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30 Days in Photos – From My Eyes to Your Hands

I am preparing for what I hope will be a cool 30-day photography project in which I will gift 30 random people a hard copy of one of my favourite photos by post. YES, POST! I will be mailing a collection of my photos to the world!  For a sample of photos to be mailed visit this flickr set!

Stay tuned on the blog, facebook or twitter for details coming very soon!

 

Colour Matching Game

For anyone interested in colour, art, design, photography or any type of visual art, this game is for you! Test your colour-matching skills by clicking on the image below!

A Taste of What’s to Come

Baci by Perugina

Each chocolate is wrapped with a few words of love.  This one from Hippocrates.

Many Admire, Few Know

My 10 Favourite Street Art Shots

I love street art and thought I would share a few of my favourite pieces discovered at home and in my travels.  In no particular order, here they are! Enjoy!

sao paulo streets
Sao Paulo, Brazil

street art: sao paulo
Sao Paulo, Brazil

cambie street alley
Vancouver, Canada

Istanbul Street Art
Istanbul, Turkey

Rainbow Family Village, Taichung
Taichung, Taiwan

Rainbow Family Village, Taichung
Taichung, Taiwan

Rua Augusta, Sao Paulo
Sao Paulo, Brazil

Rua Augusta, Sao Paulo
Sao Paulo, Brazil

zurich
Zurich, Switzerland

casa grande, arizona
Casa Grande, Arizona

east van semi-colon
Vancouver, Canada

322 water street
Vancouver, Canada

In the Beginning…

The very first business trip that I took was in the year 2000, when I was freshly home from au pairing in Europe and just accepted to a government-funded internship program at my alma-mater, Medicine Hat College. The internship had me working with international students from Korea, Japan, Taiwan and Mexico, placing them with host families and providing student services such as assistance opening a bank account and teaching new students how to use the transportation system in the rural Alberta city of Medicine Hat.

That very internship took me to Asia for the first time ever, long before I knew anything about photography or even had a passion for it. I intrigued myself when I rediscovered the pictures I’d taken in Taipei and Tokyo on that trip more than 11 years ago. I’ve been back to both places countless times since, but will always fondly remember this time in my life as the start of something very good and the beginning of my business, Latitude International Education Consulting.

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Vancouver Through the Eyes of a Tourist & Why You Wish You Lived Here (in pictures)

It’s sometimes hard to see the forest for the trees.  In other words, it’s often hard to appreciate your own city when you’ve lived there too long to see it exactly as newcomers and tourists do.  Vancouver is exceptionally beautiful, especially when the sun shines, so in an effort to see my city through the eyes of a visitor, and to enjoy the last few days before the rain sets in, I ventured out to rediscover some of the reasons why I moved here more than 4 years ago.

science world
Telus World of Science, Vancouver
totems at stanley park
Stanley Park Totem Poles, Vancouver
vancouver public library
Vancouver Public Library
granville island public market
Granville Island Public Market, Vancouver
false creek, vancouver
False Creek, Vancouver
canada place
Canada Place, Vancouver

For a little more Vancouver goodness, have a look at the InnerLife Project’s amazing time lapse video of Vancouver.

arte e scienza dell’espresso

Along with wine, pasta, love and sunshine, nobody does espresso like the Italians! I snapped these luscious shots while visiting Rome recently.

arte e scienza dell'espresso
arte e scienza dell'espresso

This Is East Van

I was so happy to be included in the inaugural This Is East Van community photography project and was even happier to learn that there will be a second edition coming again soon.  This project graphically showcases a blemished but beautiful community comprised of people from all walks of life.

With the deadline for submissions looming, I figured I best get my 5 images in before heading off to Europe tomorrow.  While devoid of people, like many of my photographs, here are my submissions for this year’s project.

Me, My Dad & My Hawkeye ♥

This tried & true Kodak Brownie Hawkeye Flash camera was given to me by my Brother who acquired it somehow from our Dad. Dad picked it up in the late 1950’s as a young, Dutch immigrant guy living & farming in Southern Alberta. Seeing that I love this camera so much and tote it around faithfully from country to country, I thought I would share with you some of my favourite Brownie Hawkeye photos from around the world.

portrait of my dad in kihei
My Dad in Kihei, Maui, USA
Nuns in Trani, Italy
Nuns in Trani, Italy
Cristo Redentor on Copacabana
Christ the Redeemer on Copacabana Beach, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
(double exposure)
good morning, shanghai
Good Morning, Shanghai, China
i am love, berlin
I Am Love, Berlin, Germany
Near Leader, Saskatchewan
Near Leader, Saskatchewan, Canada
To see more of the adventures of this well-traveled camera, visit the flickr set Brownie Hawkeye Around the World.  Coming soon: The Brownie Hawkeye Visits England, Malta, Italy (Part II).

I ♥ my Dad to bits and he’s going to be 70 soon, so in his honour, I’d like to show you a very cool picture of him from his younger days!
(Not taken with the Hawkeye unfortunately.)

PS – Recently Kodak asked me to do a guest blog post about my travels and my little piece of Kodak history.  Have a look!

a picture of a picture: my dad

Capilano: the west coast rainforest in my backyard!

Following the Travel Blog Exchange in June, I made use of my generous media pass, courtesy of Tourism Vancouver, to be a sight-seer in my own city and check out some of the best that Metro Vancouver has to offer.  Capilano Suspension Bridge, dangling 70 metres above Capilano River, is always impressive, lush and majestic so I was very happy to have another wander around this beautiful, rain-forested park.  In addition to the amazing suspension bridge, Capilano park boasts the not-for-the-faint-of-heart Cliffwalk as well as the much-loved Treetops Adventure!

Unbeknownst to me, BC residents can enjoy unlimited admission to Capilano Suspension Bridge for one full year for the same price as a one day admission!  Yearly membership costs only $32.95 plus HST.  BC resident membership includes:

    * Unlimited admission to Capilano Suspension Bridge for one full year
    * 10% off at the attraction’s Trading Post Gift Shop
    * 10% off food and beverage at Canyon Cafe, Loggers’ Grill and Bridge House Restaurant
    * 15% off admission for all accompanying guests when you return for your second visit
    * Access to special attraction events throughout the year, including Harvest Festival, Canyon Lights and Canada Day.

Check out the Cap Bridge website here for more details!

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