October 18, 2011

New York City

Recently, I went to New York City with the Visual Arts Department at the University of Dayton. It is their annual trip to NYC to shop, museum hop, and to get away. It was only my 2nd time in the city and I fell in love once again. Although busy and crowded, I could hear the streets (and shops, literally) calling my name...We did the typical site seeing (Brooklyn Bride, Ground Zero, Central Park), museum hopping (the MET & the MOMA to name a few), hit the numerous shops the city has to offer. We ate lunch at the Chelsea Market, made our way to the Comic Strip, took a walk through SoHo, and ventured down to Canal Street & Little Italy. Here are few pictures from the trip.

Skyline from the roof of the MET
Just some shopping on Fifth Avenue
Tribute to Steve Jobs
Central Park
               

August 16, 2011

Stumble Upon Addiction

The most adorable little victorian cottage ever. Sandra Foster turned a Catskills hunting cabin into the romantic Victorian cottage she had always wanted, using vintage columns, flooring and wavy glass windows, and doing the carpentry herself. This cottage is only accessible via a stone crossing over a stream.


Tiny Victorian Cottage [via The New York Times "Home&Garden"]

Information from: http://sharonadesign.com/tiny-victorian-cottage/

August 11, 2011

Kate Spade and her Old Fashioned Cars

                                         http://www.youtube.com/watch?NR=1&v=LHQXFBhwHO8

                                            Magazine collage of my favorite Kate Spade pictures

August 3, 2011

A Little Beauty for Thought...

I just had the pleasure of visiting the Kate Spade outlet in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware. It was amazing. Here is a little beauty for thought..Kate Spade advertisements.




Cinnamon Roll Pancakes? yes, please.

December 22, 2010

Leaves

Recently I have become very interested in photographing leaves. I initially started this project through my color photography class and decided to continue it. I think it is important to notice the beauty that each leave holds and to consider its important meaning to our world.