Joined 4 years ago from China
Naomi moved from Nigeria to China to pursue a degree in Civil Engineering and to learn about the language and culture. The language aspect has been a real ass-kicker but she's overcoming it. She is an Amateur poet, being that she has no published poetry works preferring to keep them trapped in her laptop but they will escape one day. She's also been doing other forms of writing for over two years now. She loves being behind a camera rather than in front of it. She recently discovered she could make her pictures look even better by editing them finally getting out of the historical cage she'd been trapped in, she unraveled the glories contained within Photoshop and Lightroom and she's not been the same ever since. The smiles in her pictures and the glee when people see how awesome they look, keep her going and learning more. Having people smile at her is just awesome.
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