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Traveler, Photographer, Location Independent, World Unschooler, Anarcho-capitalist
Traveler, Photographer, Location Independent, World Unschooler, Anarcho-capitalist

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7 Things You Should Know Before Becoming a Digital Nomad

The notion of living a location independent lifestyle is growing in popularity. Many entrepreneurs, across various age groups, long for the freedom to live and work wherever they desire.

The idea being, build an “online business”, ditch the office, and head out to travel to all of the places you’ve dreamed of visiting.

#travel #digitalnomad #locationindependent 

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totally changing the focus and website of Daemontown.  We will still have some featured images but the focus will not be on photography.

Instead we will focus on lifestyle, working for yourself, digital nomadic lifestyle, and maybe a little world schooling.  

As well as a focus on website design, and Wordpress.

I just finished the site design please check it out and let me know what you think.

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"Definitely the freedom that comes with it. Being a roamer is great and I wouldn’t have it any other way. The world is chalk full of places to explore, and I think it’s foolish to stay in one place for the majority of your life; it seems like such a grand waste." ~ Miro

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Just made these for my online shop the vintage flower collection iPhone cases.  Images are from masterpeices from the 1600 and 1700's.  

http://goo.gl/8RgX91

#vintageflowerart   #iphone   #zazzle  
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Castillo de Salgar

One of the people we met in Barranquilla, Colombia was a young man named Guillermo.  He is a very proud Colombia and was very proud of the area of Colombia that he lives in. So he told us we must go to Castle Salgar for sunset.  So he took Tracey, Makai and I to the castle during our second week in Barranquilla, the setting was epic.

The castle of San Antonio de Salgar is a historical building located in the municipality of Puerto Colombia, northwest of the department of Atlantico , Colombia . The castle is twenty minutes from the city of Barranquilla and was built by the Spanish in 1848 on the ruins of the old fort of San Antonio, during the colonial era. It is a place of historical interest, as the castle was a Spanish fort that served as a prison, as a colony and later as a refuge center.

Today being, recently restored, it now houses a restaurant and serves as center stage for events and family and cultural recreation in the Caribbean coast of Colombia.

To see this photo and more please visit: http://bit.ly/1tkWBwe
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http://fineartamerica.com/featured/sunset-at-castillo-de-salgar-rob-tullis.html 
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Castillo de Salgar

One of the people we met in Barranquilla, Colombia was a young man named Guillermo.  He is a very proud Colombia and was very proud of the area of Colombia that he lives in. So he told us we must go to Castle Salgar for sunset.  So he took Tracey, Makai and I to the castle during our second week in Barranquilla, the setting was epic.

The castle of San Antonio de Salgar is a historical building located in the municipality of Puerto Colombia, northwest of the department of Atlantico , Colombia . The castle is twenty minutes from the city of Barranquilla and was built by the Spanish in 1848 on the ruins of the old fort of San Antonio, during the colonial era. It is a place of historical interest, as the castle was a Spanish fort that served as a prison, as a colony and later as a refuge center.

Today being, recently restored, it now houses a restaurant and serves as center stage for events and family and cultural recreation in the Caribbean coast of Colombia.

To see this photo and more please visit: http://bit.ly/1tkWBwe
or
http://fineartamerica.com/featured/sunset-at-castillo-de-salgar-rob-tullis.html 
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Antioquena Barranquilla

This was a great day walking around downtown Barranquilla, Colombia with our friend +Will Castillo from +I Will Travel.  We spent a month in this Northern Colombian city and thanks to friends we made and Will, who was the reason we made the trip north from Cartagena, we had a great time.

You can find this image and more at http://bit.ly/1qR1mHM or http://rob-tullis.artistwebsites.com/featured/antioquena-barranquilla-rob-tullis.html 

We can hardly wait to got back.

#Colombia #Barranquilla #streetphotography   #blackandwhitephotography  
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Antioquena Barranquilla

This was a great day walking around downtown Barranquilla, Colombia with our friend +Will Castillo from +I Will Travel.  We spent a month in this Northern Colombian city and thanks to friends we made and Will, who was the reason we made the trip north from Cartagena, we had a great time.

You can find this image and more at http://bit.ly/1qR1mHM or http://rob-tullis.artistwebsites.com/featured/antioquena-barranquilla-rob-tullis.html 

We can hardly wait to got back.

#Colombia #Barranquilla #streetphotography   #blackandwhitephotography  
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Maria Reina Metropolitan Cathedral of Barranquilla

New post check out the 8 foot stained glass windows of this impressive cathedral.

http://daemontown.com/maria-reina-metropolitan-cathedral/

#colombia   #barranquilla   #church   #cathedralphotography  
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