It’s always intimidating to photograph an iconic building–it feels like every angle and perspective has already been done. The Sydney Opera House is no exception, but its measured shapes and patterns beg to be photographed at different angles and vantage points…even the one million Swedish ceramic tiles take on different hues throughout the day and […]
Monthly Archives: November 2013
On a recent trip to Bali, I was enamored with the rice fields. They were even more beautiful by night under the glow of soft candlelight reflecting on water. Stay tuned for more on the hypnotic beauty of Bali, but for now here’s a favorite. Happy Friday!
“I want to go home” “You are home. This is our apartment. We live here now.” “No. I want to go home. Home to New York City!” This conversation happens at least twice a day in our house, and has been going on for 13 weeks now. It is usually followed by tears and then […]
Here’s a look at what’s on my nightstand these days. Can you sense a theme? When I first imagined our four months here in Australia, I had some lofty goals. I was going to: travel (anywhere and everywhere that our schedule and wallet allowed) spend lots of quality time with my daughter and husband redo […]
I love art. I love the ocean. Now put them together on a rocky coastal bluff and you create a fabulous place to contemplate creativity. I spent many years studying art and working in museums, where wall color, exhibition design, and frame arrangement can enhance an artwork. But some art thrives beyond the confines of […]