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Essential Eight with Artist / Photographer Eric DaBreo

While Eric calls Sonoma home, his photography transcends geographical boundaries, showcasing the breathtaking landscapes spanning the globe.

Whether perusing his portfolio in National Geographic or scrolling through Instagram, audiences are captivated by Eric’s ability to immortalize vibrant vistas tucked away from the mainstream.

Eric thrives on such adventures, readily embarking on extra miles or early morning hikes to capture nature’s unparalleled beauty.

His enthusiasm for the outdoors is infectious, as he endeavors to ignite a shared appreciation for the awe-inspiring world we collectively inhabit.

To find Eric Dabreo’s work, you can visit his website: Eric DaBreo Photography

Here are his essential eight items:

An essential book to read:

“The Compound Effect”

Favorite seed to grow in the garden:

Orange accordion tomatoes from Baker Creek Seed Co.

A skill to master:

Working on your car, changing your oil, or fixing a flat tire.

Essential bucket list item:

Hiking the John Muir Trail.

Activity to try:

Silversmithing.

A piece of advice to consider:

Treat others the way you want to be treated.

An essential recipe to try:

Cauliflower Tacos.

An essential quote to ponder:

“I believe the world is incomprehensibly beautiful—an endless prospect of magic and wonder.” – Ansel Adams

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