Miss Jekyll Love-in-a-mist flowers.
The hydrangeas have not fully bloomed but I thought I would take photos to mark the first day of summer (yesterday). Click here to see the hydrangea photos I look last year.
Taken with Canon EOS 600D. The photos are not edited.
This is from my Instagram story. The lyrics are from the song Ref:rain by Aimer.
The original photo.
August 2019 – Richmond Sunflower Festival
February 2020 – Bowen Island trip
Here are my favourite posts of 2019. I’m thinking of writing a post for each year but we shall see.
Deleting my Twitter account was a huge change for me. I do miss my friends but it was not a good place for me (due to reasons outlined in the post).
I had fun writing episodic mini reviews.
These are the first shots I took with my DSLR. I love hydrangeas.
My friends and I went to a sunflower festival and we had fun taking pictures. I like the wildflower photos the most.
I borrowed a cosplay from a fellow Anime Club exec. These photos are from a cos test the day before Clubs day at the university.
This was my first time participating in Inktober. It pushed me to draw a lot.
A lot of you guys liked my photos of the steam clock in Vancouver. Some of you thought it was a screenshot from an anime, which I thought was quite amusing.
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.
As some of you know, I studied at the University of British Columbia in British Columbia, Canada. I am from BC and I finished my Bachelor’s degree in four years. I majored in Psychology and I will be continuing my studies at UBC because I was accepted into the Social Work program.
I do feel proud of myself because I graduated at the age of 21 by taking a full course load. I started university right after high school and you need a high average to get in. The Social Work program was competitive as well and the interview was three hours! Anyways, that’s enough bragging. I have bragging rights on my own blog, right? Right??
I really like these flowers because they look like flowers you would see in an enchanted forest! There were a whole field of them.
I took this picture of these plum blossoms on March 20, the first day of spring.
These are the games I bought this week. Ace Attorney is my favourite game right now, but I feel like I will only play it once. Once I finish the game, I’ll remember the correct responses so it won’t be as fun anymore… unless I play again when I’m like 40. All the Detective Conan episodes I’ve watched are paying off because now I’m applying that learned knowledge to the game hahaha.
Listening to: Call of Silence
No filter, in Vancouver, BC. Many people get mixed up between plum blossoms and cherry blossoms. There are many differences, but perhaps the easiest way is by looking at the petals. Cherry blossoms have a split at the end of each petal, while plum blossoms (pictured above) do not.