As a half confused, half distracted, hopeful journalist (wow lots of adjectives) I can't be expected to know all the details. Ok, so maybe I should know at least most of the details, but... that's not going to happen today. So, if you see a bunch of "I don't know why" or "I don't remember" … Continue reading Textiles – Photo Essay
Journal entry April 15th, 2017 Our first day in Barbados has not gone exactly as I had planned. In my mind, we would get off the plane, get into our rental car, take the 15 minute drive to our condo, and hit the beach before 4 p.m. So why exactly are we just now arriving … Continue reading Flat Tires and Reading Maps
Journal Entry from April 14th, 2017 I am a genius. I have successfully convinced my father, a man who hates to travel, to actually leave the country on purpose. Each year for as long as I can remember we have taken two vacations, once in the spring to go relaxing in Florida and once in … Continue reading Forcing my Family to travel the World
Hello my lovely, loyal followers! First off, I want to say I'm sorry for the radio silence. I started this blog when I was 18 and, even though I don't regret how I ran my site before, I realize that I have outgrown my previous posts. I have also learned so much about, writing, editing, … Continue reading A New Start
Something shocking has happened... It has snowed two days in one week in Memphis Tennessee. When I say that this never happens, it never happens. I believe the last time I've seen this much snow, I must have been around ten years old. I felt no greater honor than to brave the cold once again with … Continue reading A Surprise of Blue
Hello everyone! I went out of town last weekend and I haven't had much time to work on the photos I took while I was there, so I apologize for my short hiatus. Here's a few I was able to process on the drive home. It was nice getting a chance to try something different … Continue reading Running Water
I took up photography in the beginning of April of this year. Which means that I had (and still have) a lot to learn. A LOT. So I got my camera and I went exploring, or at least I tried. After a month or two I was certain I had run out of things to … Continue reading Adventures you can take with your Camera in your area
During our day in Dresden, as we walked around the old town admiring the architecture, this red bike caught my eye. It was leaning against one of the oldest buildings in the area. I felt it was nice to see the contrast of old and new in such a still setting.
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