Flower and Garden Festival

A big hello! I am back to share my most recent adventure to Epcot at Walt Disney World. My friend joined me as we tasted our way around The Flower and Garden Festival. At the end of our walk around the world we stepped foot into the butterfly garden. A butterfly landed on each ofContinue reading “Flower and Garden Festival”

There’s a rainbow everywhere you look

Rainbows are a symbol of happiness and joy. I mean who doesn’t love seeing a rainbow after rain. Nature is full of color, life and rainbows! We see colors because of light. Wavelengths are absorbed and reflected in an object. We see the color that is reflected back to our eyes! A rainbow is allContinue reading “There’s a rainbow everywhere you look”

P.E.A.R Park Photos

After a couple trial and errors, I finally uploaded my photos from my excursion on 4 August. I saw and shot a lot of beautiful creatures while visiting the parks and I hope you like my photos. I don’t use any fancy editing software and try to minimize how much editing I need to performContinue reading “P.E.A.R Park Photos”

Day 5: Moving Through Life

The world is in constant motion. Everyday plants shoot up from the earth gasping for their first breath of air and the warm energy eminating from the sun. Vibrant flowers and sturdy trees paint our landscapes. They adapt and change to fit their survival needs. In this series of photos that I am working on,Continue reading “Day 5: Moving Through Life”

Day 9: Pairs

I started this blog by looking through photos on my computer. Maybe I’ll see a pair of something that inspires me to write a post today. The first photo I found was taken in the town of Seligman, Arizona just off Route 66. It features a pair of lines! I stumbled upon this eclectic townContinue reading “Day 9: Pairs”

Day: 7 Below

On a trip in April 2019, I drove under rocks through the Dixie National Forest on the way to Bryce National Park! Winding through the forest I saw stunning red rocks and rock formations called hoo-doos. These were just a tease to what I would eventually see at Bryce. Travelling “Utah’s First All-American Road”

Day 4: Street

On a cloudy day in Worcester, England, Abigail wondered onto a gravel path in the country. Blanketed by moss and grass, the whole place felt whimsical. I wonder what’s down this path? She thought. A breeze rustled the leaves and nudged Abigail towards her new discovery. “Alright, alright, I’ll walk down the street.” Each stepContinue reading “Day 4: Street”