North America, Photography, Roaming

Developing Your Eye: Day 4 – Bliss

Ah, bliss… the state of complete happiness and joy.

I know I said in the first post of this course, Day One of Developing Your Eye, that coming home to my slippers and blanket with the TV and a cup of tea is bliss.

But the truth is, true bliss – for me – is roaming…

Getting out of my comfort zone and travelling to a new place I’ve never been to before. It recharges and rejuvenates me; it shakes things up and I feel fresher in my head for changing up my routine. It gives me a different perspective of the world too.

Of course, I like to wander around with my camera and take pictures of the unusual! Since I’m a history lover, I do love visiting historic places and spotting old things.

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North America, Roaming

Throwback Thursday: The Yukon

Looking to find a new image to revamp this blog with, came across a picture I took on my phone while driving through in the Yukon. It was the perfect one to use to start a fresh phase with this blog.

It was the perfect one to use to start this new, fresh phase with this blog.

Today, I posted it on my Instagram as part of Throwback Thursday:

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Music, Review

Throwback Thursday: Goo Goo Dolls

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If anything good came out of my first ever relationship with my ex-boyfriend, it would be that he got me into the Goo Goo Dolls.

He tried to get me into other bands, like the Foo Fighters, but they never stuck.

The Goos – as he called them – did.

I don’t know if it was because I had a huge aesthetic crush on Johnny Rzeznick at the time, or if it was genuinely because they made good music.

But they stuck.

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Analysis, Music

Throwback Thursday: Wonderwall

It’s one of those successful songs that have stood the test of time.

Wonderwall has a cult classic song. Released in 1995 by British band Oasis, as part of their (What’s the Story) Morning Glory? album, it now serves a slice of Britpop nostalgia for people in my generation.

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Art and Culture, Review

Throwback Thursday Review: Domesticated

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Back in December, I had the great fortune to witness Canadian legend, and my hero, Paul Gross act, live in person, on stage.

I went to see him in a play at a tiny theatre that was located in Toronto’s Distillery District called Canadian Stage. The play, written by Bruce Norris and directed by Philip Riccio, was called Domesticated.

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