“The more you see the less you know The less you find out as you go I knew much more then than I do now” City of Blinding Lights, U2 By: Gabriela Yareliz GREAT EXPECTATIONS Expectations can be a funny thing. This week, I experienced this, first-hand. I was going to exchange letters with someoneContinue reading “Being Human: Look Ugly in a Photograph”
FALL TRANSITION By: Gabriela Yareliz And here we are. Inside of my little studio, French jazz playing, little amber candles burning and the drawers of my dresser only half closed. That’s the way it goes on a Friday where I don’t want to leave my house anymore, and I just want to start my sentenceContinue reading “Being Human: Here Comes Autumn”
By: Gabriela Yareliz Warm New York summer rain threatens my unspoken plan. The rain is soft and glittery. It should be bottled up and sold as perfume. It paints the sky grey and paints us wet. In my search of the skyline for a perfect rooftop, I spot the flamingo tree. It’s sassy in itsContinue reading “A July Photo Diary”
As wedding season is in full swing, I thought I would pull together some of my favorite wedding ideas, iconic looks and inspiration. Wedding Veil I like traditional and symbolic elements, like the veil worn over the face, pre-ceremony. Kate Moss [Photo from Once Wed] A Church Wedding There is nothing like starting your unionContinue reading “Iconic Wedding Favorites”
By: Gabriela Yareliz This was my favorite stop. Breathtaking views. Skies and ocean for days.
By: Gabriela Yareliz There was something about Humacao that reminded me of Florida. Maybe it was the bright colors, sunshine and this feeling that I was in a Calgon, Take Me Away! body spray commercial. A citrusy type scent. Yes.
By: Gabriela Yareliz If you are a cat lover, you’ll enjoy wandering the Old San Juan. You will find these little guys in the most unexpected places. In the bed of a truck: Governor’s mansion, La Fortaleza:
By: Gabriela Yareliz These are some of my favorite views from our walks around San Juan. That cemetery left me in awe. We climbed up on the wall, in efforts to get closer to this incredible view: We started walking up the hill, toward the fort, and then we happened to look back. We allContinue reading “Come Walk With Me: Old San Juan, Part II”
By: Gabriela Yareliz Our first outing in the Old San Juan was lovely. The sun was bright, the sky was blue, and we got rained on a bit by an impromptu shower that lasted five minutes. The cathedral where Marc Anthony got married:
By: Gabriela Yareliz This observatory is definitely a must-see for the beautiful view and for educational purposes. The ultimate stop for nerding out. Bring walking shoes, because you will burn off your breakfast on the hike up the hill. They have neat interactive games, videos and demos to explain how the observatory and outer spaceContinue reading “Come Walk With Me: Arecibo, Puerto Rico”