Fancy fancy, and a lots of $$. And, yes the coffee coming out of it is really good, day in, day out.
This is another one of the ice sculptures created at the #icemagic
festival in Lake Louise last week. This design, meant to resemble a plumbers nightmare, was created by a Canadian team and won third prize. #icemagicfestival
Morning haze in Sri Lanka. January 2018
Sunset over the Canadian Rockies.
Montréal is lovely when it’s covered in snow. 🙌🏻❤️
Deep snow and deeper canyons make for some magical landscapes!
This insta account has become a bit if a mishmash of content and photos over the years, so I've decided to archive (not delete) most of them. One of my goals for this year is to be more critical of my storytelling through photography and writing in hopes that I'll come to define a clear style that's visibly improving. Photography and writing have always been outlets for my intuitive brain, but over the past year I've felt a strong pull towards wanting to take both more seriously. I often think that what I create isn't good enough, and have shied away from sharing things that are more vulnerable, but that I inevitably feel somewhat proud of. Out of an attempt to challenge myself creatively, and hopefully spend less time on my phone in general, this account will become more of a personal creative endeavor. I'm not quite sure what that'll look like exactly, but fewer photos of my daily life, and more in-depth views through my lens and pen on the world around me/us.... I took this photo while walking around the outskirts of Trinidad in Cuba, far away from the colonial centre. It was a stark contrast to the few blocks of perfectly preserved UNESCO World Heritage Site tourist mayhem. As my friend, Alex, pointed out, "...when the streets run out of cobblestone, that's where real life is here." And he was right, the gradual end of those cobblestone streets in Trinidad is like a quiet but glaring divide between the tourist reality and the local reality.... I've sat on this photo for a while, not quite sure if it sucks or not. But something in it speaks to me and I sort of love its obvious imperfections. We'll see how I feel about it in a few months. // From the #comunatravel
archives. Trinidad, Cuba. Nov 2018.
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I would regret not posting this. One of the best moments of my life, driving on the Aklavik ice road at sunrise.
Taken 1 year ago #northpointoverland
No es el tipo de foto más taquillera en Instagram y por eso la tenía archivada. Sin embargo, creo que es de esas imágenes que dicen más que mil palabras. La usaría para responderle a alguien que me pregunte cómo es Katmandú, la capital de Nepal.
En abril de 2015 Nepal fue el epicentro de un terremoto que destrozó al país. La foto fue tomada casi tres años después. Confieso que al principio me costaba mucho hacer fotos en Katmandú pues lo veía todo sucio, polvoriento, destrozado y pobre. Sin embargo, con el paso de los días, como que la mirada se me fue adaptando y al final me pareció un sitio rico en imágenes y sonidos que pude haber explotado mejor.
Quiero volver solo para entrenar el ojo encontrando belleza donde pocos pueden.
Inspiring spaces + places in Copenhagen, Denmark. July 2018.
One of the most magical parts about the #icemagicfestival
being held at Lake Louise is there’s really two art shows taking place. One is the #icemagic
event with artists carving beautiful ice sculptures and the other is mother nature, crafting wonderful winter scenes like this.
Yet another ice-carved masterpiece from the #icemagicfestival
in Lake Louise, Alberta. Each team of two had only 35 hours to turn blocks of ice into art. Incredible! #icemagic
Carotte, moules, sapin et sabayon vinaigré⠀
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After about 3 hours of sleep, the chilly early morning air felt good as I stood outside at 4:45am waiting for a taxi to the train station.
I’m off to Toronto for a month to spend time with my family, but I’ll miss my apartment in Old Québec.
As an aside, I kind of wish I could see the reaction of the person who tries to retrieve their van on rue Sainte-Ursule. They are going to be shoveling for awhile!
Let’s zoom in to the beauty of the “Ice Queen Treasures” ice sculpture that won all three awards at the annual Ice Magic Festival in Lake Louise, Alberta. The detail is just unreal and having all those thick icicles “dripping” from the arch is incredibly impressive! Video coming soon!!! #icemagic #icemagicfestival @banff_lakelouise
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for more 🇨🇦 - due to the popularity of the “Ice Queen Treasures” ice sculpture and photo we dhared yesterday, we thought we’d show one of the Latvian artists adding some final touches. Love that he’s covered in ice too! - - - All part of the Ice Magic Festival in Lake Louise yesterday. Video coming soon!!! - - - #icemagic #icemagicfestival @banff_lakelouise
Do you Shakshuka? This is not the traditional dish, actually the only things my breakfast has in common with traditional shakshuka is the frying pan, eggs, and tomato.
I’m headed to Toronto for a month, leaving in the wee morning hours tomorrow, which means I need to purge my fridge. That’s how leftover homemade chili, eggs and feta cheese became my own version of shakshuka.
I seasoned my chili with chili powder, cinnamon, cumin, harissa and Indian chili pepper flakes, so the chili has a nice earthy heat to it. The eggs and feta (and additional sprinkling of Indian chili pepper flakes) elevate it even more. A perfect Sunday breakfast, IMO.
Wedding events kick off today. First up- an engagement session and welcome party at the incredible Altos de Chavon. This stunning village was built in the 70s to replicate a 16th century Mediterranean village complete with a cathedral, a 5,000 person amphitheater and numerous winding streets, alleys and winding staircases.
Given that it’s a replica, and I am a sucker for the authentic, I didn’t think I would love this site like I do. Altos won me over with its attention to detail, it’s massive scale and beauty defying all my reservations. I’s so thrilled to be back here to shoot this epic location tonight.
✈️: shot on assignment for @taramcmullenphoto