Carlina Teteris Photography » Travel and Lifestyle Photographer

China House | Penang

I’m in love with shop houses.  I want one.  Actually, I want two, next to each other, so I can merge them together so they’re not super narrow like shop house tend to be.  I think China House in Penang is actually four houses, and restored and decorated perfectly.  It’s a big maze of art and dining spaces and even has a beautiful courtyard in the middle.  This place inspires creativity <3

Nk’Mip Resort | Osoyoos | British Columbia

So now that I’m pretty much all caught up processing my archives of long lost photos, I wanted to do a couple of short posts on cool places.  I’ve been mean to post this set for… oh… about a year, since I took them.

I love Nk’Mip wine.  Probably my favorite of all BC wines (and BC wines are pretty much my favorite of all wines… call me biased… whatever…)  I digress.  Anyways, I was lucky enough to spend a night at their winery resort last year.  It was at the end of winter so not much was a alive, and we were only there for the night and didn’t even stay long enough to tour the winery – sad face – but it was a beautiful place.  Loved the desert inspired architecture and interior design; it fit right into the landscape.  Maybe one of these days I’ll be in the Okanagan at a more winery tour friendly time of year. 

Svenna’s Baptism

Apparently there’s a Danish church just behind my house.  I had no idea.  I had the pleasure of shooting Svenna’s baptism there last week.  I don’t think most of the people there were Danish, but the service was mostly in Danish.  I still haven’t quite figured it all out. 

Yogjakarta | Central Java

Finally at the end of my Java photos.  This was my second time in Jogja and I still love it. Maybe even more than my first time.  Really looking forward to being able to spend a few months there at some point to study more Bahasa.  It’ll happen.

Edmund Tran - That little bird has the funnies expression on it’s face.

Indonesia Eats - Carlina, I just recalled there is a Canadian that I know. He lives in Yogyakarta and was a master degree student of Indonesian literature at Gadjah Mada University. You might ask him for help in bahasa :)

Carlina - Oh, I have plenty of Indonesian friends to steal words from. I’ve been planning for a while to spend a few months in Jogja to go to one of the language schools, I’m just not really sure when.

Romulo Rejon - Great post! It was great to see pictures from Prambanan and Jogya after returning from there.
The last picture is absolutely fabulous!

Wayang Kulit | Yogjakarta

I’m in Thailand now, but in an effort to feel like I’m still working, I thought I should post another set from Java.

I’ve finally decided which of these shadow puppets I want: Baruna, God of the Sea.  If anyone would like to find me a nice and authentic one and send it to me, I would be forever grateful.

Also… I’m posting this from a hammock.

Magalie - He totally looks like my guy! I need to take him out of my closet and put him up somewhere…