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In the field

July 14, 2017

It’s summertime, which means barbecues between friends and family, days spent by the pool, and admiring the flora around you. There’s something so uniquely pleasant from watching and listening to the light breeze rustling the leaves on trees. In the countryside, it’s so easy to spend hours admiring the unpretentious world around you and feeling the utmost sensation of being calm. Watching the stars at night, observing bees collect pollen from a distance, sitting on freshly hydrated grass. Nature is majestic, watch and take it all in.

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Travels

Provence Photo Diary

June 10, 2017

The South of France has many wonders to offer. Among the most popular is the region of Provence, which is known for the various vineyards, the Alps, and the Côte d’Azur. The best way to get a full experience of this area is to rent a car and go village hopping, some of which whose charm has been untouched.

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Travels

Bretagne Travel Guide + Photo Diary

April 21, 2017

France has many wonders that constantly brings in tourists from all over the world. Paris may be the first city you think of when you picture France, along with all its famous landmarks, but it’s not the only area worth visiting. This country is filled with so much history, varying types of nature, and an admirable culture. Every region has its specialty and one can see the differences when crossing from one province to the other, which shows the vastness and diversification of heritage.

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Paris Style

Frills in Montmartre

September 21, 2016

There are so many things that are delightful about Paris but one of my favorite is Montmartre. I’m not talking about the typical tourist square or the cathedral, what I love about this area are the cobblestone streets, the view over Paris, and the hidden historical details that many don’t know about. Personally, what makes something unique and special are the details because if one looks closely, one can see the subtle efforts put into the smaller things.

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