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Photography

Little Angel

How adorable is this little girl (aka my goddaughter)! Angelina is growing so fast. Here she is here on her 2nd Birthday. Super cute! It’s amazing to see her personality develop and I’m noticing her to have an adventurous spirit! She finds happiness in the littlest things, but in such large measures.

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I’m pretty sure she’ll travel the world like me! hehe :)

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Art

Shoe Art

I’m highly impressed at how artists have pushed the boundaries of everyday objects we wear everyday such as shoes (shoe art). This artist took it to the next level with 3D printing. In the exhibit 12 Shoes for 12 Lovers (NSFW), NYC-based artist and designer Sebastian Errazuriz created a collection of sculptural heels each based on his memories of former flings using a desktop 3D printer.

Each shoe is inspired by the personality traits of one of Errazuriz’s exes—a nurturing partner whose sweetness could not be reciprocated is depicted as a bright yellow honeycomb wedge titled “Honey,” while the other who was a detached lover is represented as a spiky icicle covered pump named “Ice Queen.” Pretty cool huh?!

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If your ex were to design a shoe after you, what do you think it would be like?! Interesting to think about..

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Travel

An End to Love Locks in Paris

The city of Paris will start removing padlocks from the Pont des Arts Bridge tomorrow, effectively ending the tourist tradition of attaching “love locks” to the historic bridge. This news saddens me because I won’t be able to see in all of the amazing locks that visitors have been placing on this bridge for hundreds of years.

According to CNN, the bridge carries more than 700,000 locks with an estimated combined weight roughly the same as 20 elephants standing on a bridge designed for pedestrian traffic. Signs are placed all over in English and French near the bridge saying it would be closed for one week while the locks are removed. For such details on this article, visit CNN by clicking here.