Archive for the ‘Travel’ Category
David and I went to Cuba to celebrate our 11th anniversary. It’d been far too long since we’d traveled on a non-work and non-family trip. These are just my personal photos from our wanderings in Havana, Trinidad and Cienfuegos.
The Central Coast + David’s Birthday
We went exploring and camping for five days all along the California Central Coast for David’s birthday. It’s a truly beautiful area.
Lindsey + Joshua Tree + Palm Springs + Malibu
My best friend since I was in elementary school came from Charleston to explore Southern California with me. We laughed until we cried next to our camp fire in Joshua Tree, explored gardens in Palm Springs and lay in the sand in Malibu, and naturally I made her pose in the pretty light a couple […]
Travel: California Central Coast for The San Francisco Chronicle, Part II
This is the second blog post of images I shot while working on a travel story on the California Central Coast for The San Francisco Chronicle.
Travel: California Central Coast for The San Francisco Chronicle, Part I
I had the utmost pleasure exploring the California Central Coast for a handful of days for The San Francisco Chronicle.
Snapshots From Greece
I shot 223 photos on a little point and shoot film camera in Greece. (I also shot a handful of iPhone photos, and two dozen digital slr photos, before I packed that camera away).
Sequoia National Park and the Importance of Feeling Small
You get wrapped up in all the tiny dramas of life and then you stand under a 2,500-year-old 200 foot sequoia tree and are reminded that you are just a beautiful microscopic blip in the grand scheme of things. You head home three days later knowing there are far more stars than you’d ever seen […]
Grand Canyon | Joshua Tree | Malibu
It’s good to be reminded of how minuscule we are in this grand world. To set everything aside and to just ogle at light and land. I’ve now lived on the other side of the USA (on the West Coast, after spending my entire life in the South) for 7 months and it’s been so […]
The Coast (continued)
“She had known happiness, exquisite happiness, intense happiness, and it silvered the rough waves a little more brightly, as daylight faded, and the blue went out of the sea and it rolled in waves of pure lemon which curved and swelled and broke upon the beach and the ecstasy burst in her eyes and waves […]