Mountains, ocean, and many gorgeous sunsets. See the beautiful island of Hawaii through the lens of Quy Nguyen.
If I have to be absolutely honest with you, I’m not the biggest museum fan. I certainly don’t know the best place to see the most beautiful and important artworks in the city. I go to museums sometimes when they offer free admission, float through the paintings on the wall and try to comprehensive their meanings. I’ll think about the strokes of the brush, the color scheme, the way that lady stands, and how they all matter. Most of the time, I just gaze out and watch the stream of other people.
It’s hard to describe how much I loved Seattle and the life I once had there. I’m using past tense just because I haven’t been back for years and not sure whether my feelings for it have changed any bit. But my memories of Seattle is something truly special that I will treasure for the rest of my life. Two whole years in this little place were one of the best time I’ve ever had; and sometimes, you just suddenly long for it, knowing the same life would never return.
The first thing we saw was the low-income neighborhood, I guess, with small similar houses adjoining each other. But their impression was still quite pretty; and the blocks’ unified appearance reminded me of a much more gorgeous one in Charleston, SC. Anyway, I only said “low-income” because I compared it to other neighborhoods in the city. Some days ago, I freaked out reading an article about a bedroom for rent which cost $800 per month. With that amount, you can rent a whole decent apartment in Dallas.