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  • Photography, Travel

    A Hot Minute in Boston

    Jeremy and I went to Boston for Paz’s wedding but had an opportunity to check out some of the city sights and catch up with our old middle school – college friend…

  • Photography, Travel

    Amicalola Falls State Park

    This weekend we spent the entirety of Saturday in North Georgia. Between rainshowers we hiked up the incline and then the subsequent 500 steps. It was good to get some exercise as…

  • Photography, Travel

    Providence Canyon

    In the middle west of Georgia, just at the border of Alabama lies an unexpected geological feature. Canyons are rare in the southeast. Those that mimic the visual impact of a much…

  • Photography, Travel

    Sanibel and Fort Myers

    Jeremy and I spent a week in December in Sanibel Island and Fort Myers Beach.  Those two beaches are a Florida treasure. I’ve been to all sorts of beaches around Florida: Destin,…

  • Photography, Travel

    Short-billed Dowitcher

    There was a lot of magic experienced on the beach today but this small moment in the reflected sunset was one of the best.  The dowitchers would run in everytime a wave…

  • Photography, Travel

    Ocala

    It’s vacation time! On our way down to Sanibel Island, we stopped in Ocala. We wanted to go to Silver Springs State Park to get on a glass bottomed boat but because…

  • Photography, Travel

    Airborne

    One of my favorite things about travel is the takeoff and landing. There’s something magical about experiencing everyday landscapes from the air. It’s also a great time to practice some iphone shooting…

  • Life, Photography, Travel

    Blood Mountain

    Jeremy and I hiked Blood Mountain this past weekend! Our friend Jenny joined us and we made two new friends! I had never been camping overnight before so I was a little…

  • Travel

    Tennessee River

    Last Sunday, Jeremy and I took a day trip with our friends Val & Sam to Chattanooga. Towards the end of the day, we stopped on the Walnut Street pedestrian bridge and…

  • Travel

    Destination Known

    Jeremy and I have booked our trip to NYC! But we actually have two minitrips scheduled before we head to the big apple. Does anyone even call it the big apple anymore?…

  • Travel

    Forest Park

    Forest Park in St. Louis is one of the most picturesque parks I have ever seen. The size of Central Park in NYC, this city gem houses the museums, zoos and plenty…

  • Travel

    St. Louis Food

    [vc_row][vc_column width=”1/1″][vc_column_text]People in St. Louis know how to eat and eat well. Noticeably, they area very meat savvy lot. Wherever Jeremy, Henry and I ate, the meat was perfect. The quality of…

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    St. Louis

    St. Louis has a bad rap. When we were getting ready to leave, a few opinions surfaced about St. Louis being a subpar place to spend one’s anniversary week. People were incredulous…

  • Life, Travel

    Taking Off

    [vc_row][vc_column width=”1/2″][vc_single_image image=”24812″ img_link_target=”_self” img_size=”medium”][/vc_column][vc_column width=”1/2″][vc_single_image image=”24811″ img_link_target=”_self” img_size=”medium”][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Jeremy and I area headed for St.Louis this week. We plan on a week of relaxing city tours, some outdoorsy escapades and of course,…