Yellow and orange are not my colors. However, this mustard hue that I’ve been spotting? That, I can get happy with . . .
A few snaps from a trip to the Philippines ( Coron, Puerto Princesa, and Boracay) and a playlist that let’s me pretend like I’m on the beach again. Enjoy!
750 steps of Mt. Tapyas. We did it for sunset and was tricked into doing sunrise. Mode of transport “FoodTrip” Coca-Cola butterfly Family outing @ Patrik and Tezz guest house Island hopping Sunscreen babe “it’s alive!!” Kayangan Lake: The cleanest lake in the Philippines Up-cycling Coconuts Self-explanatory. Our overnight trip to a private island, Pass Island. Swiss legends Not the best shot of Maya and I The view from our window in Boracay (@Spider House Resort) Reunited with my dear friend Arya from Jakarta. Sunset viewing from our window. ♥
two of my favorite days this summer. ↓↓↓
the neighborhood omatsuri (Japanese festival!)
day ↑ & night ↓
rando stussy couple
cute couple ♥
たかし & みりあ ♪
good bye summer, hello fall!
Found an old roll of film the other day and decided to develop it! Got to relive some of the memories when I went to Kyoto & Nara last fall.. ↓
Also, a cool track I found tonight to listen to along with it. Press play and enjoy!
If you’ve been out in Tokyo, you know exactly what this video is talking about. While Japan values hard work, people are also extremely willing to forgive drunken mishaps for this very reason.
Yet, the fact that one can lay asleep in the street and wake up with iPhones and credit cards still in possession certainly reenforces both Tokyo’s reputation as a paradise of public order and or consideration for other people no matter how intoxicated they may be.
Nevertheless, brilliant way to spread awareness of excess drinking.
Cheers to the weekend!:)
A must watch.
“My youngest daughter, Annisa, clearly had a problem with her recalcitrant tooth fairy […] I have no doubt that her finely tuned negotiating skills were developed as a result.” – Carolyn in Brooklyn
oh snap! This little find came to mind reading Anni$a’s note. Not my favorite genre of music but looove his raspy rocky tone of his voice. Cover done right! 😉
go on distractify for more amazing kids notes.
What a good reminder for audio engineers, music producers, and the like, the character between the space between notes.
I’m no expert drummer.. but oh man, these guys can drum. Can you believe that these guys i.e. performers have separate day jobs and they’re called Top Secret Drum Corps?
It’s Friday (!!!!!!) and I have no idea what’s going on here. Shot and edited by Simon Panrucker, starring his nieces.
Wishing you a happy weekend!
thingone sound familiar? 😉
Go Kether Tokyo ♛!
Footage from RVCA Advocate Christian Fletchers recent trip to Japan. Video: Kether Tokyo. Music by Taiga. For photos & story visit: http://www.rvca.com/b/post/christian-fletcher-urban-suburban-japan