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5 Tips for Photographing Fall Foliage

5 Tips for Photographing Fall Foliage

As the cooler fall weather settles in, and the leaves turn brilliant shades of red, orange, yellow, and purple, it’s a common sight in New England to see cars slowly winding their way along back roads as the passengers admire the beautiful fall foliage. Everyone is craning their necks to see the magical process that […]

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Addie playing at the Peabody Essex Museum in Salem, MA.

Our Sunday Adventure at the Peabody Essex Museum in Salem, MA

Summer usually equates to vacation time for teachers, yet somehow, Kendra and I have managed to jam-pack our days thus far. As soon as school ended, we both spent a week developing curriculum for next year. Taking no time to breathe, I started teaching summer school, and she participated in an intensive two-week writing workshop. Today was […]

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Yosemite National Park, California

7 Super Shots – Travel Photos Revisited

At the prompting of fellow blogger Sandra Foyt of Albany Kid, I am taking part in HostelBookers 7 Super Shots. I don’t often follow prompts for my blog posts, but I liked this particular challenge. It gave me the opportunity to dig through my old photos, and highlight a few that I love, yet haven’t […]

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Addie riding in her Deuter Kid Comfort III

Morning Hike at Harold Parker State Forest

Kendra and I took Addison on a short hike in Harold Parker State Forest this morning. We drive by it everyday, yet we’ve never been. I can’t believe it took us this long to explore the forest! Unlike Weir Hill, there were very few people walking the trails. It’s also much bigger (over 3000 acres […]

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Golden Gate National Recreation Area

San Francisco with a local (aka Jen)

Addison and Jen had a blast together while we were at the wedding. Jen took her for a long walk, played with her, and even let her terrorize her dog, June. Addison loves dogs, but she hasn’t mastered the art of gently petting, rather than pulling, their fur. We all woke early today, and Jen […]

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Kansas Cornfield

Sorry Mr. Farmer, Sir.

On the way to Missouri, we started to pass a lot of corn fields. I haven’t spent much time in the Midwest, so the scenery is new and exciting. At one point along our way to St. Louis, Kendra suggested we pull over so I could take some photos. She further suggested that I should […]

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The Heat Wave Continues

The heat here truly is becoming unbearable. Kendra is entrenched in studying for finals, so I spent time by myself today, wandering the streets of Salzburg. My first stop was the Franciscan Church, which was by far my favorite I have seen in Austria. The walls and columns were rough-hewn stone, and the mood inside […]

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