Don’t break the chain

There are so many things I am planning to create but I am not taking any actions actually. Probably because on some level, I’m still fighting the fear that nobody will care about my art in the end, and it won’t make any difference or impact on the world. I am sure that many artists... Continue Reading →

Symbolism of the closed doors

As lot of you already know and it is obvious from my posts, that I really love to travel. Besides traveling I also enjoying very much to capture photos of beautiful destinations I am visiting. Something you probably don't know about me is that I very often tend to add symbolism in my everyday life... Continue Reading →

Star Island and Downtown Miami

After our visit to the Everglades National Park, our next destination was Miami Bayside. On our way to the Bay front park, we passed through Downtown Miami. The Biscayne Blvd. is a street with extremely high sky-scarpers. The Miami Bayside market was a very crowded and colorful place. It is going to be the subject... Continue Reading →

Key West, Florida

Key West is the island and the city at the southwesternmost end of the roadway through the Florida Keys. Key West is a beautiful destination, famous for water sports, lively nightlife, beaches and historic sites. My boyfriend and I visited this city with an organized bus tour, as a day trip from Miami Beach where... Continue Reading →

Lock & Load, shooting range, Miami

Lock & Load is the best shooting range in Miami area.   It is located in Miami's Wynwood district. Lock & Load offers the nation's greatest variety of fully automatic firearms with over 25 fully automatic machine guns available for use in packages and a la carte menu. The Wynwood Art District is a district... Continue Reading →

Fontainebleau hotel, Miami Beach, Florida

The Fontainebleau Miami Beach is a stunning hotel, very fancy and stylish place and the most famous hotel in the area. Hotel opened in 1954 and was designed by Morris Lapidus. It is arguably the most luxurious hotel in Miami Beach, and is thought to be the most significant building of Lapidus's great career. The... Continue Reading →

Weekend in Brussels

I have pointed out several times in my blog posts that I am involved in the hospitality industry. As it is known, the hospitality industry is a chain of different operations that runs 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and 365 days a year. You may be asked to work different shifts, weekends, or holidays.... Continue Reading →

Alta Moda

Alta Moda was founded in Florence in 1951 by Giovanni Battista Giorgini, a wealthy Italian, entrepreneur who used his background as a diplomat to understand the tastes and also the requirements of the American market to export Italian fashion (G.B. Giorgini Archive, 2002).  Giorgini wanted to change the image of the Italian fashion industry, which... Continue Reading →

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