Old Quebec City is like no other place in Canada. It seems like a place out of an old book. Or a town transported from Europe. On a mini vacation two years ago, I discovered the beauty of this French city, the marvels of its cuisine, and the absolutely lovely people.
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Old World Charm
Green with Envy
Flags of the Free Land
Red and Blue
A Burst of Light
People in a Painting
Houses of a Bygone Era
Streets of the City
Yellow Door, Yellow Door
Rainbow Above the Snow
Deserted Train Station
It was inevitable. It was fate. No matter where I was and where I was going, one day I was going to end up in Rome. Because as they say, ‘All roads lead to Rome’, right?
Have you ever missed a place without having actually been there? That’s how I felt about Rome my entire life. I have missed it as if in another lifetime, I had lived there for a lifetime. So you can imagine my exhilaration and anticipation leading up to that flight. Continue reading
Every time this year, when I am falling hopeless in love with spring all over again, I try to photograph the spawn with the magnificent apple blossom and magnolia trees that are breathtaking this time of the year. It is their fleeting beauty that I absolutely adore. And so I go with the spawn and my camera (the first baby) on a nature walk, and try to capture her natural interaction with these gorgeous beauties.
The Snow Queen and the Little Girl
Big things, small things, pretty things, silly things. Sometimes an object catches my eye, tells me a story, freezes in time the place I was at and feeling I was carrying. Going back to the image of that object brings me back to that place I was and it never fails to cheer me up.
Chinese New Year – Rideau Canal, Ottawa
A few years ago, my husband and I visited Calgary, Banff and Jasper. It is breathtaking terrain, each corner a scene from a calendar. Here are my favorite beauties from that trip.