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Street Photography (aka my roots in photography)

Although now I focus my energy on providing portraits to El Pasoans, my roots in photographing started in street photography. Here are some of my favorite street photos from Boston I’d love to share with y’all! 20 more words

El Paso Photography

[Food] Noodle Bar

We were wandering around aimlessly at Chinatown area, we came across this restaurant. We always walk past it but never really took a chance to look at the menu. 326 more words


NEW CHINA - Chinatown



I’m not lying when i say i left this place struggling to walk, I made my decision to go here purely because it was the only restaurant on the Chinatown strip not to be “golden something” or “something dragon” (yes there is a golden dragon…) 133 more words

Letter of the week: Short-term Lib thinking behind cuts

The answer to the question posed my Michael Smyth in his column about the provincial government shutting down tourist information centres is simple.

I don’t think this is a government that takes the long view or cares about people. 206 more words




First day of Thanksgiving break, and back in NYC already :)

Despite the November chills, the weather was beautiful today.

Waking up to this pretty kitty, first thing in the morning. 117 more words


7) Straaaaaand *-*

Der Donnertag verlief eher ruhig. Nachdem ich mal etwas Wäsche gewaschen hab und einkaufen war (Siehst du Mama, ich bin ganz selbstständig :D). Hab ich mir einfach meine Kamera geschnappt und bin ein wenig durch die Stadt geschlendert. 974 more words

kong chow wui koon, or how to be a tourist

make it an awesome sunday by playing tourist about your town – as we did while traipsing about chinatown after lunch.

we happened by the kong chow chui koon, founded in 1840 (though the centre’s only been around since 2013), and it’s a restored, well-maintained building with quite a few treasures. 109 more words