Blâmont is a small village in Meurthe-et-Moselle in Northeastern France. I don’t really know anything about it, except that my grandfather’s cousin stopped there at some point during World War One and sent that postcard to his family. (trying to find a similar contemporary view on the village […]

Blâmont


Today, I saw the World! And by that, I mean the cruise ship called “the World“. I don’t know if you’ve heard about it, but it’s basically a cruise ship with apartments instead of cabins. So basically, passengers live on the boat, some of them full time, and own it […]

I saw the World



A few somewhat old pics of the Kinkaku-ji, also known as the Temple of the Golden Pavilion, in Kyoto, Japan. Fun fact: while it’s world-famous (and a UNESCO World Heritage site), did you know that it’s not its real name? It’s actually called Rokuon-ji (that is, the Deer Garden Temple). […]

Kinkaku-ji (the Temple of the Golden Pavilion) in Kyoto




  Just some old pictures from back when I used to live in Paris (their time stamp says February 10th 2006, that’s 11 years and one day ago!) of the Parc de Bercy and Jardin Yitzhak-Rabin on a very cold winter morning.   Note that Jardin Yitzhak-Rabin was my favorite […]

A cold winter morning in Parc de Bercy in Paris


Yes, why wait until they can walk and speak to give them sexist toys when you can do it when they’re still babies? So, the other day, at the toy store, I found this:     Sure, it’s in Japanese, but do I really need to explain? I guess I […]

Sexist Toys for Babies and Toddlers



    You both rest in peace. 🙁   (credits: Lawrence Schiller – Polaris. Here is an interesting EW article about it. Thanks Massimo).  

Debbie and Carrie


Today, I’m unearthing old pictures from back when I used to live in Florida. It’s a small town called Cedar Key that was one of my favorite spot in the area. The waterfront really looked like a pirate village, and the rest of the town had a pretty unique charm […]

Pelicans in Cedar Key