Rest in peace Robin Williams, you will be missed! 

Rest in peace Robin Williams, you will be missed! 

Thank You!

Just wanted to say a big thank you to every one that followed my blog since the beginning however it’s time to move onto Wordpress as Tumblr has becoming a bit limiting on the the things I want to do in the future.

If you would like to follow me please visit the new and improved blog over at www.carlosarevaloblog.com I hope you like and once again thank you for your support! 

Ciao

Carlos

PS you can also follow me on Facebook as well!

Focus on where you want to go, not on what you fear.

— Anthony Robbins

Check out this cool DIY Twin lens camera kit from the guys at Photojojo!.

If you love photograohy and love to build stuff this twin lens camera kit is for you.

Features

• Shoots 35mm film
• 1/150s shutter speed
• F/11 aperture

Apparently you can customise it with your own skins/stickers which I’m guessing come in the pack or you can make your own up some how. If you all ready have a Holga or a Diana, this twin lens camera kit will fit in the collection nicely. Which reminds me I should really take my Holga out of storage and use it, the poor thing has just been seating there waiting to be used.

Ciao Carlos

(Source: photojojo.com)

© Carlos Arevalo Photography 2011
I tried Acai berries for the first time a few weeks back and I must admit I loved them!
Especially served in the traditional way as show in the pic, it’s a great way to start the day with a healthy breakfast. The recipe is below if you would like to try it out, which I highly recommend you do :)
The Rio Bowl (Traditional Acai Recipe)
Directions: Slice two-thirds of a large banana into a blender, and then add 2 packs of Original Acai Blend and 3-4 oz of apple juice or plain soy milk. Blend thick and pour into a bowl. Top with organic granola and the remaining banana, sliced.
Let me know what you guys think you should be able to get the Acai berries from the frozen section of the supermarket of health food store.

© Carlos Arevalo Photography 2011

I tried Acai berries for the first time a few weeks back and I must admit I loved them!

Especially served in the traditional way as show in the pic, it’s a great way to start the day with a healthy breakfast. The recipe is below if you would like to try it out, which I highly recommend you do :)

The Rio Bowl (Traditional Acai Recipe)

Directions: Slice two-thirds of a large banana into a blender, and then add 2 packs of Original Acai Blend and 3-4 oz of apple juice or plain soy milk. Blend thick and pour into a bowl. Top with organic granola and the remaining banana, sliced.

Let me know what you guys think you should be able to get the Acai berries from the frozen section of the supermarket of health food store.

Time and money spent in helping men to do more for themselves is far better than mere giving.

— Henry Ford

© Carlos Arevalo Photography 2011 
A pretty impressive xmas tree made out just bicycle rims. It certainly draws a lot of people in looking at it pointing at it not sure what to say or make of it. But one thing is for sure it makes people smile!

© Carlos Arevalo Photography 2011 

A pretty impressive xmas tree made out just bicycle rims. It certainly draws a lot of people in looking at it pointing at it not sure what to say or make of it. But one thing is for sure it makes people smile!

Courage is a special kind of knowledge: the knowledge of how to fear what ought to be feared and how not to fear what ought not to be feared.

— David Ben-Gurion

I’m guessing if Apple made a camera it would look something like this! Great concept video and who knows Apple might make it one day. 

(Source: adr-studio.it)

There are no limitations to the mind except those we acknowledge

— Napoleon Hill

Failure is the opportunity to begin again, more intelligently.

— Henry Ford

Forget all the reasons why it won’t work and believe the one reason why it will.

— Unknown

© Carlos Arevalo Photography 2011
To be honest, as I have gotten older I’m not really a big fan of Christmas at all. But I must admit seeing this group of carollers in the city was nice, especially seeing the smiles in peoples faces as they stopped by to look and join in the singing as well as the little kids dancing in their own unique way like kids do. 

© Carlos Arevalo Photography 2011

To be honest, as I have gotten older I’m not really a big fan of Christmas at all. But I must admit seeing this group of carollers in the city was nice, especially seeing the smiles in peoples faces as they stopped by to look and join in the singing as well as the little kids dancing in their own unique way like kids do. 

A nice little intro video for AIPP!