It has been so long since my last photography post. It was difficult for me to decide which photos to post on here since there were hundreds, so I hope you enjoy the ones I’ve selected 🙂 Washington D.C. is the first City I ever explored on my own, and I feel like I’ve accomplished … More Washington D.C.
I’m happy to report that Bob has been adopted! My family (pointing fingers at my mom) decided to keep him adding a third member to our doggy duo, which turns it into, of course, a doggy trio. Now, this is what I call a #FosterFail. Our dogs Magnus and Charlie have accepted Bobby a.k.a. Little … More Adopted!
This is Bob, a 6-month-old Jindo mix. He was rescued from a meat market in South Korea. Bob is a curious and alert character and doesn’t quite like the touch of a human (no biting, just pulls away) but likes to keep close by and observe. He is slowly adapting to his new environment and loves … More NEW FOSTER: BOB
I’m seriously falling behind on my posts! These are the last Taiwan photos–unless of course I find more to share. Coming Soon: D.C. Photo Challenge: Growth Photo Challenge: Silence Photo Challenge: Weathered Click on the photos for a better look!
Here are a four more bugs that caught my eye in Taiwan. Enjoy! Click on the photos for a better look 🙂
This is a Nephila pilipes, also known as the Giant Wood Spider. Their body size can be up to two inches (if it’s a female)…With those long legs, they look even more gigantic. Now, I witnessed my uncle walk into two webs with THREE of these spiders on them. You would’ve thought we’d see them … More Not so Itsy-Bitsy
Photo Challenge: Temporary I’m so behind on my posts! I promise the rest of the photos from my Taiwan trip will be posted soon.
Photo Challenge: Peek Photo Challenge: Rounded Coming back home was a tad depressing because while I was on the plane, there was a moment of realization that I will no longer be able to eat anytime, anywhere. Food floods the streets of Taiwan, everyone there is all about it. Food, food, FOOD. Feeling a little … More Zushi Temple
The only downside to my trip to Taiwan was the downpour that lasted a third of my stay…I was there for TWO WEEKS. I was continuously running around for cover, I would get soaked to the bone after speed walking or sprinting a couple of blocks. I hated it when my shoes filled with water, … More Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall
Here are a few photos from the Metropolitan Museum. I didn’t want to overflow you with tons of pictures, so I picked the ones I liked best. You could literally spend days in this museum, there is so much to see and learn. I only spent half a day inside, and I don’t think I … More The MET