An place for my photographs, writings, thoughts, ideas and anything else I find interesting or worth while.
*Note: None of the pictures you see have been Photoshopped or edited in any way. They are presented exactly as they are taken. Also, feel free to view more photos and photo sets of mine on my Flickr account. The address can be found on my web page list or on my profile.
When I first stumbled into this room, thanks to my boyfriend/official tour guide, I was immediately taken with the quite, aging, room. A room so full of knowledge that it was practically overflowing. I loved the chandeliers in particular. This was taken in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
They were too irresistibly good to just eat. I had to savor the memory. When I ate these, not only was I so taken with the sensational flavor and consistency, but also the incredible lightness they possessed. However, when taken in by the camera, they possessed a magnificent towering quality that could only be captured by the camera lens.
These are a few of my drawings. The first is done in powdered charcoal, vine charcoal, and compressed charcoal. The second is done in powdered charcoal, and india ink. The third is done in graphite, compressed charcoal, vine charcoal, powdered charcoal, and pastel.
This was the most glorious tree forest that I stopped by on a road trip to Portland, Oregon. There were hundreds and hundreds of beautiful, tall, magnificent trees. Being there was simply serene.
My friend doing a wonderful job of showing the height of the trees.
My tiny daschund puppy, Macy, chasing my friend through the tree forest. I love the contrast in colors in this photo. I have it in black and white which is also lovely, but there is something to be said for the vibrancy of the colors.
I love taking pictures of food. For those of you who are not self-proclaimed "foodies", you might not understand. I love taking pictures that give a double sensory perception--sight and taste.
I took this picture on top of a building in Prague. I loved seeing all the condiments lit up like they were almost "holy".
No words are needed.
Home made bread and freshly made beef. The lighting was perfect to illuminate a perfect meal.
I just liked this shot.
This is the breakfast I woke up to one morning in Colonia, Uruguay. Martha Stewart Living, anyone?
It was definitely the breakfast of champions.
The colors were quite simply Eggcellent.
One of my favorite photos. I love being able to see the freshness of the meat and the vivid, blood, red color. It also has amazing texture, so much so that I almost want to keep staring at it, though I know most people would find that odd...
I took this while I was playing with my mom's new digital camera. It's not excellent quality but I thought it was a cool picture anyway.
I love this photo for several reasons. It is of me and my best friend in Wash Park a couple summers ago. Looking at the picture simply makes me happy. To me it is airy and light and exudes a wistful quality. It is also completely natural.
These pictures I took while bored one evening. For some reason, even though the lighting is off and the photos are grainy and out of focus, these pictures really spoke to me.