The sand dunes after the rain.
First photo has people near the bottom and at the top of the dunes if you're interested in scale.
Last photo taken by Kevin Humphreys.
"The world is full of homes in which I have lived for a day, a month, or much longer. How much I care about a home is not measured by the length of time I lived there. One night in a room with a leaping fire may mean more to me than many months in a room without a fireplace, a room in which my life has been paced less excitingly" - Margaret MeadI came across this quote 7 years ago and realized I could make it work for me. That in the right frame of mind, every place I came across could be my home when I needed it to be. Although it can certainly be a homesickness-inducing challenge, it's become easier over time. My Grandma asked me about how I deal with my need to have a cozy nest while traveling, and I told her that in a lot of ways my relationship with Kevin has become a nest. With him by my side, even the quiet corner in the Delhi International Airport felt like home.