Monument Valley

2 hours away from the ever popular Horseshoe Bend is Monument Valley. I didn’t think this national park would be the highlight of our road trip, but it made the biggest impact on me. I’m sure everyone who’s grown up in the US has seen this image somewhere. I just never knew what it was…

Death Valley

The US has some amazing national parks; Grand Canyon, Yosemite, Redwood to name a few known ones. I’ve always heard of Death Valley, but I never thought of going there, simply because while the name sounds like mysterious running down the back, the prospect of seeing a land of “dead” in my mind wouldn’t entertain…

Vistas of Vancouver

One does not live in Vancouver and not take a few landscape pictures. It is almost an uncontrollable twitch that develops whilst traveling through the place, this reaching of the closest photo taking device, be it camera or phone. The color combinations of this great northern province is unmistakable after a while. The blues, greens,…

Diebenkorn

Ever since I moved back to the West Coast of America, I’ve been paying more attention to the field of colors here, and I’m starting to recognize the combinations in paintings by below: Diebenkorn, and Daughters, etc as well as in real life. For me, it almost gives off this smell of dry air and a feeling…

Guilin, China – A Poetry

While planning our one month getaway to China, we knew we had to take in some nature. My husband kept mentioning “the mountains”. Guilin had those. After a lot of hassle booking the tickets through a Chinese travel app (damn you, c-trip), we were ready to go. Never. Take. Shanghai Airlines. Again. That plane looked…

2018 In The Desert

Happy 2018. At the end of 2017, I decided I needed to invest an endurable amount of time into skills and desires I’ve left mostly dormant or silenced into submission pursuing the thrill of working on the big movies, a good paycheck, and a mostly flippant and nomadic lifestyle I still very much approve of….