A Month in Photos - July

Hello dear people!

It's been a while (a month to be exact), and I cannot wait to share with you the pictures I took this month (except the ones of me - which my friend, Sandra, took).

July was absolutely amazing. I got to spend the first week of it in Israel. I came back straight to birthday celebrations of my sister and my mom. I got to spend a whole lot of time outside since the weather has been treating us so nicely (you don't want to know what winters are like here in Canada - they are dreadful), and I got to attend a very special steel wool photography workshop. Shall we begin? (Game of Thrones reference which finally came back this month)

My beautiful friend captured this picture as part of a photoshoot of an upcoming post.

This picture gives me vibes of an old movie about friends who are having the best time of their lives on this boat during their summer vacation.

Taking pictures of cakes with the age of the birthday person on them is a very old family tradition.

Summer of 2017 - Winnipeg got its first sign located strategically behind the Canadian Museum of Human Rights.

If you need help with getting lost at The Forks in Winnipeg, these signs can sure help you!

I was really surprised to find such a beautiful place in Winnipeg. It made me feel like I was in Europe.

Although this photo is edited, this view really takes my breath away.

Another dreamy picture that my friend was able to capture. I can't wait to share with you more photos from that photoshoot!

Home. Childhood memories. Hot summery day. Twilight. Desert greenery.

I had such a fun time trying this style of photography. I even captured a ghost ;)

These are some of my favourite photos from this month that I really wanted to share with you.

Thank you so much for reading. Your feedback and thoughts are always welcome!



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