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We laugh, and then we become quiet listening to the sound of traffic, the old bolero music sounds from the stereo and waiting what the other will say next.



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It’s been a couple of months now since we got back from our Euro travels and I can finally say that I have...








Paris Travel Guide

It was early Monday morning when I opened up the curtains and couldn’t believe that ashes were flying from the sky. The sun was in a permanent glow sunset state, and the air was hazy beyond clouds, but it was not a pretty sight. Slightly confused, I found that friends confirmed that there was massive […]

It’s no secret we’re coffee lovers. I even consider myself a coffee snob. I’m one of those that refuse to shell out 3 bucks for coffee that’s maybe instantaneous or from a random deli. No, my coffee has to be

There I was… Clinging…Grabbing a hold of the foothold with my semi-injured hand on the rock. The gravel of the rocks on the higher cliff made it uneasy and the sand blowing in the wind almost blinded me. The ocean grew even more ferocious, and the tide rose higher. I wanted to desperately look back […]

*scroll down for a little snap snippet*It’s no secret that it’s engagement season…What is engagement season you ask? Well, it’s the precursor to the wedding season… Filled with an array of different backdrops of gorgeous and scenic locations and wonderful people in love. Aside from the breathtaking places, the best part, getting to know people […]

Last week was a spectacular one. One with little sleep, little energy but overloads of anxiety, nerves, and joy. My sister-friend unexpectedly went into labor 3 1/2 weeks before planned. Her mother being away in Costa Rica and being her first baby, I felt this compelling need to be there. She didn’t ask me to […]

It was a hard week. We were only into the third week of January and I could already feel the tension building up. It was full of emotion, reflection and self-evaluation. I try my absolute best to push through even when my heart is a little sunk. I almost gave up. I had just received […]

A couple of years ago, when Victor had the incredible opportunity to travel to Guatemala (his home country) for the first time in 10 years, I had a real scary thought. I thought, what if I left my cushiony legal job and just dedicated myself to my craft? It was surreal because I always dreamt […]

We are in the joyful spirit of giving and taking some time off with the family. We hope that this season brings peace, joy and love to you.

It was the Monday after Thanksgiving weekend, and I was a bit lost. I couldn’t figure the school maze out to room number 56. It was not the typical setting I usually photograph; you know the ones full of lush greenery or interesting architecture scapes. This one had a grainy sandbox, muraled rooms, soccer fields […]

Gratefulness. Our country has a whole day dedicated to it. A whole people celebrate it with an abundance of meals, preparation and stopping, if not for just a moment, to be with friends and family. I remember the day when our kindergarten teacher asked the group of 6-year-olds in her class, “What is your favorite Holiday?” […]