An older memory but one that I think of fondly.
Eugene, Oregon, 2014.
We were taking advantage of the cool summer evenings with a summertime outdoor paint project. Pictured: my dear friend, roommate and travel buddy- she managed to turn herself into a canvas along the way.
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Tbilisi at Dawn, December 2016.
Taken during a 36-hour trip to Tbilisi, Georgia. My short time frame forced me into walking the city at dawn.
I’m looking forward to returning in a few weeks. I have been given a second chance to explore and experience this beautiful place.
Wandering around town and… I found my design counterpart. Continue reading “Around Town: So much to love”
Walking by this Dupont Circle row house, I felt eyes on me. I did a double take at the statue on the balcony, thinking it was a person and not a Greek statue. Continue reading “Around Town: 1825”
We made history [“HERstory”]. I joined 590,000 others on Saturday for the Women’s March on Washington in Washington, DC. We were joined by 600 protests in sister cities, including 3.3 million marchers in U.S. cities. To this amazing Wordpress community: did you march? If so, where? I would love to hear about it. Continue reading “We Made History”
There are rows of narrow cobblestone streets that sit on the hill at Ankara Kalesi. Once homes, the structures have been transformed into storefronts and cafes, each with its own flare. We entered a cafe, climbed a narrow staircase,
Continue reading “Tea over Turkey”
‘My name is “Mutlu” – it means happy in Turkish,’ my driver said to me, after presenting me with a gift. I had spent less than 60 minutes with him across two different days- Continue reading ““Mutlu- it means happy in Turkish””
Georgetown in Fall. Before the 20+ mph winds stripped the trees of their fall leaves.
Continue reading “Around Town: Sunday Stroll through Georgetown”
The majority of my photography is location-specific and travel-focused. Travel is synonymous with photography for me. But there are also days, like today, that are for appreciating the “normal” occurrences, like beautiful sunflowers and a kitchen that floods with natural afternoon light.
Continue reading “Lazy Sunday, feat. Sunflowers”