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project 2015 // wk. 37 // drama

PicsArt

project 2015 continues and we have reached wk. 037. project 2015 showcases a different photo filter/style weekly. This week I played around with the app PicsArt.  This week it was all about the Drama filter, which adds highs/lows to the photos and I added a little bit of light play. I had such an amazing week and hoping that we can hold on to summer a little bit longer. Here is a glimpse of my week…

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project 2015 /// wk. 013 /// hb2

project 2015 / // vsco

Hello. project 2015 continues and we have reached wk. 012. project 2015 showcases a different photo filter/style weekly. See last week’s post here.  Everyone knows about the popular app VSCO. The app allows users to transform bland photos into gallery-worthy artistic images. This week I was a little distracted and lost focus and didn’t take too many photos. For the photos that I did take, I used VSCO HB2 filter and love it.  Here is a glimpse of my Saturday…

{HB2}

project 2015 / // vsco

project 2015 / // vsco

project 2015 / // vsco

project 2015 / // vsco

project 2015 / // vsco

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project 2015 // wk. 012 // party! party!

Party Party Photobooth

Hello. project 2015 continues and we have reached wk. 012. project 2015 showcases a different photo filter/style weekly. This week I want to showcase a wonderful app called Party! Party! Who doesn’t love a photo booth? This photo booth app is beyond amazing!  You can create singles, photostrips in 4/9/16 and even video! So much fun!  This has become one of my favorite apps. It’s a little addicting. This app also comes with really awesome filters and frames. Love it so much! This week many {near + far} participated in photo booth. Thank you! Here is a glimpse of my week…

{Party! Party!}

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See how fun?

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Party Party Photobooth

Party Party Photobooth

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Week in Pictures {curious} + {brave}

Week in Pictures {curious} + {brave}
Beverly and I circa 2012 at her baby shower

Hello. We continue the Photo Project for 2014 – the random photos that I take throughout the week will embody a theme. In 2013 it was all about The Polaroid Project. If you haven’t seen The Polaroid Project video, please visit the post. This week I asked my best friend {Beverly} to give me the word for the week. She decided to give me two words {curious} + {brave}. Both of the words were inspired by her little son Theo.  Here is a glimpse of my week…

{curious}

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Seattle Scene. eat.v9

Seattle Scene. eat.v9

This is Seattle Scene. eat. v9. Hello again. The duo is back. Myself and guest blogger {Savanna} try a new Seattle hot spot for our reoccurring feature – the Seattle Scene. At the firm that we work at, we are part of a team that researches/markets Hospitality {restaurants, hotels, spas}. Our assignment is to try out new restaurants and see what the current and future design trends are, especially in the Seattle market {see last blog post – Seattle Scene. eat v8}. We are looking from a designer’s point of view, but the food is a nice bonus. Yesterday we ventured to Broadway and dined at Corretto – Trattoria and Bar.

Corretto

Corretto opened its doors mid April of this year. The popular Foodie Source site Eater recommended this restaurant to us via it’s Eater Hot Map. Owner Travis Rosenthal launched the new trendy Italian restaurant in the Spring in Seattle’s East Broadway area. Executive Chef Laura Licona joins his team and adds her twist on Italian comfort food to the mix. Corretto translates to “corrected coffee” where Corretto bar pairs espresso with Italian grappa, amari, and other Italian liquors. Here is a glimpse…

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A stylish cafe by day and an Italian restaurant by night; the vibe of the Corretto is eclectic chic. Many antique finds decorate the space, which is a trend we see in a lot of Seattle’s restaurants. A handsome Gentleman’s navy blue is seen throughout the space and paired with the Modern Vintage graphic black and white wallpaper.

What did we eat?

Antipasti – Bruschetta Cannellini {white bean pate, balsamic tomato salsa, crisped leeks, grilled crostini}
Primi /Pasta – Gnocchi Al Pesto {fresh gnocchi and our waiter substituted our sauce}
Secondi/Entree – Agnello {three lamb chops, farro, pickled fennel, arugula, toasted almonds, basil oil}
Dessert – Limoncello Cheesecake {amaretti brown butter crust, seasonal berries}

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until next time…..xoxo

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