Posted on October 22, 2015
Miami is one of the most diverse and exciting cities in the United States. Imagine my jubilation when my employer informed me that my job assignment was in this vibrant and colorful city. Before I moved to my new home in Fort Lauderdale, a city few minutes north of Miami, I used to live in this amazing bayside neighborhood called Midtown Miami right by the Design District. In fact, my old apartment building is the fourth one from the right (refer to photo) close to restaurants, art galleries, design shops and high end designer stores. I felt very lucky to wake up every morning with a spectacular view of the bay, the causeway and Miami Beach across the water. I also get to eat breakfast at my balcony while watching the sun climb up the horizon. However, life, love and work happily moved me to another part of South Florida. Miami was my first home in the United States….and I will always consider myself a “Miamian” by heart!
Posted on October 19, 2015
The Colosseum, also known as Flavian Amphitheatre, is the centerpiece of Rome’s spread of architectural masterpieces. Historically, this was a venue for entertainment such as gladiatorial fights and other public spectacles. The Colosseum is also considered as the largest amphitheatre ever built and is one of the greatest works of architecture and engineering. During my visit, our tour guide informed us that stones from the Forum and the Colosseum were taken out by the pope to build the St. Peter’s Basilica. And contrary to popular belief, no christians were fed to the lions at this place.
Posted on September 19, 2015
Posted on August 1, 2015
This photo hooked me into photography big time. I took this photo the day I bought my first tripod stand. This was a huge hit among my Facebook friends that I decided to submit it to the 2011 Electric Avenue Downtown Miami Photo Contest. I won first place and got myself a new camera lens.