I do not remember much about T'ronto. People told me is looked like NY but I saw no similarities.
I remember 3 things: the CN Tower, the mall on the pic and the Distillery District.
If anyone knows the name of this place, please tell :)
from now on, I want to challenge myself to bring my photography to the next level by putting either myself, a friend, or a model in every single one of my future images. currently working on some secret projects with some talented people.. stay tuned 🖤
Our gear heads waking up to a beautiful sunrise at an incredible campsite 700ft off the deck. "We were cooking dinner up here the night before and the Lumavines were an awesome, lightweight alternative for lighting compared to a headlamp. The warm light didn't blind us like a headlight beam and made the cliff edge feel quite homey." - Stephen
Those clean colourful facades, that cornershop with the desi uncle that saved snack-craving sessions, walking through the streets singing and swaying to the rythm of the leaves twirling, discovering new corners with every walk and ending up in Westfield Shopping Centre anyways...Kensington Olympia was an amazing place to call home for a week!
Also, isn‘t it strange how life in retrospect is always so beautiful?
In the same way that watching someone leave their body is sacred—so is watching someone live. Watching them enter the world, grow, shedding their skin over and over again, stepping into new versions of themselves, with or without grace. To discover that when someone arrives in the world, they are already exactly who they are meant to be.
If he’s gonna try a donut for the first time, it’s gotta be a malasada stick from Komoda’s. The Komoda family came here as immigrants and have been a staple in this community for 100 (literally) years. I love their story and their entrepreneurial spirit because when you have to make something work, you just make it work. And yes C wanted more and more and more, of course 😂
✋🏼: Win a Set of #MtRainer stickers!
Did you know that Mt. Rainer is the highest mountain in the #PNW ? 👉🏼Tag a friend who would be up for this hiking challenge.
Winner chosen Monday. (BONUS entry if you repost this!)
Must visit this place again soon... it had the most beautiful 30s interior @theanchoroxford .
. Visit my website, link in bio for the full write up and pictures of this stunning pub in Oxford. #designstayuk