Close your eyes and recall the late ’90s and mid ’00s.
On the off chance that you were online in those days and via web-based networking media, you likely had a MySpace account. Before Facebook companions, you’d pick your Top 8 to show for the world to see. Dissimilar to Facebook, notwithstanding, one individual was companions with everybody on MySpace, and his name was Tom.
Tom Anderson was the fellow benefactor of MySpace, and he in the end sold the organization for an incredible $580 million. From that point forward, he’s been voyaging, and he’s likewise gotten a diversion that is entirely amazing.
Tom is currently a picture taker (and a beautiful darn astounding one at that).
He doesn’t just take the photos — he also tells their stories. This one is from Angkor Wat, and he used long exposures while they tested a light show. It was a once-in-a-lifetime shot.
Sometimes it’s hard to believe the places he’s photographing are real.
He says he loves catching photographs of places that aren’t usually seen on camera, like this temple he stumbled upon in the fog.
Some of his images have even been animated by other artists to bring them to life.
In photography, it seems Tom has really found his passion and purpose. He takes great pride in each image he posts to his Instagram, which has more than 340,000 followers.
These photos are some of the most beautiful I’ve ever seen. It’s so important to find your passion in life, especially after a big change. Share this with all your friends and family who will recognize Tom from MySpace and be amazed!