What makes the food good? Is it a blend of spices and herbs? Is it the way it is cooked or presented? Is it due to the taste buds in our mouth? Perhaps, it is all three! At the end of the day, we need food to survive and life is too short to eat crappy food. The two food pictures from different restaurants featured below tell two different stories. The first pictures features the Margherita pizza. The pizza not only has great presentation, but it is as delicious as it looks. The pizza had one of the best crusts I have ever tasted. It was light and fluffy. The only thing that I didn’t like was that the tomatoes were a bit big and when you took a bite, you ended up taking the entire tomato slice with you. The second pictures contains shrimp in bag, water in a plastic cup with a straw, and coke in a can as well as plastic gloves, with brown paper on the table. What is wrong with that picture? For starters, the food isn’t on a plate, and the drinks aren’t in glasses. Makes it seem that the restaurant is either too lazy to do dishes or just wants to put more plastic in the landfill. It is a nice looking seafood restaurant with beautiful antique looking lights that just recently opened up in the neighborhood. The only good thing is that the shrimp was flavorful due to the sauce being mixed up in the bag with the shrimp. At the end of the day, the way food is presented is one of the key reasons for a restaurants success. Also, the food has to taste great for people to ignore the fact that the presentation is poor.
The Starbucks Unicorn drink is magically delicious! It tastes a bit like creamy mango with a tangy/sour taste. It is not that sour for myself, but some might find it so. It is like taking a sour candy and sucking all the sugar off it. The only problem is that it’s not available all summer. This is the perfect summer, Instagram-able drink! Something to take to the beach, or a stroll along the park and or floating around on a unicorn floatie in the pool. It’s all unicorns and rainbows here!
Moments pass really quickly, too quickly in fact! Memories fade away eventually! Time slows down or speeds up when you least expect it. So best to cherish those memories while they last and capture those moments before they go. Photography is one of those great inventions of time that allows you to capture those memories, and when those moments fade you have a picture to look to gain back those cherished memories. Live life to the fullest and cherish even the insignificant moments because they can have a bigger impact on your life later on. Life shouldn’t have a strict structure, but room to grow or change. It is alright if you don’t have any goals in life, just live life doing what you love to do. Collect the happiest moments in life!