thanks @chr_sty for taking some sick photos:
ooh it’s been a while. Here is a recollection of three days worth of photos:
Here’s my first try at film photography. My lovely boyfriend got me a Canon AE-1 for Christmas and here are the first results: At Ambleside beach in West Vancouver – my old home.
A collection of a few moments. Over the past few weeks, I’ve been trying to become somewhat more of a healthier person. I know that doesn’t sound confident, and it’s because I don’t know how long I will keep up this regime. Things I’ve started to do: running eating kale & salad, and triedContinue reading “Photos + Reflection”
Here’s a compilation of mostly Vancouver photos. Of my food adventures, a hike, and finding cool new and old places.
I went to SF a week ago, and it was a pretty cool trip. I even got a tan, and I never get tanned. So just a few photos in memory of it.
Here are a few photos that kinda summarize my food over how many weeks I don’t know. Past few weeks I’ve been working nonstop. But it’s slowed down a bit, so I’ve had some time to unwind. I’ve been putting off a lot of what I really need to get done for a lousy day,Continue reading “Life in bite sizes”
Today there was a forest fire outside of Vancouver. I woke up to a morning of smoke and haze, and I didn’t find out until later what it really was. “Global warming” maybe. But as the night grew, the smoke filled the skies even more and became more dense. Smoke was everywhere. You couldn’t seeContinue reading “Smoke & Cake”
Summer vacation week 1: Dinner with Allison, my best friend and sister My new home, aka my 9-5 and possibly more. Mother’s Day desserts The much deserved lava cake The destroyed lava cake It’s been a busy week, interviewing, writing papers, relaxing. It finally feels like the first week of summer break for once. ButContinue reading “Summer Week 1”
So a few months ago, I accidentally deleted my entire iPhoto Library containing all of my pictures from previous travels. I managed to post photos online, which I was able to rediscover and save. Here are a few of my favourites from last year’s adventures: