His portfolio reflects years consumed with trekking the globe, but photographer Jauder Ho only rediscovered his love for the art several years ago. Taking advantage of an opportunity for a vacation for the first time in over a decade, Jauder Ho ended up taking a trip to Japan including a trek up Mount Fuji. That followed by the road trip of a lifetime driving across the States had a profound effect on how he perceives the world. Since then, Jauder Ho has seen the world shot by shot, each one serving as a reminder of changing moments in time. In his portfolio, Jauder Ho juxtaposes long exposure shots of beautiful scenery with pictures focused on details that explain more to the story. Jauder Ho strives to take portraits that describe the feelings of his subjects and reflect his ability to arouse emotions from the viewer. Combining skills acquired from continual photography with what it takes to see life on stills, Jauder Ho has created a body of work that reflects the world both great and small. Here, Jauder Ho brings you selected content from his personal collection as well as sharing interesting items found from the Internet. Identica
Beach Rock Treehouse: Okinawa, Japan
This treehouse by Japanese builder Kobayahsi Takashi was constructed with the express purpose of communicating with outer space. “A sparkling beacon among treetops, it is easy to imagine the dome succeeding at its mission to make contact with alien life,” writes Nelson. (via Book preview: ‘New Treehouses of the World’ — chicagotribune.com)

Beach Rock Treehouse: Okinawa, Japan

This treehouse by Japanese builder Kobayahsi Takashi was constructed with the express purpose of communicating with outer space. “A sparkling beacon among treetops, it is easy to imagine the dome succeeding at its mission to make contact with alien life,” writes Nelson. (via Book preview: ‘New Treehouses of the World’ — chicagotribune.com)