Don’t be afraid of losing people...be afraid of losing yourself trying to please everyone around you
Puede que sea la última que cuelgo de Machu Picchu (o no...) 💫
Swinging into the weekend ✨💁🏾♀️ hey my loves, OuiSíYes has had a total blog revamp and there’s a new post live too! Link is in my bio as usual 🌟✨
Afternoon wandering the streets of Chinatown in Bangkok
Ayuntamiento de Almendralejo. Badajoz. Extremadura. Spain.
So this happened last night ☝🏽
One of my 2 favourite people in the world. My entire world. My reason for being. My little girl, turned up to surprise me for my birthday.
But as I'm her Mum and sixth sense prevails, I gotta few surprises of my own up my sleeve tucked away!
Exploring ancient temples in Myanmar.
...today is going to be a wonderful day because it’s Friday and I have the weekend finally off! 💫
Hopefully the rain doesn’t continue to pour over San Diego. 🤞🏼
👋🏻 Helloooo Las Vegas.
Wait, what is this first picture? Definetely not something that you associate with Las Vegas. That's Kusama's Infinity Mirrors exposition and that's a great example of how Vegas has more to offer than gambling and casinos.
There's a large portfolio of things to do, it really depends on what you want.
🤩 Comedy shows, burlesque, circus, freak style, concerts, magic... You pick. Usually all of these take place at night so make sure you plan how long you want to stay depending on how many shows you want to attend.
🎰 Do not be fooled, although Las Vegas is known for its night entertainment there's a lot to do during the day as well. First, of course, the casinos. You can go high or low in the money betting, it's up to you and how many drinks you've had so far (if you are betting, drinks will come free).
There are also tours leaving the city and heading to Grand Canyon (the west entrance) and Hoover Dam.
✔️ You can also go shopping (there are two outlets right in the city), take a helicopter tour, ride a roller-coaster or a ferris wheel, go shooting (indoors or outdoors options available), drive a sports car in a circuit or do a ride along in a Nascar car.
So much to do, so much to see... We'll give you more details on the upcoming posts.
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Desde lo alto de Huayna Picchu, la montaña que aparece en todas las fotografías de la ciudadela Inca de Machu Picchu 🗻
Recomiendo subir al 100% para que la aventura sea aún más increíble 🤟🏼
DRAW-ON TUTORIAL FÜR PHOTOSHOP
Ihr Lieben, heute habe ich endlich das angefragte Tutorial für meine geliebten Draw-Ons für euch! 😊❤️ Have fun!
1. Schritt: Foto in Photoshop öffnen, Draw-On-Vorlage reinziehen und positionieren. Als Vorlagen kann man jedes Bild nehmen. zB ein Stockphoto von Pixabay
2. Schritt: Ebene der Vorlage auswählen und die Deckkraft des Bildes verringern (ca 40%).
3. Schritt: Hintergrund-Ebene (Ausgangsfoto) auswählen, reinzoomen und das Pinselwerkzeug anklicken
4. Schritt: Pinselgröße bestimmen, Linien nachmalen. Pinsel wenn nötig verkleinern.
5. Schritt: Vorlage ausblenden (Auge), Draw-On wenn gewollt ausschmücken mit Kreisen & Co
6. Schritt: Vorlagen-Ebene löschen
7. Schritt: Datei > Exportieren > Für Web speichern. Format: JPEG > speichern ❤️
Ich hoffe das kleine Tutorial hat euch gefallen & ihr mögt meine Draw-Ons auch so sehr. ❤️ TAGGED mich gerne in euren Kreationen, damit ich eure Bilder sehe und nutzt den HASHTAG #drawonkat
Disclaimer: ich habe das Foto kostenpflichtig bei Adobe Stock Photos mit der Lizenz erworben. Nutzt sonst NUR Fotos von lizenzfreien Stock-Seiten wie Unsplash. Das Tutorial funktioniert mit jedem Foto. 😊
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Feeding the birds in San Marco Square with ma bro. ...Just throwin it back a few years or so.. 😂 @matthewlaight #babylucy
The prettiest streets. I walked 80,000 steps this week and my feet hurrrrt. 😫😂 The views & the memories will forever be worth it, though. ❤️
I landed up in Colombia almost as accidentally as I landed up on this planet. I had steered clear from Narcos, considering it to be another version of Breaking Bad. So, even though Pablo Escobar was a name not uncommon to me, there was no particular reason for an average Indian girl like meself to get hyped about this country. But as cheap flight deals and fate would have it, I decided to venture out to experience the wilderness of the country that in most people’s views was “too unsafe to travel solo.” I am not sure why my psychology works this way, but more often than not, I find myself going entirely the opposite direction of what warnings ask me to. And more often than not, (touchwood) my guts have been a more reliable source than words of the mouth. Colombia was another verdict in my favour.
First of all, it’s a vast and extremely enriched country in terms of biodiversity. You can spend months (only 3 for those using the US Visa to pass through) and still feel how little you have covered. Second of all, it’s a country for slow travel - where you make your way into a colonial town on a colourful chiva, and spend your weekends sitting in the main plaza and observing people chat, drink and dance salsa, where you casually go out for a stroll and find yourself on a secluded beach or in the midst of trees with birds chirping and flying around, where you befriend friendly locals and immerse yourself in a very authentic cultural experience.
But, l only had so much time. Instead of spending half of it traveling from one part to another, or hopping from one bar to another in the main cities, I took refuge in places, where I could improve my broken Spanish and take to hiking alone - the smaller towns that in my opinion capture the real charm of Colombia.
This picture was taken on one such hike, at the top of Christo Rey, one of the highest points around Jardin, a small town in the Antioquia district of Colombia.