Before I even begin, let me clarify: There’s not enough money on this planet to convince me to ride a barrel over Niagara Falls. Nope. Even without a barrel, though, I managed to have a fantastic time at the Falls. I’m sure you’re skeptical, but don’t fear – there’s plenty of non-barrel sightseeing to enjoy at Niagara Falls. Continue reading
I have a not-so-secret travel obsession: whenever I’m in a new city, I love to seek out a birds-eye view of my surroundings. One can learn so much about a city just by looking at it from above. Where did the city start? Where did it expand? Where is its current heart? Continue reading
There’s a major downside to travelling alone that’s not often talked about: what do you do when you’re in front of landmark but have no one to take your picture? Continue reading
I don’t know when my obsession with Paris began. It most likely started with my childhood love for Madeline, that little redheaded French troublemaker with her own series of books and videos, but I simply just don’t remember a time when I wasn’t preoccupied with Paris. Continue reading
The Cape’s stunning Atlantic coastline always gets all of the photographic love – and with good reason. The untouched, undeveloped beaches may be pristine and beautiful, but so are the many lakes that dot the region. Continue reading
If I suggested you visit the Bastille while in Paris, what would come to mind? A large, abandoned prison that has since fallen into disrepair? A site of proletariat pride and nationalistic importance? Well, that’s what I was expecting to see. Continue reading
1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, Washington, D.C.
Is there a more iconic address in the entire U.S.? Personally, I’d be hard-pressed to name one. The White House is the symbol of Washington, D.C. and is one of the most-Instagrammed spots in the United States. Continue reading
Yes, you read the title of this gallery correctly! When I started cataloging my photographs for this blog, I realized that, throughout our various travels, Kevin and I seem to have a penchant for posing with sculptures of varying degrees of strangeness. I have a feeling that sculpture shots are going to pop up much more frequently in our travel photos from now on…
Here’s a puzzle for you: what does one do in a ski town if one cannot ski?
I’ve taken multiple surf lessons, I love to hike, and I’ll jump into any lake or ocean without a second thought, but winter sports? Not exactly my scene. What can I say? I’m a summer girl. Continue reading