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Sandra Cattaneo Adorno, 65. Age is not a barrier to creativity. With no prior experience, she is given a camera at 60, and by 64 she is an award winning internationally recognized photographer. Read the entire story at AGEIST of how a business woman pivots to become an artist. . “I feel like the luckiest person in the world,” she tells me. “This is something I never knew was there, and I got it as a gift. I’m just like a child again!” @sandracattaneoadorno . . #photographer #artist #travelphotography #reinventyourself #icon #streetphotography #SPi_Silhouettes#SPiCollective #SPi_Travel #LensCultureStreets#spjstreets #womenstreetphotographers#streetphotographyinternational#dreaminstreets #hikaricreative#challengerstreets #zonestreet#exxplorevision #380collective#natgeoyourshot #silhouette_creative#burnmagazine #fromstreetswithlove#life_is_street #womanofacertainage#aginggracefully #aging #womenover60#womenover50
For our profile of Sandra Cattaneo Adorno, 65. Age is not a barrier to creativity. With no prior experience, she is given a camera at 60, and by 64 she is an award winning internationally recognized photographer. “I feel like the luckiest person in the world,” she tells me. “This is something I never knew was there, and I got it as a gift. I’m just like a child again!”
@marycarylglitter I’m 65 too! I love to do creative things but the camera has eluded me so far. Going to try when I return home from Europe later this month. Good for you! 👏👏👏@style.vixenA great story. Gives me motivation to take a photography course. 💙@nolita_nebula Great! Amazing! That’s how it should be 🌹Loren Spagnuolo Her photos are incredible. Loren Spagnuolo Her photos are incredible. Karen Doane Stunning!! Tom Roush Wow. Raw talent. Daniel Tuck Beautiful!
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Peter King Robbins, 63. Dyslexia, drug addiction, motorcycle racing, punk rock, hanging in Pakistan with the Mujaheddin. Now a successful graphic designer, with an incredible history. “I realize that, in a lot of ways, the choices I’ve made may have cost me, but I’ve been rewarded in ways beyond my wildest imagination,” he says. His life adventure is far from done. How about yours ? . Today on AGEIST. Check it out. . #Neverstop #rolemodel #aginggracefully #aging #badass #womenover60#agingbackwards#agingredifined#agingbeautifully #agingwithgrace#weseeyou# #carlover #letsgo #agepositive #aginggoals#aginginspo #styleover40 #styleover50#staywild #aging #passion #lustforlife #motoracer #adventurer
For our profile of Peter King Robbins 63, who beat dyslexia and drug addiction, tried his hand at motorcycle racing, punk rock and hanging with the Mujahadeen in Pakistan, and is now a respected award winning graphic desiger. “ I realize that, in a lot of ways, the choices I’ve made have cost me, but I’ve been rewarded in ways beyond my imagination”.
@cspottalk Just getting started- again-Cancer survivor- domestic violence survivor- single parent survivor – narcissist survivor-63 and feeling like 23- with the same questions and fears for my future. @Tova_k It’s never too late to reinvent!!! Bravo! 👏🙏🕺🏽
This was from our story of one woman’s unintentional trip to a honeymoon resort in the Maldives: Frances Favorito This is a neat story! I especially enjoyed the spontaneity of decisions and what followed. Liza Pams What a great adventure! Now I want to go!
For Josiane Chriqui’s lovely story of learning to swim in the frigid waters of San Francisco Bay we received this on Facebook: Cindy Peck Pereira News flash..60 is not old. At 60 I don’t give a flying F$&@ what anyone thinks. Swim the damn bay, climb he freakin Mt. just shut up and do it. Not because you think you have one foot in the grave and one on a banana peel.