45/52:Polka dotted at Yayoi Kusama

 

Date: 2nd November 2018

I headed out to see the latest Yayoi Kusama exhibition at Victoria Miro. I was looking forward to it ever since they announced it and had grab the free tickets as soon as I could. This is all sold out so I was lucky and glad to get it.

I have been intrigued by Yayoi Kusama work ever since her exhibition at Tate modern in 2012. Her infinity rooms are mind boggling and dream like. The obsessive use of dots and colours are a sight to behold. Her works of art always teach me to not forget my childhood inspiration and to live colourfully.

41/52: Close

..so close, less than 3 months till the end of the year & I feel lighter than ever. I was burdened when the year started & now the weight has lifted, it took me a few self help books, self love, yoga, friendships and family to push me through. I wanted to go with the flow this year & sometimes it’s not gone as expected but rather than wallowing in pity, I am living the life in the moment and not giving a fuck.

So to people out there, enjoy the present, past doesn’t come back and the future will never come. Look around you & feel the moment, your body, your surroundings & the people around you.

36/52: 8th Year

Happy 8th year to the lazybone!

How time flies so quickly, I never thought I would be one of those dog obsessed person but I was so wrong. I never wanted a dog due to an unpleasant biting incident when I was young but now, this lazybone has changed that and now I adore dogs more than ever. I mostly check out dogs when out and about than people, I am totally oblivious to people anyways. So, here is to our 8th year together and many more..

32/52: Krakow in Pictures

Date: 3rd – 6th August

Finally, Krakow in summer, the weather was scorching but worth going to see the city in the sunshine. I was there to catch up with a friend and I had a lovely time going around. We went to the salt time and Auschwitz as well. Auschwitz isn’t a typical tourist attraction due to the historical significance attached to it but it is worth going to realise its sheer scale and how cruel humanity can get which should never be repeated. The Salt mine was quite an interesting tour, about 135ft underground, it was fascinating to see the chapel underground with its salt sculptures and chandeliers.

This was my second time in the city and the one thing I always go for when am here are the sweets, I had too many dessert but it’s fun to indulge. This wouldn’t be last time in Poland because I still have to visit Warsaw and the Tatras, so until next time, this pictures would see me through.