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Thanksgiving 2014

Thanksgiving 2014 came earlier this year for me, by a week, when I was in Dallas. I was there too early for the famous Neiman Marcus Christmas buffet at the flagship store downtown so my parents and I had brunch at the Four Seasons instead: But instead of seeing decorations with cornucopias, turkeys, or anything remotely related to Thanksgiving, we …

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Brussels For A Day

Belgium has been my home away from home for so many years that sometimes I take Brussels for granted when in fact it provides wonderful photographic opportunities. Besides being a shopping hub for me, it is also a big city full of quaint squares and charming streets, brimming with tourists and locals… and semi-locals like moi (here I am at …

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Lorraine American Cemetery and Memorial

In observance of Veterans Day this year I’m taking you to the Lorraine American Cemetery and Memorial in Saint-Avold, France. Spread out over 113 acres, it is the largest American military cemetery in Europe and the final resting place for 10,489 war dead from World War II. The American Battle Monuments Commission oversees the construction and maintenance of military cemeteries …

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H&M x Alexander Wang

After ten weeks on the road I am a bit mud-brained but no worse for the wear. The only drawback is that I have so much catching up to do that shopping has to take a back seat…for now. So much to my distress, with meetings up to my eyeballs, there was no way I could queue up for the …

Pairi Daiza, Part 4

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One of the best things about Pairi Daiza is its attention to details in maintaining the integrity and authenticity of the worlds it tries to represent. In each region you can find the indigenous animals as well as architectural representations, and a window into its art and culture: The garden’s charm is in all the quirky things like a downed …