Nomad | Aug. '15
Bahamas → Florida
Nomad | July '15
Florida → Bahamas
Henry Flagler's Whitehall
Palm Beach, FL
I was recently incredibly inspired by Henry Flagler's wedding gift to his former wife Mary Lily Kenan Flagler, a 75-room, 100,000 square foot Gilded Mansion. So much history that sits just down the street from where I live. Every room was swarming with color and detail. Such an elaborate property with no corner overlooked.
Hot Chocolate | Sparklers & Rooftops
This was a father\daughter trip about two weeks ago, filled with local beers, old Indian ruins and a vacant ski mountain. Needless to say it was an unforgettable trip with my dad, and reminded me how cool he really is.
This first set of photos was taken with a disposable camera, for the simple fact that it fit in the pocket of my ski jacket.
Elbow Cay, Bahamas
Spring Break '14
This Spring Break was one for the books.Five days spent with the best of friends with nothing to stress about, but which bikini to wear that day. I couldn't think of a better way to spend our last Spring Break. Love you girls, cant wait to see where we end up next. Cheers to Ellie Strube for sharing her slice of paradise. Words don't express the beauty that home holds, but maybe some of these photos do...
March is a month of travel.
Over the next three weeks, I will be touching upon parts of the North, East and West...while stepping outside the boundaries of the states for a minute.
Starting with the striking city of Manhattan, then moving to the warm salty islands of the Bahamas and ending in fresh powder on the mountains of Colorado.
Only one word fits with the grin on my face, and that word is thankful.
I am thankful for my family & friends that I get to spend these adventures with, and the memories that are made as we immerse ourselves in travel.Lots of photographs will be taken this month and there is only one thing that I can think of that is better than taking them, and that is sharing them.
These photos below start my March photo diary.
First stop...New York City.
Disposable cameras are always a good idea...
Guana River State Park
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Instead of posting my everyday miscellaneous photos here, I have decided to continue my 365 project on a different outlet.
This is the link to my 365 page, where I will continue to to upload photos everyday. As for this blog, I will continue to post photos a little more relevant, like these...
A few snapshots taken downtown today at the MOCA: