There’s something about this morning’s light in Phnom Penh. It doesn’t happen very often, but it’s basically a moment in the early morning, and sometimes at twilight, when the sunlight shines through a rare tree and perfectly mimics a fall day in Toronto, or maybe anywhere in the northeastern corridor of that big rock we call home. You forget you’re in the middle of the hubbub of the chaos of emerging Asia for a moment. I love when this happens. Today’s humpjump is dedicated to those little moments.
We’re getting geared up on patterns. This makes for the perfect resource.
Get in my belly. Now. I don’t care how slightly trashy this meal is.
Thomas Januska’a Gravity portraits are helping up the mood in this apartment, and probably the world.
All about living and cooking in Hanoi. I love that city.
Every lady needs a style manifesto.
Men with kittens. Need we say more? Thank you Miss Emily.
NatGeo photographer, Renan Ozturk is in Myanmar right now and finding all that perfect light.