Este fue el día en el que me lastimé bien feo mi tobillo, por eso tengo cara de tómame rápido la foto porque quiero llorar. 😂 . . Por cierto este jardín es de lo más hermoso que he visto, se respira paz y tranquilidad.
@Regrann from @vicksahota - The #nitobememorialgarden in #ubc is one of my favourite spots that I never get tired of taking photos of! This was taken last Summer and has been sitting on my hard drive since, as I wasn't sure how to edit it. This photo required a lot of blending to make it look right but I'm very happy with the final result. I may have gone a bit overboard with the processing but I really wanted to give it that surreal look!
Sharing one of the best moments from this summer. Being apart of @nyeasting + @bryan_a_short’s wedding as their #bridesman. Falling on their 10 year dating anniversary, these two finally got hitched! Congratulations again, and welcome to the family Bryan ☺️ @shortandshorterwed #shortandshorterwed
The beauty of the natural world lies in the details. Instead of looking at the whole picture in a glance and judging it right away, begin to appreciate the details of your immediate experience – what does it sound like, what does it look like, what does it taste like, what does it feel like? Notice the beauty around you and see how it deepens by your perceptive look. In this age of hyperconnectivity, it’s all too common to walk down the street with our eyes glued to our smartphones, unaware of our surroundings. Even without a screen in ...
Relax, calm, comfortable. These are some of the words participants used to describe gardens in a study by Dr. Mohamed Elsadek, Minkai Sun, Ryo Sugiyama (Nitobe Memorial Garden), and Eijiro Fujii. Link in bio #ubcgarden#research
I can think of worse places to study.... “each tree, stone and shrub has been deliberately placed and is carefully maintained to reflect and idealized conception and symbolic representation of nature.”