Thursday, August 22, 2013
Well, it came back. Now all I can think about is my next trip. The Alps in October? Why not? Maybe it was from seeing the Airstream trailer on a secluded beach in rural Ireland. Maybe it was the twisty mountain roads of County Galway. Or maybe it was from just standing on a train platform in Southern England. Whatever it was, my wanderlust has returned with a vengeance.
The campsite at the end of the Earth, Co. Mayo, Ireland
The London Eye
A deserted beach near the Seven Sisters, East Sussex
Thursday, September 6, 2012
Yep, as the days get a bit shorter and the air gets a bit cooler (if only slightly this year), it can only mean one thing. Autumn is just around the corner, but more importantly, it's calendar time again over in my Etsy shop!
New year, new crop.
Retro Modern, a collection of mid-century marvels.
Doors & Windows. A selection of pretty portals from around the world.
Signs of the Times. What can I say? It's always been a passion.
Vintage Cameras. The collection that threatens to take over the entire house.
Carnival. Always a favourite!
As always, at the end of each month, you end up with a lovely little 5"x5" print, just screaming out for an IKEA frame.
Thursday, May 24, 2012
All the way down the coast of New Jersey, into Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, and North Carolina, the eastern seaboard is just one gorgeous sight after another. From the boardwalks of the Jersey Shore, to the wild horses of the Outer Banks. The best advice I can give comes in two words: off season.
Sure, a lot of campgrounds, motels, and restaurants are closed, but the uncrowded, wide open spaces will more than make up for a bit of inconvenience.
Sunday, May 13, 2012
If you thought it was all bling and cars, think again. There's also a treasure trove of amazing vintage motel signs and architecture from the 50s and 60s.
Thursday, March 15, 2012
- A blog mostly about my photography, my etsy shop, travel, and other assorted addictions and predilections. I've been passionate about photography for just about as long as I can remember, right from that very first 1960s Kodak Brownie around my wrist at Upper Canada Village... A great deal of my adult life has been spent travelling the world for extended periods, always with cameras in tow. My photographic interests run the gamut from intimate portraits to landscapes to ephemera to street life. Although firmly entrenched in the digital age, I have a weakness for film and for old cameras.