…If you know, you know!
And as for the avocados, I don’t how you can not love them!
So yes this post is just to say “I love avocados” and that I do not rate anyone who does not share the same feeling. Plus, this is a cool pic!
Ohh and to make reference to the video of the kid that went viral; of him unwrapping his presents, one being an avocado and his reaction! An avocado…thannkkss! I love it! Mostly because he was so grateful for such a basic gift and also because personally, I think its an ideal present! – Can’t go wring really!
As summer approaches, so does the urgent desire to have that “bikini bod” and the need to look “summer-time-fine”; so I am sure I’m not the only one who is eating healthier, detoxing and exercising more with the promise of feeling good!
Although I am yet to start (maybe) the completely green detox juices/smoothies, I have jumped on the green drink bandwagon- I’m just mixing it slightly more and cutting out the kale! I know, I know, its a superfood and all and probably one of the most vital ingredients but I can’t- It’s just tastes awful. I’ll stick to the spinach and banana for now thanks! #GoingGreen
It’s the best I’ve ever seen. I love love love waterfalls, but now that I’ve seen the Iguazu Falls, from both the Brazilian and Argentinian side, I really do not think i’ll ever see a better falls. It was absolutely breath taking from Brazil and even more so from Argentina. We take Mother Nature for granted but this is one of the main reasons I love to travel; to see her at her finest. The views were beyond beautiful, jaw dropping and out of this world. I could just sit and stare at the Iguazu falls forever. Listening to the roar of the water, the tranquility and the amazing view was an experience in itself and definitely a highlight of my South American adventure so far. Although no photograph nor video can portray this kind of natural beauty, here are a few of my favourite shots.
Typically we think of the cycle as; trees-to-paper, however another great exhibition at the Saatchi Gallery presents these paper bags back in a variation of their some what natural forms. Its a trees-to-paper and back-to-trees story. From a Sephora paper bag to Marc Jacobs and Christian Dior paper bags, the artistic genius that is Yuken Teruya works ever so delicately to create these phenomenal pieces. The paper bags have been cut to not only create a silhouette of a tree but to form a miniature 3D tree within said paper bag-using the same cutout. I have never seen anything quite like them; they are without a doubt amazing.
Teruya’s work is extremely fragile, yet so interesting, unique and creative; all you want to do is reach out and touch it, but because of the fragility the risk outweighs the temptation. The abstract idea that takes paper back to its natural form; through such an interesting and inspirational method; conveys a well thought through creative concept. Furthermore, the use of such well known brands not only suggests, but confirms a sense of brilliance; to engage the onlooker.