Jessica Lio

avid hickory stick enthusiast. dogless. breakin' toes since 2008.

Walk with me on this side

Sometimes the hikes would last as long as three hours. Lighting at the locations — which were not always planned out — meant the images themselves are also largely the result of nature’s whims. The issue for me is that after this period the city falls back to sleep again. More specifically, during Christmas people seem to rack their […]

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Long walks and beautiful souls

No more than three colors, when learning the color blocking collocation, you must stick to the no more than three colors in the whole look rules. It mostly indicate the bright degree in the colors, various different colors fashion item, not including the black, grey and white colors collocation.There’s a certain aesthetic that we refer […]

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Meeting places across New York

Sometimes the hikes would last as long as three hours. Lighting at the locations — which were not always planned out — meant the images themselves are also largely the result of nature’s whims. The issue for me is that after this period the city falls back to sleep again. More specifically, during Christmas people seem to rack their […]

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New Friends and Old Cameras

Fill your bookshelf with endless possibilities I get ideas about what’s essential when packing my suitcase. Jeans represent democracy in fashion. You cannot be creative with people around you. In order to be irreplaceable one must always be different. They have to wear clothes that make you look better. Fashion should be fun. It shouldn’t be labelled […]

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Finding shelter in Nebraska

Anyone who’s spent a fair amount of time in the world’s hostel dormitories will have met the culprit. He sits there on the bottom bunk, emaciated tanned limbs protruding from a Bintang vest and a pair of baggy pyjama trousers printed with a flailing dragon, and then he starts to witter. Go to Chinatown, alone, […]

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Meeting places across New York

Sometimes the hikes would last as long as three hours. Lighting at the locations — which were not always planned out — meant the images themselves are also largely the result of nature’s whims. The issue for me is that after this period the city falls back to sleep again. More specifically, during Christmas people seem to rack their […]

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