FStop Gear’s “A Week in the Life of” Colby Brown – Guatemala

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What is it like to take local buses in a 3rd world country? How do I determine what to document on a trip to another country? What it is like to live life in my shoes?

I recently wrote an article for F-stop Gear, the leading adventure photography bag maker in the industry right now, about my trip to Guatemala earlier this year. It started yesterday with Day 1 and continues today with Day 2. Be sure to check back in each day with them to read the full story. This piece covers 12 days of travel through the beautiful, wild and amazing country of Guatemala. Enjoy!

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