I don't like getting old. You really feel every moment lost not sleeping, when you should be :) I wanted to write all the contemplative and pensive thoughts that have been floating around in my head the past couple of months, but as life has it, there are never enough hours in the day to encompass the entirety of what needs to be accomplished, so I'm just going to share with you my travel photos bit by bit instead :) while my reflective posts form and eventuate :)
I've been meaning to pull these out and share with everyone for the longest time, but it kind of got squeezed out in between all the shoots, travelling, and just living life :) This week, since its all about re-fueling the soul and going back to my roots and what I love, I'm sharing some photos we took in Seville, Spain. I've been editing them as a means of therapy (I know that sounds weird! ) and a form of a small and much needed break from all the wedding photos we've been editing. You see, I love travelling. Its a bug that bit me hard when I was in my teens and to this day, I still haven't shaken it out of my veins. I don't know if it ever will. At times, it feels almost ingrained into me as much my name is to who I am.
So here are some of the snapshots of Seville. This incredibly quaint and delightful city just outside of portugal (You could really see the Portuguese influences in the architecture). Spain was just beautiful weather wise for the entire trip, until we reached this little city - the red on the thermometer must have triple jumped all the way up because it was BLISTERING hot. The kind of hot where your skin felt like it was sizzling in the same way eggs do on a piping hot pan. Regardless, the place was just picturesque and I loved the little lanes and alleys you had to walk through to get from place to place - it almost felt like we were tunneling some secret world! :)
More to come :)The gorgeous architecture.