or emotion I feel really proud. I think these photographs are so much more interesting than a ... read more
    Source: Reid Peryam – ReidPeryam.comPublished on 2016-07-28By Reid Peryam
    1 year ago
  • Bogota, Colombia
    I entered Colombia for the first time the same way I have many other destinations – no expectations. I thought it would be a little dirty and rugged owing to rumors that white people told me. These of course just made it more attractive in my mind (and of course ... read more
    Source: Reid Peryam – ReidPeryam.comPublished on 2016-07-25By Reid Peryam
    1 year ago