Boneyard Beach: Opposing Twins

 This is the second photo in my “color vs. black and white” series while visiting Boneyard Beach on Caper’s Island Awendaw near Charleston.  Which do you like better? Best, Winter

Boneyard Beach: Tree Arch

The end of last year was a whirlwind of traveling for work and play.  I am finally back after a long hiatus. I hope that you continue to enjoy my blog. As a preview of things to come, I am doing a short “color vs. black and white” series of photos.  Let me know which […]

Cold Spring, Upstate New York

Situated at one of the narrowest and deepest parts of the Hudson, Cold Spring is the quintessential bucolic upstate New York town with an amazingly charming Main Street. From Cold Springs, you can easily walk to Garrison to visit Boscobel or to the West Point Foundry> You can also take the train to DIA: Beacon […]

Title: Morning Dew

Story: Every time my mom and I travel to Charleston, SC, we always schedule a day trip to Savannah, GA. Being that we don’t drive, we usually take the morning Amtrak train which leaves around 4:50 am and arrives in Savannah around 6:30 am.  From the train, we always make our way down to the […]

Title: Vibrant Yellow Flower

Story: Because today I need to be reminded that there is beauty in the world. This flower was part of a garden above a catacombs in Italy. ‪#‎beautyintheworld‬ ‪#‎yellowflower‬ ‪#‎catacombs‬ ‪#‎italy‬ ‪#‎rome‬ ‪#‎goaheadtours‬

Charleston, SC: Magnolia Plantation and Gardens

Magnolia Plantation and Gardens is a historic house and garden that was founded in 1676. The plantation’s the first house was built in 1676 by the original owners, Thomas and Ann Drayton. This house and the second house built on the site was destroyed by fire. The current home, a one-and-a-half stucco construction with a […]

Savannah, GA: Fun Stuff

I really enjoyed the time I had available in Savannah.  This was my second visit to this wonderfully historic and haunted city.  Besides vising Old Fort Jackson, I also was able to explore an old oyster factory, visit a battlefield, explore a railroad museum, take in some wonderful architecture, and eat some amazing meals along […]

Nature is a Mad Scientist

Nature is defined as, the phenomena of the physical world collectively, including plants, animals, the landscape, and other features and products of the earth, as opposed to humans or human creations. There is nothing more diverse and beautiful to me than the plants that are produced in nature. Flowers and trees can either be jewels that […]