Saturday, June 2

A place we call paradise.


Here I am on vacation in Cancún, Mexico. Ever since I got my new camera, I've been really motivated to capture every beautiful moment to come my way. In fact I took all of these photos myself, thankfully to the self timer feature. I tried to capture life and culture within each photo while being on a journey. Even though Cancún is surely losing it's culture with an overpopulation of tourists you can still find real Mexico within it's cracks. By that I mean, my favourite part was riding the jammed packed city vans rushing down unfinished roads. The exotic life which I've never seen from the place that I come from. I felt so uplifted by the beautiful scenery, that most of the time I felt as if I was dreaming. And  even though I was only gone for just ten days, a lot has happened. So stay tuned as I share many more stories, because this post is just the beginning to many more cherished memories...
The view at night from my balcony at Villa del Palmar, Cancún.

23 comments:

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  2. Wow! Gorgeous pictures and outfit. :)

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  3. Amazing pics!! I love it!!

    Greetings

    Iván
    nomellameustedmoderno.wordpress.com

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  4. This made me feel Emotional :(!, Hopefully I will be back soon to my beloved MEXICO <3 btw you look so so COOL on the second picture I love it so much xx

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    1. thanks so much for the sincere comment Ivam. that really means a lot to hear that my photos moved you. i was wondering, what part of Mexico are you from?

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    2. Similar to Cancun but er...Less luxury LOL! It's called Mazatlan...

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  5. Your vacation looks amazing! Hope you're having a great time mate!

    Dylan
    http://dylanisrestless.blogspot.com.au/

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  6. what type of camera do you use now? these photos are just sooooo beautiful

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    1. thanks so much! i use canon t2i with the 50mm 1.8 =]

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  7. Oh my goodness, I absolutely love the photos! For a second, I thought you were in Hawaii (and my heart turned a bit inside because my significant other lives there), but then I read Cancun! How fun!

    Michelle
    www.michelleesque.com

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  8. this is fantastic and great photos ;)

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  9. Oh Bobby! These photo's are so beautiful! You add more dramatic abidance to your photo's which made it more adorable! Have more fun!

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