Upcycle Project: Statement Wall (part 3)

Hello, Hello…

Today is just another chill day here in my home country. And because, it’s just “chill day” let me share a few more photos of my crib in New England.

I know, I know…

It’s just been a few days and I already miss my Big Bebe, Mr. P. We are absolutely pulling what we did 8 years ago, LDR. To those who do not have an inkling what LDR means, Long Distance Relationship.

LDR: It can be a blessing or a curse. It can make or break a relationship. It can let go or go with the flow. It’s a test of LOVE. Not everyone is fit to handle this kind of love.


This trilogy  will end with the present and current state of my Statement Wall.

Today, I am showing you the difference between taking photos using an iPhone and DSLR camera.

These are iPhone photos:

And… DSLR photos:

So which do you prefer? I personally like the resolution of the DSLR however, it can be pretty tedious for me to use it and edit.  Do you have any suggestions for me?

I use my old camera NIKON D3000 and though it was old, it was my first camera so it’s very dear to my heart and I cant let go. I recently bought a Canon G7X mark 2 (I’m going to start Vlogging, watch out for that, wink, wink…) and finally bought a drone from DJI. So yes, I am doing this in full force! Ha Ha Ha!

I have been truly blessed this year and those blessings fuels me to do more and be more. I promise to create better content and more projects. Thank you for reading (and hopefully..) following my blog, FB page and IG.

Keep smiling y’all! Life is great!



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