White Wall Wednesday: Episode 10

White Wall Wednesday: Episode 10

Dearest, amazing Passion family! I’m in Peru! Hence my late update. Being in Peru is actually not a reason in the least for being late with my WWW post. What my excuse really is….is that I’ve been running around with my love, eating the best darn vegan food ever and tasting fruits in the local market. A day to remember to be certain. But here I am, typing to you with the fullest heart.

I am so glad that you’re here to watch this new White Wall Wednesday video. I put a lot into this one, definitely an in depth editing theory video for you! You asked to see the half underwater photo, so that is what this video is about! Please be sure to leave any comments/questions below – I am so happy to cater these videos to what YOU want to see. Life is about SHARING, not keeping secrets. Am I right, or am I right?! So let’s share.

11 thoughts on “White Wall Wednesday: Episode 10

  1. IΒ΄m happy to hear your voice this week, and grateful to see how you make magic and share your passion with us.
    Now that you are in Peru there is a lot of new food flavors that you are tasting right, I am from Bolivia next to Peru and maybe there is a kind of juice that there is in Peru too, its called “quinua con manzana” if you find it I recommend to taste it, I donΒ΄t know if they prepares the same way that I use to drink it in Bolivia but I thing is delicious too.
    Enjoy your travel with your love, and keep safe.
    Que tengas un muy feliz y divertido viaje!
    Te queremos mucho.

    1. my locale town only has around 190 people in it, and a very nice lady that works at the bank is from Bolivia! πŸ™‚
      I have had quinoa, and it is easy to find in the USA. But I didn’t know they make a drink out of it, I will have to look into it.

      1. its nice to know there are nice people of Bolivia living there, The recipe that I know is very simple, but maybe you like it.
        first 1 cup of quinoa but the quinoa should be soaked in water one night and after that wash it with water 2 times.
        boiling the quinoa in 2 liters of water during 30 minutes,and the add cinnamon and clove, after that add 2 or 3 grated apples and sugar, let cook about 15 minutes and ready to drink it.
        you can add to your glass a litle of evaporated milk if you want too. but I preffer without the milk. matter of tastes :-D.

        1. The soaking and cooking process sounds the same as making soymilk, which we already do. Next time I go to the store I am getting the stuff to make it, thanks for the recipe! πŸ™‚

  2. YES!!!!
    (I believe that is the proper response the “am I right” question) πŸ˜‰

    My sister and her family were just in peru a few days ago, but only 10-12 hours waiting for their plane to Argentina. I said they should have stayed in Peru. I have always thought it would be a great place to see, now I want to go even more knowing that there is great vegan food there! πŸ™‚
    I gotta get to work, I will watch your video later. πŸ™‚

  3. I just got the chance to watch your video before heading to work, and I think I am going to call in sick so I can stay home and make cute little bubbles! LOL That is so easy, but I would have never thought of doing that. I have been watching Bob Ross (the PBS painter) lately, so the first thing I thought was “Happy little bubbles”. LOL
    This video was really outstanding, you covered every aspect perfectly.
    Thank you! πŸ™‚

  4. Thank you so much, Brooke, this is amazing. You’re really “Promoting Passion” on my creations and on me!
    How often do you create new photos? That’s one of my battles, being constant…
    Best regards

  5. What a treat to watch this image come together! I especially loved the making of a bubble – it really is simpler than I would have imagined. Thank you for sharing your passion for creating and for teaching your concepts with such generosity.

  6. Dear Brooke,
    Thank you for this amazing series. I had started watching when you first posted, then life got in the way. Just had a chance to “binge watch” today.
    Your creativity is so inspiring, and sharing your knowledge is just such a gift.
    Thank you again; I hope life is treating you well.
    Peace, Judi xo

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