Food has become full of “trends”! Almost every restaurant now offers options for gluten-free, vegetarian, vegan, you name it. But these distinctions aren’t just a trend and there are some very real health benefits to going back to the basics and eating clean. In a past post, I’ve talked about the importance of what… Continue reading Gluten-free, vegan, what?
Well this is it, the final piece of the Acadia trip on the blog. I shared details from this trip for many different reasons. Of course one of those reasons was to share some of my photos from the week. However, more than anything this trip was inspiring to me and I hope what’s been… Continue reading Penobscot Territory
The past few weeks have been quite a whirlwind! I started a new job, still keeping hours with my old one, and was preparing for my participation in a musical. I’m now working full time as a real estate photographer, which makes me very excited. This time last year, I never would have imagined… Continue reading Rainy Day My Dearie
As I sat down to write this post, I started looking up poems about the mountains meeting the sea. I thought surely there must be a simple little poem that captures it. But I didn’t. So, for the first time in several years, I decided to write my own. Where the Mountains Meet the Sea… Continue reading Where the Mountains Meet the Sea
Day four was one of my favorite days of the trip. We experienced a little remaining taste of winter walking around Jordan Pond; the breeze was blowing and the fog was rolling along the tops of the mountains. Along the shore path, the lake was crystal clear and we discovered little buds of spring beginning to… Continue reading The Bubbles
When we arrived in Bar Harbor I immediately gave a sigh of relief. No more city, no more stress, no more travel, we were really on a break from everything. It had finally set in. Five years ago my family came up to Bar Harbor together for the first time. We did a lot of “tourist”… Continue reading Look for the Blue
Isn’t it amazing that we can get on a plane and within just hours arrive somewhere on the opposite side of the country? Even the world? Going from Tampa, Florida to Portland, Maine might as well have been the opposite side of the world. Stepping off the plane, it was grey and misty and at… Continue reading South to North