Niagara Falls: Horseshoe Falls

If you thought American Falls was intense, wait till you see the Canadian Falls a.k.a the Horseshoe Falls. Its name was derived from its horseshoe-shaped crest. It is capable of rendering a lot of mist which made viewing difficult. I tried my best to capture its beauty but due to the mist my camera lens […]

Niagara Falls: American and Bridal Veil Falls

If you’ve not been on any of the tours offered in Niagara Falls, then you’ve not been there at all. The experience of getting up close and personal with those ferocious waterfalls is the whole reason we drove all the way here – and yes I was expecting free shower. Among the tours we went […]

Niagara Falls: Prelude

After three and a half hours of car ride, we made it to Niagara Falls in New York. It was one of the most awesome scenery I’ve seen in my entire life and I realize how tiny I really am, compared to the creation of nature. A sense of tranquility hits me as I listen […]

Recent Sighting

A young girl was tempting a couple of ducks on shore with bread crumbs, soon what seems like the entire population of ducks that populated the lake scurried to the shore, they appeared to be famished from fighting the tides so they instinctively followed the source of the food. The girl felt apprehended by their […]

Last Month In

Tomorrow’s the first of August, which means my Summer break is coming to an end pretty soon..and I’m freaking out because there will no bumming around anymore. Plus my professor from Fall semester just sent me an email regarding the course, the horror! Regardless, I will make the best out of these remaining weeks because […]

Milwaukee In Pictures

Summerfest marks my fourth visit to Milwaukee and this time round I came with a mission to photograph Milwaukee’s finest architectural landmark – the Milwaukee Art Museum which was designed by world renowned Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava. When I first visited the MAM back in early 2010, I was immediately blown away by the unique […]