Memories of an intimate wedding at St John’s College, Cambridge.Continue Reading
Memories of a trip to a must-see place for a Chinese brush painter.Continue Reading
Apart from my entrance tickets to the Alhambra gardens, Generalife and Alcazaba in the upcoming morning, I had absolutely no plans for the rest of my stay in Granada. I had only one desire on arrival: to have a glass of wine and an afternoon nap. Continue Reading
After a wonderful time on Lanzarote, we crossed the waters to see a little bit of Fuerteventura. Continue Reading
It’s been a while that we visited this adorable island with my husband. I remember I was planning a laid-back type of holiday with as little fuss as possible so I had a look at beach holidays in November and I figured out that the only option is to go back to the Canaries if we don’t want to cross an ocean or a continent…Continue Reading
A symbol of steadfastness, perseverance, and resilience in Chinese brush painting.
I’ve been learning Chinese brush painting since I got back from my first trip to China. There is a very emotional and spiritual story behind, long story short, I hiked up to the temple of Guanyin and after having a chat with her she gifted me with a long lost inspiration to grab my brush and create something. That journey also inspired me to take photography onto another level, so I thought it was time to combine my passion for both arts into one creative project to pay my gratitude to the Goddess who gave me this very precious gift. Here’s the first image of the series, “The three friends of winter” which is representing steadfastness, perseverance, and resilience in Chinese brush painting.
Every year I spend a few days in Scotland on my own – will tell a bit more about this in my next post. This May, I decided to visit a place where there is a high chance to see some puffins.Continue Reading