~ iphone photos - March 2016 ~

Sunday, March 20, 2016
Technically these photos aren't all from March, they actually range from the end of 2015 till now. Since then I've upgraded to an Iphone 6 so hopefully the quality of the photos are a smidge better. I feel like doing a blog post now so I'm just going to throw it out there, hopefully I can manage to write one of these a month. I notice I take a lot less photos with my phone so I'm going to try and be more conscious of that now.

I'm also currently thinking of changing blogging platforms and am also experimenting with my blog layout so I apologize for the width of this text or any other technical issues that may arise in the next few months.

A cute macaron I bought from a supermarket. I had a cleaning appointment later on so I saved it to eat afterwards....

What it looked like when I actually ate it. Smushed in my bag.

I've been looking for a new fragrance lately and randomly stumbled upon this one at Anthropologie. I only have one perfume I use consistently now which is the Miss Dior EDT. I'm looking for a clean floral scent that isn't sweet. I really liked Marc Jacobs Daisy but it doesn't match with my body chemistry and fades far too quickly. Hopefully I can pop into the store soon and give it another test run.

Annual visit to the temple. I think the rain enhances the ambiance.

Watched my first opera! Attending an opera has always been something I've wanted to do but there hasn't been one that's intrigued me till Madama Butterfly came into town! I loved it and am looking forward to attending more operas in the future.

It was a good length, about 2hrs and 40mins with one intermission. I know there are many operas that are far longer in length but I thought this one was perfect for a first timer. One thing I would suggest is to not sit too close to the stage, I sat in row 7 but I wish I sat in at least row 10 or 12 because it was hard to read the captions above the stage.

They allow you to take photographs at the end when all the stage members come up for their applause.

For my fathers birthday we took him to Top of Vancouver since it's a place he's been wanting to try for many years. The view is spectacular but the food is only subpar.