I made my second trip to Hilton Head Island this past weekend for a near-and-dear wedding. These two are now hitched! It was a fantastic trip full of sunshine and love. Snapped these moody, early morning shots the day of the wedding. I hope I get to go back at least one more time before my friends settle down in a new state.
And one more, because I love these little guys so much.
Thinking about far away places, distant memories, and the feeling of seeing something for the very first time.
How to visit a chocolate factory.
Step 1. Locate chocolate factory.
Step 2. Obey signs.
Step 3. Accept reward.
My beautiful friend Allie + muhly grass + North Carolina Museum of Art
Thoughts of far away places are never very far away at all.
But these photos beg the question, was it all just a dream?
Last Wednesday afternoon was spent strolling the shores of Laguna Beach. And how picturesque it was! Found quite the array of birds and flowers and even a few surfers. Would love to go back again and comb through the local art shops and galleries.
Terribly exhausted and terribly excited about all the wonderful sights captured in the last five days. Will most definitely have sweet dreams of the week gone by. And yet so many more things to come in these next few weeks. And the holiday season begins to unfold.
But until then, I’ll just be California dreamin’.
Taking a short holiday on the west coast. Hoping to soak up some warm sun (even though I have already been doing that here) and watch the surfers come and go at Huntington Beach. I am slightly obsessed with the surfing culture. These photos were taken in Biarritz, France, a famous international surfing spot.
Enjoy the week!
Watts Grocery in Durham, North Carolina. Still thinking about…
Blood orange margarita + Butternut squash and cornmeal tart with carolina moon and honey squash vinaigrette + Smoked trout with avocado, roasted tomato, and horseradish + Fall lettuce salad with roasted tomatoes, fried onions, and dijon vinaigrette
We are on day three of rain here. Tomorrow looks like more of the same. This time last year I took a trip up to Boston and brought Hurricane Earl with me. The evening of my arrival it downpoured so hard, Julie and I found shelter in a Parisian creperie. Not a bad way to end a rainy day.
A few days later, the sun was shining and the weather was simply gorgeous. Nothing beats the Northeast at the end of summer. And what better place to enjoy the weather than the Boston harbor waterfront.