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Here I let Weekly Photo Challenges sit for a little as I give way to post prolonged drafts and ideas I had been harboring i.e. a poem post, a DIY post, a bests and worsts post, home residence post, etc. And now I collected enough overdue Weekly Photo […]
Don’t be alarmed, you are still viewing The Sophomore Slump. I’m very excited to compose this special report of a post. I actually planned to publish it 10 posts out before I hit my 200th but I just can’t resist. 550-cord bracelets or Parachute bracelets are usually or […]
People are poetic, and the best part is…
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.
This is a long shot for my submission of WPC’s Free Spirit. I did see a lot of children-concept that week, so know I’m not completely off. I know he’s my nephew and I may be so biased. But I’m just a big fan of his chubbiness. He […]
I enjoyed, from other bloggers, a lot of submissions to this long overdue WPC. I saw some comedic, some provoking, and some interesting photos that week. While many had success in responding to the challenge (kudos to all), I failed to even put the challenges in proper order. […]
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 […]
URBAN: My LA and SD Tips and Tricks
You can hug a big tree, just don’t forget to look down at the flowers.