5.14.2011

Macau

Here are some of my travel photos to the historical Peninsula of Macau. Consists of a 2 hour flight to Hong Kong, plane snaps of flightmates, a little bit of faux fur styling, shooting at some weird looking structures on the way to China Ferry Terminal, window silhouettes in a speeding turbojet to the peninsula, 51st floor falling view at one of the world's tallest tower and empty street shooting together with alternating Chinese-Portuguese signs in Macau.

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And below are some random scenes I took along the way. Waiting for cotton candy cloud patterns on a flight to I heart HK, seascape to Macau that looks like an oil painting -so beautiful, refreshing store beside the famous Ruins of St. Paul's Cathedral, passed by Grand Prix Museum and streets of Macau Formula racing, mesmerized by Casino and Grand Lisboa dancing lights plus the mind-boggling over the top detailing and stared heavily to hypnotizing night going back to Hong Kong city.

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I wore a thrifted skirt, Gap gray sweater, sample faux fur swatches in shades of beiges and grays (made into a faux fur scarf), Charriol ring, Tag Heuer watch, Omega round gold necklace, LV 30, mom's vintage Versace shades and Forever 21 shoes. I will share new set of photos from my Hong Kong City tour next!

39 comments:

AgataP said...

love your sweater and shoes,very nice pictures!

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AVA T.♥ said...

amazing photos and wow at the fur!!:)

A.n.E said...

Great to see you back! This looks like one hell of an awesome trip!
ps esp love your outfit!!! the fur is amaazing!

NiNJADALiA. said...
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NiNJADALiA. said...

Thanks for the comment dear! :)

Wow these are all lovely pictures, i love them all! :)

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Velire said...

Noelle dear! I miss you. I'm glad you're off and about this summer. Only you can pull off an outfit like that & look amazing though I must say "ingit ako sa shoes mo, borrowww?!" hahaha :D have love! And you look beautiful as always :)

Hazel said...

i love the outfit, especially the fur!! traveling with style, check!! :D ohh and how i miss macau and hk! the photos look vibrant :)

Kookie B. said...

Pak! Winner ang outfit! Sayaaaannnng!!! We could've gone shopping together in HK! Haha! By the way, we stayed in Regal Kowloon Hotel in Mody Rd. Quite near lang sa Harbor City...pero mejo effort sa paglakad. Ngwark!

ana b. said...

I was only in Macau for a day but I really loved the crumbling, pastel historic buildings. You look fabulous! Minimalist yet very luxe. Haha.

fashioneggpplant said...

such a perfect outfit for travelling. really shows the jetsetter in you! :) and you look as if your outfit was planned specifically to pose in front of those rock formations. i <3 this post so much! :)

fashioneggpplant said...

btw, where did you get those faux fur swatches? :)

hurricanekerrie said...

Oh, the faux fur is brilliant! :) Haha!

Last time I saw rock formations like that was at Devil's Tower in Wyoming. And people were climbing them, crazy. They're so beautiful though, aren' they? Lovely photos!

THE ALTERNATIVE WIFE said...

What gorgeous photos!

Kavery said...

You take such good pictures. The ones against the rocks are very eye catching.

Dear Girl Wallflower said...

wonderful trip! has it been cooler in Macau instead?....I know how terrible the heat in Manila is...I love the scenery!

augustalolita said...

wonderful photos!! this place looks amazing!! and love your outfit-so chic <3

fasyonista said...

Love the outfit! :) I've never been to Macau and I wanna go there soon!

Denise said...

Noelle! Awesome trip photos!! The night shots are so wonderful!! And wow the outfit... very luxe and chic!!! The faux fur made the outfit so stylish, cant believe those are fur swatches?! How creative of you! :)

Penny said...

what an extraordinaire trip dear!wow!

SabinePsynopsis said...

Loving the grey ensemble, all the different lengths and shades. Looks like a great trip!

Annabel Wyatt said...

Amazing photography!! x x x

Stilettostetico said...

You always know how to create a kind of architectural dizzyness through creative angles of views, and never fail to stage your sparkling prettiness on such a freshy way I must say . . .
ps: Thanks Infinitely for your REcomment after the sudden "Blogger" whims Chère Noelle, a Pleasure !!!

à Bientôt, Antoine

Diana CMP :) said...

Nice photos you have there! Feels like i've been in Macau :) I'm following!

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Dressing Up For Me said...

Oh my. all your photos are gorgeous! I´ve always wanted to visit Macau.

By the way, what´s the name of that grayish stone monument in the background in some of your photos?

Lea said...

Such pretty photos. I especially love all of the ones that have urban decay in them. And the abstract water ones too. So nice. I've tumbled one of them :D

Jing said...

lovely shots as always!I wish I could travel travel to many places like you do. hehe ;)

cherie said...

love the outfit and the fur accent on your shoulder.. and those sky pictures are amazing too! macau was very memorable for me, so many cultural sight to see!

Agata Wijaya said...

your photo and your style are perfect!
i love every single photo that you post<3

Joelyne said...

wow noelle! some amazing photos here. I love travel shots - so interesting to see what another country looks like from a travellers point of view.

XXX

the sydney girl

p.s. Just letting you know I have a giveaway going on if you're interested! X

Mom Fashion World said...

Photos are always beautiful!
I hope to visit other parts of Asia someday.

Ana said...

All these pictures are amazing and I love your shoes. So fierce.
I really like your blog, I will for sure star following.

Andie said...

ohmygosh i went to macau too! but i went first week of may, yeah. amazing pictures as usual :)

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Emily, Ruby Slipper Journeys said...

Craziness... this is such an unusual perspective!

Raquel said...

I really like your pictures 6 and 7 and the sky ones too.
Macau is a place that I'd like to go someday since it is a former portuguese colony!

Reese Milania said...

I wanna be your travel buddy, for sure. Love the pics!!! BTW hey should I get the LV 25 or LV 30??? any thoughts about it??? thanks.

Take care hun!

THE ALTERNATIVE WIFE said...

Such fabulous photos! And I just love your belt! :)

AlienBaby said...

That pic of you in the middle of the street is pretty priceless. Great photos!
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Elbertine Lau said...

So simple but I'm really into your style. I am sleepy now but I can still tell how lovely your outfits are. That faux fur is so fabulous! Glad i discovered your blog! Keep posting.

-Elbertine Lau
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