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The First Summer Destination: NYC

In the vein of “doing” more than “thinking” more, I thought no more than a millisecond to decide on grabbing my 15 year old son to drive East, as our first post-Covid, fully vaccinated trip. Our destinations: New York City and the beach. And staying at my mom’s in New Jersey

Flower Power

The best way to deal with the winter blues? Go to a greenhouse! And my city has the best greenhouse: Franklin Park Conservatory. I spent the afternoon off the other day to feel some warm air and to get back to some creativity. Here are some of the photographs I

A Technicolor World

The show is almost done for the season, but the Ohio trees have given a stunning performance to end the year. I was pretty busy the last couple months and wasn’t able to get out too much, but recently I’ve been able to sneak out a couple times to work

My Beloved Summer of New and Strange Adventures

As I recap the summer I’m bringing up an old poem of mine, one that is even more appropriate today as it was when I wrote it 2 years ago. The words, “My beloved Summer full of new and strange adventures” bring all kinds of new meanings now. This last

The Animals of Utah and Arizona

A couple weeks ago I ended a “bucket list” trip with my husband, Eric. There were no kids, just us, and the open road to see mountains, red painted cliffs, sagebrush for miles and the driest heat I’ve felt in years. First we went to California for his mother’s 80’s

Deer Haven Park

Winter is for the birds All photographs shot with Canon Rebel xsi / Canon EF-S 55-250mm 1:4-5.6

Frost and Fog

The day after Christmas, Central Ohio woke up with amazing and unusual weather that I call: “Frog” (technically I think it’s called Hoar Frost, but Frog sounds cuter to me). It was like Mother Nature gave all photographers her holiday gift one day late. All photographs shot on Canon Rebel

Needles Highway and the rest of 2018

So it’s obvious to see that after my last post about the Badlands in September, my website was really neglected for the rest of the year. And that’s probably because of several things: School Cross Country Season Birthday celebrations Burn out The annual time of the year that I start

Interstate 90

It took two days to get us to a landscape we had never seen before. And the long drive was completely worth it. It has taken a long time to go through all the thousands of pictures I took on our trip to South Dakota and I’ll start with the

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