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Cabo Rojo Beaches Through a Nikon D3100

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The beach is the place where I feel most at ease. If there's one thing I've truly learned about myself is that if I'm having a bad day or a tough week, I crave sea breeze. So I'm very lucky to be literally surrounded by many, many beaches but especially, the ones at Cabo Rojo. Being in Puerto Rico's south west coast, relatively far away from San Juan, this town is well loved for its silence and simplicity, making it the perfect place to chill and relax without the rough energy of the city.

Apart from the reasons below, I chose Cabo Rojo for my Valentine's Day/ Presidents Day Weekend getaway because it was the perfect place to let myself be present and be inspired by my surroundings. This is why I decided that investing on a fancy camera would be a great way to help me achieve this while helping me expand my creativity and increase the quality of Ambinity. Since I consider this blog my baby, I finally decided to invest in a DSLR instead of using my old point and shoot. :)

So Eimy, my awesome friend behind

The Golden Fig

, one of the most beautiful blogs I've ever seen (seriously, 

go check it out!

), gave me an awesome deal on her trusty

Nikon D1300

that she recently stopped using because she bought a new one. Let me tell you that even though I am well aware that in order to take great pictures you need studies, an artistic eye and a creative mind, there is no doubt of what a


difference switching from a Point and Shoot to a DSLR camera can make.  

Let me show you a little behind the scenes of my mini vacations and you can be the judge of the quality of my new Nikon (


my artistic eye lol).

Cabo Rojo is no doubt my happy place. What's your happy place? What do you think of this new camera?

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