02 March 2010

Frozen in time.

The pictures below are ones that I have taken from some of the travels I have had been fortunate enough togo on. Just a couple that I really like. One that I am super proud of is the Arc de Triomphe in Paris at night. 
 It's really fun to photograph children (I was going to say "shoot", but that sounded a little off...) Adults can be fun but it's hard to get people to relax when they aren't used to being in front of the camera. Most of the time I just end up shooting things that inspire me or pop out at me. A lot of times it doesn't turn out the way I'd like, but I'm just having fun with it and still learning. 
These girls were too cute at the Santa Monica Pier. What adorable fun outfits!? Those shades!

My always gorgeous friend Belinda at Gaudi Park in Barcelona

James strumming away waiting to play a show...

Yes, THE Strawberry Fields..Forever

This girl was too cute playing with her schoolmates in Barcelona. She had such a great little personality and I could tell she wasn't very camera shy but she wanted me to think she was!

On the streets of Zurich, Switzerland


A cute old couple in Prague, Czech Republic

More Zurich

Lucerne, Switzerland

Champs-Élysées in Paris

In Marie Antoinette's room at Versailles

At the Château de Versailles, France

The Arc de Triomphe in Paris

Beale Street Memphis, Tennessee

Memphis, Tennessee


  1. I wish I could afford to travel all over the world!! What is the key to being able to travel to all these beautiful places?? Of all the places you've been which one would you definitely recommend visiting at least once in one's lifetime??

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  2. Wonderful photos. Thanks for sharing!

  3. Thank you girls! I have just been extremely blessed in life and come across some amazing opportunities like selling merch for a band and from there making friends all over!
    I think one place I'd recommend visiting is the Palace at Versailles. There is just so much history and it is just a mind-blowing picturesque place. It is completely indescribable the feelings that swirl around as you first turn the corner and see this massive structure at the end of the road or when you're walking through the Hall of Mirrors (amazing itself) and look out onto the endless gardens and fountains. Just amazing. Plus it's only a half hour away from Paris!