Found while wandering the streets of New York last year. I was about to walk past the graffiti, completely oblivious to my surroundings. It was my husband who pointed it out. The image was taken on my phone and edited with Hipstamatic. Via the Daily Post Photo Challenge: Cheeky
Before I knew of a place called Australia, before I could speak English fluently and when Korean was my most used language, my parents took us on a world tour. It must have been 1981, because we were there in London, amidst the waving crowd as the newly married Prince and Princess of Wales passed … Continue reading I prefer these shoes, thank you.
I was born in a town that no longer exists. The only thing left of it is an old train station that bears its name. Namioka was the place. A small town in Aomori prefecture, Japan. They say it was founded in 1889 during the Meiji Restoration and was elevated to a town in 1940. … Continue reading Namioka, Japan