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The Big Bang

Narrator: According to legend, wherever the Pandorica was taken, throughout its long history, the Centurion would be there, guarding it. He appears as an iconic image in the artwork of many cultures, and there are several documented accounts of his appearances and his warnings to the many who attempted to open the box before its […]

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I’m Back!

There has been way too much silence on this website and for that I apologize. I have started working as a photographer and social media manager for Body Energy Club, in addition to helping create the Cold Press Juices. That means a lot more time at my actual job not as much time for my […]

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What’s This?

It snowed in Vancouver for three straight days! Those cold, white flakes caused some confusion after the beautiful days we had previously. This is a photo of Vancouver on the 21st. These photos were taken February 24th, after a light layer of snow held its ground. It is always nice to have a few days of […]

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Vancouver Feb 21

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Thursday Motivation

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The Homes in Literature

Movies and television allow for a visual outlet to the layout and decorations written about in literature, but this is only a glimpse into the perfectly crafted settings. Terrys Fabrics have compiled a list of the homes from classic literature and recreated the floor plans. The infographic below shows the many rooms used to store […]

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The Pandorica Opens

Commander: So, I return to my command after one week and discover we’ve been playing host to Cleopatra. Who’s in Egypt. And dead. River Song as Cleopatra and the unexpected return of (the erased from history) Rory are only two incredible parts of ‘The Pandorica Opens.’ The puzzle of the Pandorica attracts the Doctor to […]

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Thursday Motivation

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The Lodger

Amy Pond: Football. Okay, well done, that is normal. Yeah, football, all outdoorsy. The Doctor: Now, football’s the one with the sticks, isn’t it? The Doctor is left to his own devices when the TARDIS takes off with Amy inside. When he finds the source of the problem in a two story house, the Doctor […]

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Across the Cambie Bridge

Despite the cold weather, the sun was shining in Vancouver, making it perfect weather for walking. Since my new work is closer to the Cambie bridge, it was a great opportunity to take a new route home.  My fingers almost fell off halfway across but the sky was so blue I couldn’t resist. Credit

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Patterned Midi Skirt

Credit, Credit, Outfit

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Vincent and the Doctor

Amy Pond: We didn’t make a difference at all. The Doctor: I wouldn’t say that. The way I see it, every life is a pile of good things and bad things. Hey. The good things don’t always soften the bad things, but vice-versa, the bad things don’t necessarily spoil the good things and make them unimportant. […]

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Mist

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Vanessa Hudgens Looks Amazing in Flare!

Vanessa Hudgens is trying to break from her past as a Disney darling by doing more risqué movies – like Spring Breakers. She may not be nominated for an Oscar any time soon but her cover for Flare magazine will turn heads. The star, whose style is mainly centred around the 70s, is all dolled […]

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Raw Artists

I have some exciting news, my photography was chosen for an art show by the organization Raw Artists! This is an international community that holds events in different cities around the world to help emerging artists expand their careers, which is the perfect opportunity for me! The event is in Vancouver at the end of […]

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Cold Blood

Cold Blood is a cold war for a new generation: aliens vs humans. Under the Earth sits a whole colony of an ancient reptilian race and they are not happy. They believe the Earth is theirs which gives these creatures and humans a unique opportunity to talk instead of fight. This editorial is based on […]

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Our Walk Over the Granville Bridge

After work yesterday we ventured across the bridge for dinner and drinks downtown. Vancouver was stunning and so clear. Credit

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We Missed the Sunset

A friend and I tried to catch the sunset from the Cambie bridge but missed it. It was nice to get the glow off the buildings, Vancouver looks science fiction-y during these times of day.

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Clouds Over Vancouver

Mornings in Vancouver have been filled with a thick fog, so I grabbed my camera in the early morning. On my way home the mist had risen and landed right above downtown. It was beautiful, and really cool to see the difference a few hours can make. Credit

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The Hungry Earth

The trio tries to go to Rio but ends up in Wales. This unfortunate redirection leaves Amy dressed for warm weather as she is sucked underground. It is not only the Hungry Earth that they have to worry about, something is on its way up and it is not happy. Credit

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