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From time to time, I like to just take a quick walk around my surroundings and photograph whatever I feel like is appeasing to the eye. This is where all my favorite photos go from each walk I take.


After coming back from a whirlwind of trips, I still had the travel bug. When you get in that mindset, it’s contagious. When I was 18, I took my first international trip to Baja Mexico with my mom to go kayaking down a stretch of the peninsula, ending with some amazing sights of grey whales. […]

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Date 1 of 30 – Whale Watching Adventure with Xplore Offshore - [...] be honest, I didn’t really know what to expect from this date…I’ve been whale watching down in Mexico twice prior, and didn’t really think that San Diego had much of a marine [...]June 2, 2013 – 5:30 pm

30 Dates in 30 Days with Details Matter App » Tim King Blog | Tim King Photographer - [...] and all the people I’ve met – the most memorable experiences I’ve had have been the road less traveled, the rare and most surreal sights, and the people who march to the beat of their own [...]March 12, 2013 – 4:59 pm

Amazon Adventure | Tim King Blog | Tim King Photographer - [...] Mexico! [...]January 14, 2013 – 6:00 am

noelle - hi! i loved your post. ive been wanting to see the whales there for a few years now and i think this winter might be when it can happen! do you have a recommendation for what time of year youve had the best luck seeing whales? im thinking about going down there for a few weeks and going from cabo up baja.

your photos are amazing. youve captured what i wish to see so beautfully. it made me even more excited to get down there!September 13, 2012 – 1:20 pm

Lauren Moaze - looks like a day VERY well spent :) awesome photos.September 11, 2012 – 6:43 pm

Cathy - I’ve been feeling the travel bug for a while now and your images are making it worse! ;) Guess I’ll have to get serious on planning our trip out west this winter. Loved the post!August 16, 2012 – 8:05 am

Katie Botkin - I love the handstand shot… and the end shot.June 26, 2012 – 6:58 pm

Jared - These pictures were great and a HUGE thank you to the STOIC Felix WWHHHooooopp!!!June 19, 2012 – 5:23 pm

Jimmy Rooney - The photos from the trip are awesome! I love the one at the end. Could be a useful photo for Nissan :)June 6, 2012 – 8:30 am

Lisa Jensen - Way fun! love the adventure, and all the commentary. And of course, the whales. So glad you post about this stuff.May 15, 2012 – 8:33 pm

else jensen - Tim, I love your Baja road trip to the whales. As your aunt it brings back memories of our wonderful kayak trip to Magdalena Bay with your mom and my own previous road trips to Baja. As always I love your photos which are very evocative and I love your Blog text/comments. Thank you so much for sharing your enthusiasm for traveling. You are inspiring! Looking forward to going to New Guinea together and snorkeling together!
ElseMay 13, 2012 – 8:00 pm

Karen - Hand stand photo on the salt flat is EPIC! Are salt flats naturally reflective like that? You’re right, it does make for some amazing shots! I found your site through Instagram. I appreciate the “likes” on a couple of my photos! I look forward to your entries as I just recently moved here from the East Coast and am always looking for new places to go :)May 7, 2012 – 10:36 pm

Adam Broderick - I dig your blog as well as your m.o., Tim. I recently relocated to San Diego and am looking for other photogs to shoot with. I also am usually the motivator/planner. If you ever can’t find others to rally, I could be pretty quick to motivate/pack my bags. Check out my site – you’ll find we have similar interests.May 3, 2012 – 11:15 am

Faith Bowyer - This looks amazing. I have no words, except that this entire adventure looked Majestic as F*ck.April 19, 2012 – 9:23 pm

Justin Douglas - Man this trip looks epic!!!!April 18, 2012 – 4:34 pm

ami - hahaha “Majestic as f*ck”. I love these traveling posts that you do. Really, really awesome. Can’t wait to see where you go next.April 18, 2012 – 4:24 pm

Photowalk: Troense, Denmark

While I was in Denmark, I had the opportunity to connect with extended relatives and live a few average days of the Danish lifestyle.  I had an amazing time, and it was really cool to reconnect with my family and get to know them on a more personal level.  One of the coolest experiences I […]

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Anonymous - Wow, you are a very talented photographer. Your pictures are amazing. The one with the trees is especially awe inspiring.December 14, 2012 – 2:18 am

Paige Overturf - love the wide angle shots!March 8, 2012 – 5:15 am

Klaus T. - Troense is pretty far away from the busier part of the country, but somehow I have a feeling that the people in Troense like it that way, cause it seems like a very calm city, not caring much about all those big-city people who’s in a rush all the time :)

I’m sure you would have made some great shots in summer as well, but the snow really adds something to photos of these houses.March 7, 2012 – 4:55 pm

MrThallid - I enjoy your walk-abouts. How often are you working with a tripod?March 7, 2012 – 2:12 pm

Photowalk: Aarhus, Denmark

The second city I visited in Denmark was Aarhus, which also happens to be the second most-populated.  While Copenhagen seemed like more of a metropolis, or more of an “international melting pot” of Denmark like NY, Chicago, or LA would be of the US – I felt like Aarhus was much more “Danish”.  Hope that […]

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My personal soundtrack of 2012 | Tim King Blog | Tim King Photographer - [...] Photowalk: Aarhus, Denmark Archives January 2013 [...]January 9, 2013 – 5:37 am

layton - phenomenal frames boss. your travels, your photos, your commentary, all a constant source of inspiration.March 10, 2012 – 3:08 pm

Klaus T. - Yeah, that was one damn cold day, makes me glad I don’t live in Denmark no more :) But it was fun and nice meeting you. Next time I’m in Aarhus I’ll have to visit ARoS as well, and see that rainbow thingy from the inside.

Once again I must say that you have a knack for placing your logo/watermark interesting places in your photos, thumbs up!March 7, 2012 – 4:50 pm

Photowalk: Copenhagen, Denmark

[Sidenote – all instagramers, welcome to my blog!  This is an example of an artistic outlet of my photography, if you’d like to see more of what you see on instagram, check out my photowalks.  If you’re on instagram, I’d love to hear from you – just search “timkingphoto” to find my profile] After a […]

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Anastasiya Z - Wonderful Copenhagen, you did get the amazing spirit of the city! Made me wanna go back!
Ps–it’s not an opera. It’s a playhouse.Opera is on the over side of the canal:)Just saying:)March 6, 2012 – 1:32 pm

Kate - Stunning! I want to go to that library ever so badly.March 5, 2012 – 6:58 pm

Asim Malik - Amazing pictures as usual.

Waiting for you at DTC next time you’re in town again :)March 2, 2012 – 5:54 pm

Klaus T. - You’re right, the mermaid does look a bit depressed. I never noticed that before now ou mentioned it, but I guess it’s only natural after having lost her head a few times (vandalism).February 20, 2012 – 1:30 am

Mandi - I looooove your travel photos but I always wonder, how do you pack gear wise when travelling?February 19, 2012 – 8:09 pm

Photowalk: Stockholm, Sweden

So after an amazing time in Iceland, the 4 of us had to split up and go separate ways.  Jason had business to attend to in Vancouver, and Sully needed to get back to work in San Francisco. Ryan & I on the other-hand, continued the adventure to Sweden. The first night we went out, […]

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Tanya - Looks like you’re having quite the adventure with all your traveling! I don’t know how you do it & manage a job at the same time. Le sigh.February 11, 2012 – 12:09 pm

Ben Hemstad - Looks like a cool city! Have always thought of it as the “house music” capital of the worldFebruary 10, 2012 – 8:13 am

Erik Nguyen - Cute girl! Looks like your trip has been amazing man. Jealous of all your travelsFebruary 9, 2012 – 6:43 pm

Kirk - For some reason I imagine all girls in Europe to wear those big fluffy hats during winter…is that true?February 9, 2012 – 12:34 pm