I started photography literally on a whim back in 2009. At the time, I was in the U.S. Air Force, stationed in Korea, and found out my next assignment would be in Germany. I figured that since I'm headed to Europe, I might as well learn to take cool photos while I was there.
I can be honest with you. My photos from Europe sucked. Bad. So much potential to take some epic photos but I wasn't at the level of photography I wanted to be at and honestly, what could you expect from someone who was shooting less than a year or so.
I don't regret it at all though. You need to continuously shoot in order to expand the way your brain, mind and eyes see. What was an obsession, has now turned into passion.
Currently, just enjoying life and capturing moments that are dear to me.