Hello Seattle news sources can we please do a real feature about Adam Tailor and the incredible story of Be Van Nguyen? I can’t believe the only thing that’s been written about him is this tiny little feature almost a decade ago!! This guy is the real deal. This story needs to be told and shared!!
A smattering of Vancouver’s Chinatown, alleys, public library, and very useful and wholesome Japanese store. What’s new?
These first photos are from northern California and Sequoia National Park.
For someone who was born in SE Asia and lives in the Pacific Northwest, I really hate moisture. So, in an attempt to dodge the first signs of fall, we took off in search of sun for a week in California. I am a desert gal. Life in the desert is magical and I feel invigorated from the warmth, wide open terrain, and extreme conditions. Don’t get me wrong, I do love cozying up in the Seattle falls and winters with some rain outside the window, but deserts to me feel like caffeine to the spirit.
Given what I’m doing tomorrow, I thought it is appropriate to share these wonderful photos from British photographer Jon Enoch. Motorbikes are the red blood cells on Vietnam’s streets. Their sound and fumes ignite an intense nostalgia in me. They make me long for a place I no longer know. I also have never driven one of these myself… I’ve always either sat in the front when I was little enough or in the back as a passenger, usually with one of my cousins in the front seat.
More photos here: https://www.bbc.com/news/in-pictures-47908800
I loved the format of this photo essay! Interactive, simple, engaging. Makes me really regret dragging my huge DSLR around Asia when I could have been perfectly happy with my phone. If that’s not a great excuse for an Asia trip do-over, I don’t know what is!!
Hello, world! Here I am. Just dropping by to share two very aesthetic music videos. I think they’re just gorgeous!
For me, at least, this answers the question of whether to use Traditional or Simplified Chinese in our event posters. Full article here: https://eyeondesign.aiga.org/tracy-ma-takes-us-on-a-typographic-tour-of-the-signs-of-manhattans-chinatown/
A brisk fall day made a great backdrop for reintroducing myself back into wandering and making pictures. I definitely missed going on walks like this. Not sure why most of my photos are in portrait, but oh well I am happy with them!