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You know that feeling when you're flipping through old family photos, and suddenly you see yourself in your parents or grandparents? That's how I felt growing up in Rwanda, watching my parents' photo albums. Each picture told a story, and I couldn't help but feel connected to those moments.

Even though I didn't realize it back then, I've always been drawn to the magic of photography. Before I ever picked up a camera, I expressed myself through drawings and sketches. But as time went on, I found that capturing moments with a camera was even more fulfilling.

Beyond photography, I'm just a regular person with a few passions. I could talk for hours about why "The Office" is the best show ever, and you'll often catch me grooving to some chill 80's tunes.

And when it comes to simple life pleasures, nothing beats the feeling of standing on a beach, watching the sun dip below the horizon or rise to greet the day. There's something about the vastness of the ocean that puts everything into perspective and reminds me to appreciate the little moments in life.

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