Redemption of Angeles, #LosAngeles #UrbanArt
Another mural in the “Hidden Beauty” series…
Nadeshiko in a secret location in Downtown LA
One of so many reasons to love Downtown LA: hidden street art.
Blue Jay Way, Los Angeles.
"And the rain came hammering down
Everybody running for their wagons
Tying all the canvas flaps down
Freak and brute creation all packed up and on their way.” (at Four Seasons Hotel Los Angeles at Beverly Hills)
Mardi Gras Indian, NOLA #NewOrleans #Travel #TT @VisitNOLA
"It’s funny how we’re told in school that we have to choose a career path and stick to it. That is wrong. There are so many different things a person can be and so many ways to go about it. The longer you live, the more dreams you should have to keep you occupied.” - Alice Bag, from Master of None, Violence Girl, East L.A. Rage to Hollywood Stage
Major #travel props to my friends at @LaubergeSedona who have bravely taken a definitive stand against Arizona’s misguided and shameful #SB1062 via their social media channels.
This law would sanction discrimination based on “religious beliefs” - a very slippery slope and one which conservative Arizona lawmakers seem all too eager to go down in recent years.
Please share this post and remind your friends in Arizona to write to Governor Jan Brewer’s office. Let the Governor know how you feel about this disastrous piece of legislation - the matter is in her hands now.
Remember to vote with your dollars if you are outside of the State of Arizona, and please, please visit the gorgeous L’Auberge de Sedona on your next trip to this beautiful destination. They deserve all the love we can show them.
The face of the football world cup - Brazil 2014 - Havana Club Gap Year
Brazil is hosting the 2014 worldcup, one of the most important events in the sports world.
For many countries, hosting the worldcup is a dream, and in a country like this, where soccer players and teams are often on the top; one could think that everyone felt proud and happy about it.
But that is not the case in Brazil, I often heard people complaining about, but I also heard people happy.
One of my experiences while in Rio de Janeiro, thanks to Havana Club is learning how to make 3D photography, soon I will be taking 3D pictures at the Rio Carnival.
Daniel @ is the photographer from Rio de Janeiro I will be taking the lessons from, he does 3D photography as well as 360 photography, he is also an online teacher, he does online lessons; where he shares all his knowledge with people whiling to improve their photography skills. Here his link: danielfarjoun.com
Talking about the world cup and photography Daniel came up with the idea of going out in the streets and asking people their thoughts on the world cup.
People had to give a thumbs up if they were happy about it, or thumbs down if they weren’t.
I agreed immediately, I was helping Daniel carrying the lights, interesting job, I had never done it in my life, but I enjoyed every second of the photo-shoot, it’s interesting to see how divided people are with the world cup subject. And here is the result of a full day under the sun and a few more in front of the computer for Daniel.
“A cara da copa”
Benny Spellman: Fortune Teller
New York City
During a brief break between the snow and cold of this brutal NY winter, Brooklyn based painter Rostarr braved a scant,...