Welcome to the Big Apple! The city where they don’t sleep! The city of lights! The center of the world! Surprisingly, it’s only 9 hours north of me, yet I’ve never been. During the Thanksgiving Break, my girls all conjoined in DC to visit and spend time together, but from there we spontaneously decided to
Welcome to Boudry, Neuchâtel, Switzerland! The home of my grandparents! How cuter of a place could they have chose 20+ years ago! My first day however, my Snapchat kept showing Boudry, and not Neuchâtel. I was confused that I’d been lied to this whole time, til I pulled up trusty Wikipedia, and learned, Boudry is
Welcome to South Tyrol! Trentino-Alto Adige/Südtirol, or what I refer to here as generally South Tyrol (we mostly stayed in Bolzano) is the region in North Italy where the Italian Alps form. Before this trip, I didn’t know there was an Italian side to the Alps (I’m too loyal to the Swiss Alps), but hey,
Welcome to Milan, Italy! Milan is overlooked by Venice and Rome, fair enough, but this chaotic beautiful city is not one to miss. Being the second largest city in Italy, but with the largest skyscrapers in Italy, you’ll walk through this town in awe noticing not only the architecture being so authentic and beautiful,
Welcome to Eibergen Eibergen is a small quaint Dutch town on the eastern region of the Netherlands, practically kissing Germany. The only reason I came across this town is due to the fact that my family randomly lives here (shout out to my family tree all over the world), and I was attending a wedding.
Shooting in film in Atlanta has to be one of the coolest things ever. I took my Pentax K-1000 with me and despite getting extremely newbie results, I think they game out sooooo dreamy. Do you shoot in film? Do you use it for travel at all?