Whew! June flew by in the blink of an eye! My last week of June was spent along the coast of California with my love and it has been the best vacation I've ever taken thus far. Looking at the pictures really makes me wish I was still there, but the fun is over and now it's time to get back to real life and start looking for a job *sigh*. I'll probably make another post about our trip with more pictures that weren't posted here or on my Instagram. For now, you can check out the rest of my 365 project from my Flickr account and see my past favorites here.
Got my StickyGrams in the mail and I really like them! Looking forward to getting more.Bought a new lens for my camera and now it's my new favorite. Haven't taken it off my camera since I got it!
He doesn't like having his picture taken so this is actually the first picture I've ever managed to take of him genuinely smiling and I love it <3
This kitty kinda belongs to everyone that lives in my building and he is such a sweetie
Had fun experimenting with long exposure photography and I can't wait to try it out again. I'm thinking fireworks on 4th of July will be my next venture.
Checked out the new James Turrell exhibit at the fine arts museum. Had fun playing with light and shadows.
One morning we woke up to find another one of the apartment kitties peeking into our living room from outside. Our unit is above a storage unit/garage space so were wondering how it even managed to climb onto our windowsill. He/she was not very happy with me taking its picture!
Did a fun photo shoot with my friend Megan. Isn't she a beaut?!
Crave Cupcakes celebrated their 5th anniversary and were giving away free mini cupcakes! I managed to snag one before they were all gone.
We were going nonstop on our first day in California. In just the first day alone, we managed to see Long Beach, Venice Beach, The Getty Center, Santa Monica, the Hollywood Walk of Fame, Rodeo Drive, Sunset Boulevard, Beverly Hills, and the Hollywood sign up from Mulholland Drive. This is the view of Los Angeles from the Getty Center. It was amazing! I wish we had more time to explore because there is just sooo much to see.
On our second day in California, we visited Laguna Beach, Newport Beach, Huntington Beach, and ended the day by walking on board the Queen Mary! If you are/were ever a Titanic fan then this is a must see because this sister ship is identical to the real Titanic! This was taken as we watched the surfers in Huntington Beach.
We rented a car and took a road trip up to San Francisco on the Pacific Coast Highway. It was the most scenic drive ever! We stopped halfway in Pismo Beach to take a break from driving. It was so beautiful there!
Of course I had to take a mandatory Golden Gate Bridge picture when we arrived in San Francisco. What a beautiful city!