I understand there is no sun, yet in France—and I can imagine in the US as well—I followed up the news, on M6 or TF1 channel probably, and I do understand your frustration, the sun hasn't come up yet and it is spring—it is almost summer here in Lebanon, seriously. So as a compensation, I captured the sunset from my rooftop for you—YES YES—the view of the sun laying down on its bed, the Mediterranean sea.
|Here, the sun was still above the sea clearly|
|Some yachts sailing through the orange water through the lens of my camera|
|The sun barely touches the sea, here. I performed the one third composition method for this picture; the focus, namely the sun, is on one third of the frame.|
Besides that, my supermom got me the shoes I’ve been lusting over, Topshop Premium shoes, that’s how they called them. I will be happy to wear them and show you very soon, I must!
|Topshop shoes, mine.|
Yesterday Sunday, I went out with family, drove down to Beirut, the capital, had lunch in Zeytuna bay, this amazing place and went back to finish my English research paper—tomorrow I submit online, finally.
I was wearing ZARA shorts and T shirt, my white leather converse, Balenciaga red clutch, and YSL sunglasses, oh and I nearly forgot, the “big fat” Marni x H&M monochrome jacket.
|@ CBJ (Classic Burger Joint) Zeytuna Bay|
|Just Love to carry my Balenciaga red clutch around, because I don't have that many opportunities to and I am more of a tote person|
|BBQ-Bacon Hamburger, a delight!|