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  1. I just checked out your, “Beiruit, Pt. 2,” and the women are simply beautiful. There’s beauty coming from within and without — not something often seen in big cities here in the States.

  2. I duly agree with the phone shot! And that Tokidoki sepia street scene sucks right into it to make you feel like one’s already there. I could say more but it would be redundant as the pic says it all. Thank you for this… JJ

  3. Hi jaqueline!
    My name is Bilal Baadarani and I really would like to have a conversation about something that was having my attention lately, about this french artist called TANC, I saw a few information you’ve post it on him and I am really interested to know more if possible!
    Sincerely yours !

    1. Hi Bilal,
      Unfortunately, I don’t know enough about him. I’ve just documented a lot of his stuff in Beirut. I hope to return to Beirut in December and will ask around about him, as I will be meeting up with some art-types…

  4. Thanks for liking my post! I had just made this blog today and I’m really new here so when I saw a like on my post I was like” Yay I’m not talking to myself! And I was curious to what you were posting, so I checked out your blog and I think that your photos are really interesting! Today, you gain a new follower!

  5. Thank you for “Liking” the post, “My Life In A Hole”. Streets Of Our World, on my photography blog http://www.throughharoldslens.com. On behalf of the Through Harold’s Lens Creative Team, my trusty sidekick Mr. SLR Nikon, his brother Mr. Pen Pal and myself, we truly appreciate your enjoyment. We hope you continue to join us on our journeys.  

    Best Regards,

  6. Very appealing photos. I loved especially Zanzibar and Istanbul –have spent a lot of time in both places and eager to return! And the story about the Israeli customs/security was interesting too.

  7. Hi Tokidoki, I saw your twitter message. At the moment, I am not using twitter very actively, just my blog postings will appear there as links, so if you follow you will know early that I have posted something. But I don’t own a smart phone, and I am not planning to buy one. Actually I don’t really know what smartphones are good for. 🙂 So I don’t really have a device for twitter, and on my computer, I prefer to write longer things.I must confess I don’t really understand twitter. 🙂

  8. Hi!

    A really cool blog you have here! Some amazing shots from your travels. I love your style! I’ve always wanted to go to Japan. It looks remarkable. Such an interesting place to visit!

    Thank you ever so much for following. 🙂

    Thanks again!


  9. Hi there Jacqueline,
    Thank you for taking the time to stop by and check out my little corner of the blogosphere and the follow, your support is greatly appreciated. Looking forward to seeing more from you, nice to see you tweeting too

    Have a great Day, 🙂


  10. From what I see, your blog is very elegant – not a lot of yammering. As they say, the pictures say it all. Do you live in Japan? What city?
    By the way, do you ever come close to using up your storage space limit on WordPress with all these pictures?

  11. Looks like you really have a fondness for Japan 🙂 I’ve done some traveling there and love it. I’m guessing you’re living in Japan now? Just out of curiosity, what do you do there? Really enjoying all the photos, words, keep it up!

    1. Hey Evan! I’m actually a global traveler, rarely in one place for more than a month or so..this gig just happens to have extended until December. I am an international teacher trainer and also a freelance photographer with books out on street art from around the world. Yes, I am enjoying Japan at the moment, however, my passion runs deep for every single place I live in. There’s is depth and beauty EVERYWHERE. Have a great weekend! – Jackie 🙂

      1. Wow! Very cool. That’s amazing you’ve been able to fund a lifestyle that lets you explore in that way. I can understand how you can help support yourself with the photography. I’m just a beginner photographer, so your work is very inspiring. Lot to learn! I also would love to seem more of the world, but very happily living in Korea for now 🙂 You too, enjoy the weekend! Eat some good japanese food for me 🙂

      2. Also, does that mean you’ve also taught internationally as well? I taught english very briefly here in Seoul but had a really tough experience for my first time so transitioned my focus for the time being on my language learning. Nonetheless, aspects of teaching I really enjoy.

  12. Hi – Janaline sent me your link and I love your street art photos! You need to visit Melbourne sometime. We’ve got some good street art which I am sure you’ll enjoy.

    1. Hi! I know! I need to get to Melbourne at some point – incredible street art. Thanks for checking my blog out and I’m following yours now, as well. Janaline is a really good friend of mine – we worked in VietNam together. 😉

      1. Cool, thanks! Its amazing how creative they can be. I really admire some of the work they put up. I might put some up on my blog at later time (now that I know you appreciate them!)

  13. Great pictures! I can´t beleive you where in Bogota, is my born city. Thankyou for the add! hope to see you in our proyect you have a lot of talent! Grettings from Spain! Melisa

  14. A tanka for Tokidoki

    Restlessly going
    From one place to another
    Where will finally
    Be your bench, be your garden,
    Be your house to come home to?

  15. Hey there. Thanks a bunch for visiting and fooling my blog. Much appreciated my friend.
    I shall be back to read more of yours soon
    Take care

  16. Love your work. Making a journey myself, I traveled Asia for 5+ months and will be walking the Camino de Santiago from Pamplona in may then wherever my journey takes me. Any advice would be helpful.

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