Remember The Founder Of Myspace, Tom Anderson? Look What He's Doing Now.
When Tom, who co-founded Myspace, sold the company, he had plenty of cash to spare.
He had $580 million in his bank account, so he decided to spend a little time exploring the world. So, if you thought he was lost in some kind of cave, he wasn't. He's simply been taking great shots inside one.
Living the dream is pretty much everyone's goal, but for Tom, our dream is his reality.
Now Tom is a freaking globe trotter and he even discovered another secret passion of his along his many adventures. In 2011, he decided to take on photography and has snapped photos of impressive venues like this one.
Most millionaires tend to sit in a corporate chair of a high-rise complex.
But Tom roams across the planet, and whether he's on the ground or in the air, he never wastes an opportunity to take a photo of some impressive scenery or skyscrapers before hitting the rod for his next new adventures.
As he scours the Earth with his camera, Tom finds things that are almost ethereal.
Who would have thought that a coding guy would turn into a photographer? But Tom is dedicated to capturing the illustration of life in the most remote regions of the world.
It's safe to say that Tom was never destined to spend a lot of time in a stuffy office.
He's much happier being on the open road and seeing where it'll take him. Along the way, he does a little field work, and takes in the sights, which he so generously shares with his followers.
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