Glasgow, Scotland, taken on August 8, 2016
After having a nice burger at Ketchup, my friend and I stepped out to see the beautiful Ashton Lane by night. Lovely place to eat and have a drink with a buddy!
Barcelona, Spain, taken on August 29, 2011
Perhaps nothing demonstrates opposites better than light and darkness, and shadows are just that – a battle between light and darkness. While it seems that light is the backdrop and the shadow is the main character, without the presence of light, the shadow can’t even make its appearance, and there would be no show for darkness. One of the coolest shadows I’ve seen is that of a horse-riding warrior in a square in Barcelona. A brilliant piece of art, especially during the night!
Barcelona, Spain, taken on April 2, 2016
The area around Plaça d’Espanya, where the National Art Museum of Catalonia (pictured above) is situated, is my favourite place in Barcelona. I visited it during the day five year ago and was able to see its stunning lights and the “Magic Fountain” during my most recent visit less than a week ago. Magnificent!
Toronto, Canada, taken on February 2, 2014
Out of the four seasons of the year, winter is certainly not the one that most Torontonians would look forward to, as snow-shovelling inevitably becomes the national sport. We do get some extreme weather conditions, but that is characteristic of a Canadian winter and strangely, I enjoy it to a certain extent. When I experience Scottish winters with temperatures of -5, complaining how cold and windy it is, I think of the -28 that my friends and family are facing in Toronto, and all of a sudden Glasgow doesn’t seem so bad 😉
Glasgow, Scotland, taken on January 16, 2016
Glasgow’s first (and probably only) snow of the winter happened last week and it was…glorious. Says the Canadian girl, “What’s a winter without some snow?” 😛 (See the original photo in colour.)