Richmond Sunflower Festival

The Richmond Sunflower Festival has a lot of sunflowers, hahaha. These are my favourite pictures of them.

Funny enough, my favourite flowers were these wildflowers. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder, I guess.

Beach + glasses?

So in an earlier post, I shared sunset and firework photos. These are a couple of photos from my camera (when it still had battery) that I took earlier that day.

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This is an older picture I took, requested by Yomu. He asked if I could cosplay as Shinpachi’s glasses from Gintama and I delivered. Hahaha.

Yomu said it’s my best cosplay. Do you agree?

Beautiful Hydrangeas

What’s up, people?!

I’ve wanted a DSLR since I was around 17 when I started blogging and I finally bought one! I’m 22 years old now, and I guess I kind of forgot I wanted one until now…

These are the first photos I took with my Canon EOS 600D. These photos don’t have filters or anything. Hydrangeas are one of my favourite flowers. I fell in love with them after watching After the Rain.

My Photography

What’s up?

Things are starting to be busy for me again because of school, practicum and work. I’ll try to do more song analyses/meanings posts because it seems like you guys like them. Book reviews are coming along but I have to finish reading the books first! The first three photos were taken with a Canon point-and-shoot.

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I went back to Nitobe Memorial Garden the next day…

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I’ve decided to pursue photography as a hobby. By no means am I trying to be professional or anything (I’m not interested in that!). I just think that photography brings me joy. It’s just for fun.

Here are some very old photos I’ve taken:

October 2014 at Nitobe Memorial Garden 

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September 2015 

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Travel Diary: Parliament & Butchart Gardens of Victoria

I went to Victoria, BC again. Last time I went to Craigdarroch Castle, Chinatown and Miniature Museum. This time I went to the Parliament Buildings (only outside) and Butchart Gardens.

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on the ferry

The Parliament Buildings are really big.

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close-up of the Parliament

The Butchart Gardens are quite big as well. I took photos of my favourite flowers. I must have missed the lilies because I don’t think I saw them…

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taken at the rose garden

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pretty restaurant

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Phone camera pictures:

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The gardens are definitely my favourite place in Victoria.


Victoria Part 1 – Craigdarroch Castle/Chinatown/Ferry [HERE]

Victoria Part 2 – Miniature Museum [HERE]

Travel Diary: The Peak of Vancouver

I went to Grouse Mountain, also known as the Peak of Vancouver. I’ve been there when I was younger, but it’s my first time back as an adult.

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before the skyride

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The chairlift was probably the funnest part for me, and we saw a big bear while sitting on it. The view of Vancouver was pretty – the land surrounding the water bodies in the second photo is the city.

Travel Diary: Victoria Part 2

These are unedited photos I took at Miniature World in Victoria. Miniature World is a museum where everything is tiny. There were so many displays and admission is $16 for adults. For point of reference… imagine the Colossal Titan from Attack on Titan.

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HAHAHA!

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The details are incredible. Every display contains so much – it’s hard to capture everything in just one photo.

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Day versus night at the circus. Some displays turn dark and they have cool lights.

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