The past few weeks have been stressful. I have so much to work out before school ends, with school, jobs and my personal life. I've been feeling quite overwhelmed and counting down every day until the end of the semester. Something that has been making me feel better, even temporarily, is the refreshing burst of… Continue reading Spring Greens
Athens has a high concentration of beautiful parks for one city. Dudley Park is a favorite; it features a historic railroad track suspended in the air with its rotting woodwork and tangled tree vines, and the park's small vicinity is planned around the Oconnee river. It's a great place for a morning workout, an afternoon picnic… Continue reading Overgrown
This photo looks like something I would daydream about when doing homework. Sunny and beautiful and a bit on the blurry side, making it seem just that bit unrealistic. I want to escape to this garden bridge.
A sun saturated portrait of one of the best people I have and will ever meet. His expression is a perfect representation of him: understated, goofy and adorably sweet. Nothing is better than portraits that freeze a moment of happiness.
This little gang of ducks hangs out by the pond at a local park. They are all quite chubby; you can tell they are used to getting treats from park visitors. I squatted down to take their photo and they all came running up to me, probably expecting to receive some cracker crumbs. When they… Continue reading Duck March
No words for this beauty.
The Botanical Gardens has a very impressive and well-kept indoor greenhouse with tropical plants, butterflies and fruit trees. The real star of the show has to be the orchids though, which are all gorgeous and blooming and falling all over each other from the weight of their flowers. The way they are lined up on… Continue reading Delicate Shelves