West coast adventures ♥

DSC_1713m Well this week went by rather slowly. Although.. a highlight would have to be when I had the opportunity to listen to and meet the lovely Maysoon Zayid. Seriously, this woman is talented, inspiring and laugh out loud hilarious. Check out her TED Talk video here.

A couple of weekends ago, the fam and I decided to check out the new (well, kinda new) Sea to Sky Gondola. Had to lug my camera along with me, of course. It is definitely a breath of fresh air to connect offline and spend some quality time with my favorite people.. as much of my week is spent working behind a screen. 

I absolutely love being in nature. It is one of the things that remind me how great our creator is. And to find abundance in the simple. On another note, I can't wait to travel again. Lining up some trips for the new year (can you believe it's almost November?!).. and I'm so stoked! Some unfamiliar grounds, but I sense an adventure ahead. Hope y'all are having a good week and enjoyed these snapshots!

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A walk through Montmartre ♥

DSC_9288mHappy Thanksgiving my fellow Canadians! It has taken me quite awhile to go through my photo archives from this past spring.. (I haven't really went through my London trip either, oops.) but I'm slowly getting there! Sorting out photos and editing them, while working full-time (maybe I need to make photography my main gig instead.) and accommodating guests from halfway across the world can be quite a handful. Add planning a few trips for next year under my belt. On another note, I am quite excited to have my adventure-seeking-photography-enthusiasts cousins over for winter break! I'm sure we'll have quite a few things up our sleeves.

Thinking back to my trip to Paris, (Everything there is so picturesque - makes you feel like you're living a scene out of a romantic movie.) I have to say.. I really enjoyed exploring this lovely city. Paris is nothing like what Hollywood says it is, but everything I've always dreamed of. I've met some wonderful people here that I am happy to now call my friends, ate some of the best meals (Pho here is the bomb.), and fell in love with the beauty of this city. Perhaps this city is overly romanticized, but I love it nonetheless. There’s also a very specific kind of people-watching here that I love. The street style here is refreshing. I'll be sharing more in parts, but in the meantime.. here are some snaps from my morning at Montmartre.

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LFW 14' ♥

Happy Wednesday folks! Okay, I didn't exactly go to fashion week, but my cousin Rebekah did. (I wish I did.) So let me live vicariously through her and enjoy this moment until reality sinks in that I sold my soul to the corporate world. (Have I mentioned the honorary president of her school is Jimmy Choo? Yes, THE Jimmy Choo.)

So glad that my cousins also have a knack for photography, and quite enjoy it too. I recall when Rebekah got her first DSLR.. from the days of auto focus, to her shooting street style for NYLON Singapore. Definitely pushes and inspires me to start up street style photography in Vancouver again. I guess we shall see. Check out her blog for more photos!

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