Margaret River is a fantastical mix of rugged coastline, magical trees, winding roads, and gorgeous vineyards and breweries. In American terms, it is a heaping of Sonoma, a dash of Big Sur, a touch of Pacific Northwest, and a good measure of Vermont. I’m forever trying to compare places here to landscapes that I know […]
Monthly Archives: October 2013
It’s no secret that I love stripes. And there is nothing better than nature’s stripes of sky, sand, and ocean. Happy Friday!
Ok, so I didn’t manage a drink with Prince Wales, but he was in town all weekend to celebrate the International Naval Fleet Review, and must have raised his glass just across the water from us on Saturday. This past week, the Sydney Harbour (that’s Australian for harbor) has been filled with 40 warships–two of […]
There is nothing better than being at the beach in the hour before sunset. It’s only more perfect if you are on one of the world’s most stunning beaches and it happens to be low tide. Undulating patterns in the sand + golden light = gorgeous. Happy Friday! What is your favorite place to watch the […]
We headed downtown last week to check out the Sydney Moderns: Art for a New World exhibition at The Art Gallery of New South Wales. The art historian in me loves to see a new city through the lens of their museums and local artwork. In this case, it was fabulous to see a curated […]