self-care
Slow Living

A Beginners Guide For Self-Care

Whether we are travelling or not, self-care and comfort times are crucial for anyone, anywhere, whatever the means. The speed of modern life We run from one appointment to the other, we have a job that we love or not, and we have obligations. Our schedules are overly busy. This “exciting” life that we are […]

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docks
Voyages

10 Photo Spots in London Docks Surroundings in England

The dockland in London is not the first destination people choose when they visit this beautiful capital. Yet, it inspires one of our favourite walks. Tower Hill Station Tower Hill station is the starting point of our walk. We always enjoy a nice view of some famous city landscapes, and the Tower of London. For here I will guide […]

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mist
Slow Living

8 Tips to improve your misty photos

Foggy days can be a blessing for photographers. It gives a mood to your photos for sure. If some places in the world are still having their regular days of mist, it is a fact that the more people on earth we have, the more we build, the less chance we have to get lost […]

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creativity
Slow Living

Christmas Tip #5 For A Mindful Family Time

Let’s keep on doing little thing to spend time together! Today is my tip #5. Well, it’s a simple one. No need to go out, just boost your creativity. You’ll just need your favourite book, a pen and a paper, and your imagination. I’m going to give you the opportunity to improve or awake your creativity. […]

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Slow Living

5 Senses For Photography: Taste And Smell

Taste often goes with smell The reason why I choose to have these two together is evident. Taste most often goes with a smell. If you can smell without having to eat, you won’t have a chance to taste something without smelling it. The food or drink when approaching your mouth is first detected by your nose. Except […]

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Slow Living

5 Senses For Photography, Hearing And Touch

5 senses: Hearing and Touch born from a contact In my yesterday post, I was explaining how to improve attention given to an image by using other senses than the sight. Now that the concept is settled, the problem remains. How to make people use other senses than the view when it comes to photography? I […]

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