Sorry not much has happened here in a while; work and life have kept me busy; I do have some plans in the works regarding Pinjing and Pinjing Eats so look out for that soon. In the meantime, I’m just enjoying the holiday season, my favorite time of the year.
Because we can’t get enough of my sister’s dog Herbie:
So content, this dog.
Hope you spent it in good company
View the rest of the fireworks photos at my flickr.
So Instagram recently came out for the Android platform and despite my misgivings about Instagram, I downloaded the app to try it out. I’m still not a huge fan of the overly processed, lomo-esque filters (though some filters, when applied correctly, do make an otherwise dull photo more vibrant and interesting), I’ll admit it is a nice way to merge social networking with the act of taking photos from your phone.
Donaville has put together a great recurring blog event called Spring Pickin’s at Dearest Nature, where you post evidence of spring happening your neck of the woods. Here’s some photos I’ve taken recently on my afternoon walks.
When I think of Spring, I think of seeing cherry blossoms in Japan. (Taken with Golden Half).
Happy Spring! It sure has been a long time since I’ve last posted, but I’m back and have some exciting new things to announce. My good high school friend Donaville (who also runs a gorgeous blog, Discover Paper) asked me recently to join her and a team of other lovely bloggers on a new project, Dearest Nature. What better way to launch a new nature-inspired magazine devoted to arts and lifestyle than on the first day of Spring? I’ll be posting on the Eat section regularly, so pop on over this Thursday to see my submission
We’re doing a giveaway so please stop by Dearest Nature and show us some love! Stay tuned for some new things here as well!