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New Year, New(ish) Blog

I've been away for quite some time, which I apologize for! I just can't seem to keep up with this blog as I have my internship, take classes, and work on personal projects (including my first poetry collection!). I will be posting again beginning in the new year with many new things to come, which… Continue reading New Year, New(ish) Blog

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Travel Books That Will Have You Booking Your Next Trip ASAP

I still have lots to tell you about Charlotte's visit in May, including our time in Florida, as well as my own trip to Colorado shortly after. Keep a lookout for those posts coming in the next weeks! For now, I recently wrote an article for my internship with Study Breaks Magazine about some travel… Continue reading Travel Books That Will Have You Booking Your Next Trip ASAP

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Traveling Alone? Not My Thing

I hope you enjoyed Feature February last month! Who was your favorite photographer? Leave me a comment below! If you missed any, you can check them out here! I'd like to give a huge thanks to all the photographers for taking the time to answer my questions! Now, I've seen many articles about traveling solo and… Continue reading Traveling Alone? Not My Thing

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Ansel Adams: Who I Aim To Be

Last week, I posted Who I Currently Resemble As A Photographer: Robert Adams. Today  I'd like to talk about the photographer I aim to be like: Ansel Adams (no relation to Robert). His black and white landscape photography is phenomenal! Like Robert Adams, Ansel Adams focused on the American West, but he also captured so much… Continue reading Ansel Adams: Who I Aim To Be

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Who I Currently Resemble As A Photographer: Robert Adams

I recently took a college photography class, and one of the assignments was to look through a list of landscape photographers, and pick one who we thought we were similar to in terms of style and composition. I found photographer Robert Adams, who focused on the American West and its changing landscape. Many of his… Continue reading Who I Currently Resemble As A Photographer: Robert Adams