The last of Throwback Thursday.
Can you stomach this side trip?
I am enthusiastic to present to you a minute museum that showcases props and costumes seen from WB TV shows.
Did you celebrate Chinese New Year?
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Unlike me, Frank Gehry was able to make our childhood imaginations to life. He is the man behind the design of Walt Disney Concert Hall, the home of Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra and Los Angeles Master Chorale.
In 1954, he opens the original J. Paul Getty Museum in his home to exhibit his collection, of which Greek and Roman antiquities are an important element.
I badly wish to go back to Europe. But I can’t complain as much. Not only that I’ve been very blessed to have gone there, the place I’m currently in ain’t too shabby for my travel fix.
California, as many of you already know, is the most racially diverse state in the nation. You get in a place, look around, and you’ll never find just one racial group. Here, it isn’t difficult to cross-culture. I have a pleasure of knowing that I have plenty of […]
My concept for the challenge: I merged two locations in different countries. This is also the first time that I merge my Flashback Friday with the Weekly Photo Challenge. When Mount Vesuvius erupted in 79 CE, the Roman seaside towns of Pompeii and Herculaneum as well as the […]