The streets of Santa Barbara


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When I’m traveling to a new city, my favorite way to explore is to either drive or walk around in the city. Tours and touristic attractions can be so much fun, but they often don’t give you the opportunity to be creative as a photographer. Most of the time, I’m not really interested in photographing the touristic attractions. I mean, when you’re in Paris, you need that picture of you standing in front of the Eiffel Tower and when you’re in New York City, you obviously need a picture of you standing on Times Square. I’m like that! I want a picture of myself standing in front of something that makes people know in which city you are. Continue reading

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Let the wind blow through your hair


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We all know that kids grow incredibly fast. I can’t believe it’s been almost 2 years ago that my cousin was born. She was such a tiny, little creature and now she is such a big girl who is walking all by herself, who knows how to do the sounds of animals and who’s just so sweet and loving!

I decided to pay her a visit last week, so that we could have some quality time before I leave to the US for a year. We went out for a walk and she absolutely loved it! We walked in this cute neighborhood where there are lots of empty fields and where lots of farmers live. I loved it, because places like that are perfect for doing a little photo shoot!  Continue reading

Redondo Beach Street View


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Sometimes you don’t need to visit the monuments in a city to get to know the city or to capture some nice moment in it. Sometimes you should just appreciate the beauty of the random streets you’re walking in. For me personally the beauty of a place is in its details. I like passing a street with nice flowers, a beautiful sunset, the typical view of the Californian palm trees… Continue reading