Cuba People to People, Day 3

My third day in Cuba started out with a visit to the Corona Cigar Factory. Here my tour mates and I witnessed how the famous Cuban cigars are made. Unfortunately, we were not allowed to take photos inside the factory, but we were allowed to take photos of the stained glass in the lobby. After […]

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 […]

Title: Sunrise in Barletta

Story: While in Barletta, my hotel was right across the street from the beach. One morning, really early, my friend and I got up and went to the beach to watch the sunrise. It was absolutely breathtaking.

Title: Boneyard Beach

Story: After an extensive walk, an amazing expanse of beach blossomed into view. I was awestruck. As we walked down the beach, there were many remnants of trees, some of which become submerged during high tide. Walking along this amazingly beautiful hidden beach opened my eyes to how much we can miss out on if […]

Title: The Otherside of the Breezeway

Story: As we crested the end of the seemingly endless breezeway, all of a sudden the path turned sandy and the surrounding grounds became a haven of trees and dense bushes. A little further in the distance, a beach was blooming right in front of my eyes. It was magical.   #boneyardbeach #picoftheday #potd #photooftheday […]

Title: The Breezeway

Early one morning while in Charleston, I went on a photography tour at Boneyad Beach. To get to the beach, you have to walk down a really long and creepy breezeway. There was a high level of fear of what was lurking in the murky depths of the water, but once I reached the other […]