.. an offer you can't refuse. My take on this week's The Daily Post photo challenge, shine.
In my opinion, the most effective way to learn geometry is not just by reading books but by studying our surroundings. We can find geometry in almost everything. For today's challenge, I chose a photo that I took in a cabin trip last weekend. I'm always fascinated by details especially by parallel lines and circles... Continue Reading →
Since the bf and the dog is out this weekend, I have the whole flat for myself. So it means the whole place is tidy and clean (which is not kept when the boys are home). You know the dog shed its fur and the bf does not put his glasses and/or plates in the... Continue Reading →
This is my take on this week's The Daily Post photo challenge, Life Imitates Art. Cosplay in my opinion is one of the living proofs of the theme this week. This shot of my friend cosplaying Kikyo (From Inuyasha) was taken in 2014 in Manila during my four week vacation. I myself is a big... Continue Reading →
For the first time, I am joining Cee's Black and White photo challenge. I have been following Cee here on WordPress for quite a while now and I always get tempted to do some of the photo challenges. The reason why I am only doing this now is because I am doing photo challenges already... Continue Reading →
Drinking tea is a part of my lifestyle and my diet. In fact, I drink at least a pot of tea everyday. My favorite tea is Sencha (green tea from Japan) followed by Genmaicha (green tea with roasted rice) and then Oolong tea (from China). I love teas because of its health benefits and because... Continue Reading →
This is my take on last weekend's The Daily Post photo challenge, Eye Spy. We've all been there. Sometimes we get that feeling that someone is watching us. Sometimes it's just the mind playing tricks on us. However there are times that it's the instincts that try to warn us.
This is my take on the Daily Post photo challenge, ornate. This is inside the majestic La Sagrada Familia church which was designed by a Catalan architect Antoni Gaudi. I can say that Gaudi did a very good job. I went here in 2012. I remember waiting to get inside for an hour in the... Continue Reading →