Entries in travel (44)


Rockport, MA

My favorite part about living in the city is that we can drive to a different town and beach at any moment because it's close enough to not feel like too many hours in the car, but far enough to feel like we've gotten away for a day.

The little seaside towns and shops are definitely my favorite part of exploring. I especially prefer when it's off-season because it's less crowded and the atmosphere is not as chaotic. Also, the weather is moody.

This time it was ROCKPORT, Massachusetts. And it was for Wicked Peacock, "lobstah" rolls from Roy Moore and trying to catch a glimpse of the twin lighthouses on Thatcher Island.

Other adventures:

Cape Ann for Whale Watching  |  MLK Weekend in Provincetown, MA  | Provincetown: Fudge Factory 

Provinctown: Fanizzi's

Above: Index finger, midi-ring from Wicked Peacock (Thanks Silvana!)


India: Delhi: Red Fort

Here's a Throwback Thursday to the time when we visited the famed Red Fort in Delhi, at the perfect time of the day: magic hour....aka sunset and just imaging the Mughal emperors of India living here...

Here I am capturing the shot below for Instagram:



Savannah: Wormsloe Plantation

Definitely at the top of my list of places to visit in Savannah was the Wormsloe Plantation. That visual of the famous Forrest Gump road lined with live oak trees and hanging Spanish moss was forever emprinted on my mind and on a drizzly morning it looked exactly how I imagined....

The drive (I wanted to walk) down the live oak road is about 1.5 miles, with nothing but Spanish moss above and gravel beneath and it's completely magicial.

Once at the end of the road, there's a small museum with artifacts that were unearthed at the plantation. Then it's a short walk to the tabby (material used to build the structure) ruins...There are a few nature trails and look-out points along the way, as well as a pile of "tabby" material, now worn down to the ground.

To imagine the plantation the way it once must have been...


Savannah: Tybee Island

Tybee Island, Savannah Georgia, 2013

All photographs processed with VSCO Film 4


Kancamagus Highway + North Conway

Autumn is a second spring when every leaf is a flower.
- Albert Camus

The Kancamagus Highway and North Conway as photographed in the Autumn of 2013.