Fall in New England is officially here. And I’m finally OK with summer’s end.
I spent my spring break on two camping trips–I began in southern Arizona, surrounded by more than 5,000 saguaro cacti, and then flew to Savannah, Georgia to meet my mum and sister to camp along the eastern seacoast all the way home. It was a blast; the weather in Arizona was delicious, and I managed…
The last vestiges of fall before we head into winter. Pennies, sweaters, and mums, naturally.
I’m teaching the blogging portion of a photography class at my school this fall, and got to shoot my doggie cookies on this awesome 2d photo contraption as part of the blog demo day. So cool. I want one.
fall in new england.
It’s a beautiful thing, isn’t it? The color is out of this world. Here’s what a tree in my yard produced this past weekend.
Showing some kids at school how to shoot for blogging. We played with fancy cameras and iphones and this simple iphone shot was my favorite of the day.
This summer, I spent two weeks in the southwest, where my guy lives. Naturally, facing oppressive temperatures in Phoenix during the month of June, instead of simply sweating it all out in lethargy, we opted to chase cooler climes on a series of camping trips across Northern Arizona. Camping, after all, is how we first…
Found in work, tested out in the art wing. Everyone loves an old, rusty, beat up cycle.
beach fish shacks, 5.7
Fish shacks along the beach in New Hampshire. I wish I lived in one of these. They just feel romantic.
vintage bug, 5.7
Spied cruising along Rye Beach in New Hampshire. Killing it, in this ride.
coffee, water, water, coffee.
Shot of some cactus, from my last trip to Phoenix, in March. Aren’t they gorg?