Looking back at an evening of hearty food and sake in izakayas in Kyoto.Read More
How many people notice or read a lengthy image caption on Instagram? Why should I bother to write them?
Because I care.
10 everyday photo moments in Hong Kong, captured on an iPhone and edited with Blackie mobile appRead More
A brief glimpse of the streets and European influences in Algeria’s second largest cityRead More
One of the first things I did when I swopped my Blackberry for an iPhone was to download Instagram. My Instagram account @angelinahue is a condensed, visual reflection of my blog. It’s a mix of architectural and landscape shots from my travels, plus an occasional picture of cats, books or food. There’s plenty of colour…Read More
Have you wondered how some people always look effortlessly stylish in their #ootd photos? Or what it takes to create picture-perfect #foodporn shots or eye-catching #ihavethisthingwithfloors images? Wonder no more and check out this hilarious video highlighting the plight of the “Instagram husband“, the unsung hero behind the popular fashion blogger! Earlier this year, I…Read More
This week’s photo challenge on The Daily Post is all about doors. I was tempted to post a series of photos of doors, but since I’m currently travelling and have limited access to my image archive, I shall instead share my most recent ‘door’ picture! This was taken last week in Paris, outside Cannibale Cafe in the 11th…Read More
Declared Delta Air Lines in an advertisement. These were the words that greeted me at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport. This was back in November 2011. I had flown from Brussels on Delta Air Lines on business class. When I entered the cabin, it felt like I had gone back in time into the 1980s. The…Read More
A double yellow line road marking means different things depending on where you’re at. In Singapore, this means that no parking is allowed at all times. Violate this rule and risk being fined S$70 (approx. 40€ / US$50). The theme of this week’s Photo Challenge on Daily Post is “yellow”. The first thing that came…Read More