36 Hours in Historical St. Augustine, Part Two

There are a lot of pros and cons to being spontaneous. The great majority of the time, being spontaneous is fantastic; you end up seeing and doing things you wouldn't have otherwise and usually have a more authentic experience wherever you are. I love asking locals where to go or eat and it is liberating … Continue reading 36 Hours in Historical St. Augustine, Part Two

36 Hours in Historical St. Augustine, Part One

Long distance friendships are hard and for some, they're not even possible. I've never been very good at long distance anything. But, when Ashley and I met almost three years ago and became fast friends, it also became impossible to imagine us not staying friends for the rest of our lives.Β Change happens though and less … Continue reading 36 Hours in Historical St. Augustine, Part One

Penobscot Territory

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

Rainy Day My Dearie

  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

Where the Mountains Meet the Sea

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