London, England, taken on January 7, 2017
The most recent trip to London included a stop at the St. Martin-in-the-Fields Church, where I went specifically to see the East Window above the altar. The warped window design is reminiscent of a cross and while somewhat abstract, is strangely very aesthetically appealing.
Hong Kong, China, taken on December 31, 2016
Upon entering the Man Mo Temple in Hong Kong, I was greeted with rows on rows of incense that burnt to exhibit the believer’s devotion. I couldn’t stay long though…quite frankly the smell of the incense made me dizzy @_@
Guangzhou, China, taken on December 28, 2016
Guangzhou is the land of dim sum and this trip back certainly reignited my love and craving for it. The durian pastries here looked like mini bombs, I joked. Please keep those away from me, but I’d gladly eat the three dumplings!
Beijing, China, taken on December 9, 2016
The Bird’s Nest is an iconic piece of architecture in Beijing. My trip to Beijing involved a short stop to see the Bird’s Nest, though it would have been nicer if I had been there during the evening to see it lit up!
Basel, Switzerland, taken on August 3, 2012
Watching the colourful Swiss daily life go by behind a beautiful gate in Basel during the first stop in my first Swiss trip.