Today’s our day, the international womens day.
I’d like to dedicate this post to every single one of you.
You are all amazing, for balancing on this lifeline and making the best of it, and for every misstep, for every fall you might take and then have the courage to rise up again, and continue balancing forward.
It is what they say, life is a dance on roses. How lovely life can get between them petals it can also hurt as a thousand stings.
You are beautiful. You are strong. You can do it.
Don’t let no one tell you otherwise. And it’s okay to ask for help. We’re not robots, and we’re not alone.
This one is for you.
We are a few days in the new year, and we are preppin’ for it. We look forward for this years adventures,
captures, sunsets, sunrises and all the poses.
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See you around!
It’s once again the end of another weekend.
People of all ages have been celebrating Halloween.
The streets were invaded by witches, zombies, Spidermans and princesses. My favourite costume back in college was Charlie Chaplin. What a character he was. Every year by the time of Halloween I would put on my Chaplin hat, my stepfathers high costume pants, my mothers old waitress shirt, a stick to lean on and the last touch – a dark red Yves Saint Laurent on my lips.
This weekend I came across a band that I still adore, MGMT. Remember them? It’s been a couple of years since anything new but their first album will always be on my top 10.
Enjoy your Sunday, ya’ll.
This was a very fun shoot. We did research from movies, mainly. My innocent childhood memories took me back to The Jungle Book and Pocahontas. My boss thought of Mel Gibsons Apocalypto, a masterpiece I can’t believe I haven’t seen yet.
You can find the inspiration anywhere.
Or, it might just find you first.
The other day, while walking from A to B, I noticed that the breezes have changed. It’s no longer that choking hot feeling, it’s much cooler now. I even wanted to throw on my kimono, just so I could embrace the wind with style.
I hope all of you have enjoyed this summer. That you made the trips you wanted to take, danced with that person that you adore, that you floated on the waves of the sea and got that golden tan.
Now we shall enjoy the greatness of autumn. Personally, it’s one of my favourite seasons. Why, you may wonder. Well, you can match all those gorgeous colours from nature with yourself. Your clothes, your accessories. Maybe even change your hairstyle for the occasion.
So, autumn, you are more than welcome.