Long and hard I have thought about the words to put on this front page. What does one write without caricaturising oneself in a positive or negative way? My miniature writer's blockage turned into a small mountain, until a good friend offered to write it for me.
Not quite anonymous anymore I would like to thank you from the bottom of my heart, you are living proof friendships transcend beyond many boundaries... Isabella xxx! To all those visiting my site, I hope you will enjoy the photography I have to offer you.
A wise person once pointed out,
`We do not see the world as it is. We see it as we are'.
I have travelled to many continents and captured moments others only dream to see. While I have yet to conquer a mountain and fly to the moon, I have been on the unbeaten track, the well-travelled path, and have seen all and sundry in their ungarnished and glorious reality. I have captured my wanderlust with unblinking observation, and lay them on these pages for you to enjoy.
I believe in giving with generous abundance with whatever currency you have – in smiles, hugs or time. I believe in boundless sharing, community spirit and purposeful collaboration.
Horoscopes don’t rule my day, yet I wear my Aries stubbornness with pride. I may not run the mile under ten, yet I don my sporting colours well. My desk may be in a state of creative disarray from time to time, yet my undisciplined genius knows it will always denote possibility.
An epicurean with a fervent passion for food, I revel in new experiences: from hawker-style to haute cuisine, from boiling stock to crafting consommé. And gustatory delights are best shared with others - old friends and new acquaintances bring a vivacious excitement to any table for friendship is a welcoming, warming fire.
Join me – together, we can conquer the moon.
2 May 2009
While listening to
Prelude from the Unaccompanied Cello Suite No. 1 in G Major- Bach
Nocturne in E Flat, Piano Bechstein - Chopin
Brandenburg Concerto No 3 in G - Bach
Brandenburg Concerto No 1 in F - Bach
Air on a G String from Suite No 3 – Bach
Gymnopedie No 1 - Satie
Canon – Pachelbel
Duettino Sull’aria – Mozart
Clair De Lune - Debussy
Humming Chorus - Puccini