During 4th of July weekend, my family went strawberry picking at Bartlett’s Farm, and I had fun getting at eye level with the ground and playing with perspective and focus. More images to come, but this is one of my favorites. In case you need any ideas for what to serve on this Frosty Friday, […]
Category Archives: Travel
I just returned from a vacation to a place I hold dear…Nantucket. It was foggy. And then it was foggy some more. Then it was so foggy that they canceled the Fourth of July fireworks. But fog can be romantic, right? And they’ll always be fireworks next year. We did eventually get two glorious days […]
Happy 4th from foggy Nantucket. Here’s a shot from last year…what a difference a year makes! I’m so grateful for the freedom that we experience every day and even more thankful to the heroes who sacrifice everything to make that possible.
You may remember how much I love photographing pathways and roads. The time has arrived when many of us hit the road (or in my case, wait for a delayed flight out of JFK this morning) to celebrate the tastes and sights of summer–beautiful vistas, gooey s’mores, shimmery beaches, and the flash of fireflies. I […]
Heading south today for Fine Art Friday…to Colonia del Sacramento, just across the Rio de la Plata from Buenos Aires, Argentina. This historic 17th century town is a dreamy day trip for someone who loves old buildings (that’s me!). Filled with texture, charm, and wild bougainvilla at every corner, my camera worked overtime during this […]