The theme of this week: split-second story. I will agree that split-second story can be interpreted in many variations. In my opinion nothing tells a story better than a sculpture, a monument, a set in stone tribute to the history. In this gallery you will find a collection of my travel photos of monuments … Continue reading Weekly photo challenge: SPLIT-SECOND STORY
Two days ago absolutely exhausted, but very happy we arrived back home from Renaissance Pleasure Faire in California. It was a long 4 h drive, but it was totally worth it. Everything: dressing up in costumes, performances, vendors, food and attractions excites us and this faire had it all to offer! It was a … Continue reading Work of art: Renaissance Pleasure Faire, California.
I believe that as far as art goes I am one lucky person. I see art, I touch it and I create it almost every single day. It is all around me: canvas, designed clothing, food art, art of literature. Despite the fact that human race is the biggest creator and consumer of art … Continue reading Weekly photo challenge: Work of ART
If to be honest, I should say that it is hard to capture something or someone on the move. Reason why is because picture almost always turns out wrong. Most of the times it is blurry, sometimes poor quality and only in the rarest of cases it turns out somehow half way good to … Continue reading Weekly photo challenge: On the MOVE!
Something short (almost too short), motivating and moving for Wednesday write-in here For more postcards from around the world click here Prompts: mistake :: baggage :: curlew :: tear :: shatter When the clock strikes eighteen – it is time to go. No matter what they say, or how it is supposed to be … Continue reading Let’s DO this!
“No matter where I might be I am thinking of you, therefore I am sending you this postcard” – that’s what the postcard is for me. And I believe for my 22 years long life I have sent over 200 postcards from around the world to dozens of people. How cool is that to be in Europe and receive a postcard from Virgin Islands or Costa Rica?
Two days ago I received a Christmas postcard from my high school fellow and it indeed brought back all the wonderful memories of my gap year journey. It is not only about where do you travel, but mostly how you remember that place. World is a magical place with so many secrets to explore, so keep on going and never stop!
Right now I am stretched between UK and USA, and will remain being in-between for couple of months more. If you would like to receive a postcard from me – with the biggest pleasure I will send a reason to smile to you! Let me know, facebook me (Alisa Sibrova) or let me know by dropping an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Below you will find showcase consisting of postcards from my own collection from the places that I have been to. Enjoy!
As I am treating myself with another spoon full of vanilla-pecan-chocolate chip ice-cream, home made by the way, I realized that having no plan can be a pretty good plan on its own. Not to mention how bizarre and bonkers it can get! Well, I might be slightly exaggerating. With one of the … Continue reading Twisted 2014 or Happy New Year!
Couple of pictures from recent days. Enjoy the walk through Las Vegas: wonderful fountains and gardens of Bellagio! Mesmerizing scenery and feeling of Christmas wonderland, even when there is no snow what so ever. Missing Europe, but enjoying this wonderful family time in USA! Continue reading Winter wonderland in the city of cities
On this gorgeous Sunday morning I took a stroll down Las Vegas boulevard to capture the beauty of the city I live in. Continue reading The city I live in
This very year, in early February, I got my guts together and decided to travel-up all the way to motherland Russia. I was moved by the idea of visiting my both grandparents and introducing my significant other to them. I also wanted to expose myself in the way I have never done before … Continue reading I was here: Motherland Russia