Author Archives: Nicole C. Wong

About Nicole C. Wong

Life explorer. Multimedia storyteller. Experience architect. Everything enthusiast. Omnivore epicure. Lindy-hop lover. Living by grace through faith.

Photography tip: Go outside right after it rains

A snail trying not to get stepped on in Sunnyvale, a photo by nicolecwong on Flickr. Many of my favorite photos take advantage of images that surface after storms. I love snapping pictures of watery reflections — like upside-down skyscrapers … Continue reading

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Surprise at dusk: Someone surfs, undaunted by darkness

Hooray for later sunsets and less traffic! I arrived home yesterday in time to squeeze in a 5-mile walk to and from my favorite thinking spot. It’s my very own inspiration point, actually — where the previous blog post dawned … Continue reading

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When life’s waves crash down, do you sink, swim, or surf?

At some point in each person’s life, the waves come crashing down. It’s easy to get deluged. To feel like you’re going to drown. You can sink. Or swim. Or surf. Surf? Yes. If you have the right attitude, you … Continue reading

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