Tag Archives: culture

new york city unplugged

new york city. a city full of life and energy. there is always something to do – festivals, concerts, musicals, exhibitions, bars, restaurants, parties, boutiques, cafes, parks, people-watch… the question is: which one to choose?! those with the fear of missing out are probably living in anxiety all the time. it can be overwhelming too, being constantly bombarded with sights, […]

wanders of montreal

wandering and capturing montreal through my (iphone) lens… up in the air // can i have a cuppa cappuccino please? up in the air // i think my first white christmas has just arrived. prismatica, an art installation in downtown montreal // love how these spinning prisms bring colours and sounds (bells) to the world of black and […]

quand on n’a que l’amour

when we only have love… this is the french song sang beautifully by a friend of the wedding couple, serenading everyone in the cathedral. a union in the land of l’amour, set in the backdrop of an old town hall, a lovely cathedral and le charming château, just like a fairy tale… except this is real. i’m glad to be part of this special […]

seattle weekend

just a short weekend to seattle and my wandering feet got excited again. i can’t wait to explore this part of the world now that i live in the states. i need more time please! it was awesome hanging out with friends from home. lotsa laughters and chaotic fun but that’s not for the post here. :) miss you […]

das lovely casamento

blue skies, pretty clouds. soft sand. clear waters… bride arriving at the beach in a horse carriage. vows made against the backdrop of a beautiful sunset. accompanied by the gentle sound of waves… a lovely setting for a beautiful couple. dinner was served at the garden by the beach house. lines of bulbs lit up […]

wanders of barrio italia

barrio italia. from the outside, the houses, no more than two stories high, kept its original architecture. it may seem quiet as you wander down the street of avenida italia, lined with trees and unassuming wooden doors. dont hesitate to pop into every one of them, for each house has its own character. the narrow […]

cambodia thru my lens

snapping away with my humble canon s90 in auto mode. sometimes it’s about capturing the moment. by the time i figure out what setting to use (i know nuts about it btw), i’d would have lost the moment. maybe one day, i’ll bother to get a dslr and learn the real deal. for now, i’m […]