Weekly Photo Challenge: Names

I simply love words. The magic of connected letters has captivated me since I was a child. Since then, I have always been surrounded by books: novels when I was growing up, books on strategy and economics when I was studying, books on self-development and growth now, when I am done with degrees (with an occasional history reading, like the book on Cuba that was my vacation reading binge).

When I am not reading (and not working, or writing in my blog or IG), the magic of words still captures me on the streets. I have a lot of pictures with street signs, hashtags and city graffiti walls that have captured my imagination in different cities during different trips. For this week’s photo challenge, Names, I have chosen words with coffee from last year’s Roland Garros.


Roland Garros 2016: the coffee

Happy tasting!


8 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Names

  1. I’m not a coffee drinker myself, but I love that coffee design! It’s also reminded me to look into tickets for Roland Garros this year since I’ll be in France so it’ll be easier to get to 🙂

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  2. And in my earlies 20s I had a little tradition when I asked a cappuchino. In that time it was served always with a “heart symbol” coffee design and it looked dislikly for me … so one time, I was asked to make me a “mercedes benz symbol” coffee design:) . Just for a while the barista was in the shock, but after he ve make a fun and used of his creativity to making this. I had a millions photos of my millions cups of mercedes benz coffees from differents places…. but it stay in the memory of my old nokia:(


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