The giant blazing red trees and splashes of bright yellow and orange along the highways are stunning in Ontario during the fall season. It rained on and off during our trip, but we made the best of some really beautiful locations along the drive.
This quick dip sucked the air from my lungs and the feeling from my toes!
On a quick visit home to the Okanagan, a large branch fell off the cherry tree in the backyard. We spend most of the day picking (and eating) these beautiful berries to be saved for wine and pie!
I spent a number of years managing a dive shop in Vancouver, and after straying from the lifestyle in the recent chapter of my life, it was so lovely to return to the same beach and bay I dove so many times before.
On what we thought was a simple mission to pick up a pumpkin, we spent an hour standing in the mud and spent all of our quarters on goat pellets. Davidson Orchard had an unexpected petting farm along side it’s mountains of pumpkins and gourds. My sister and mother and I dug into the bottoms… Read More Okanagan Autumn: goats & gourds at Davidson Orchards [travel]
Every summer thousands of people visit Vancouver’s beautiful beaches, including English Bay. The litter and garbage left behind is most evident during the beach’s busiest night of the summer, Vancouver’s Celebration of Light, an extravagant fireworks show that floods the beaches with bodies.
I spent a soul quenching week in Portland, Oregon, this summer and it was very hard to leave and come back home. I have never been to place that so clearly spoke to my heart – the artsy weird part of my heart that usually gets hushed by my secret desire to fit in.
This deceiving concept had us laughing the whole shoot. A lot of the material is improvised and a lot of giggling was edited out. I personally have been touching myself for about three months and can agree that I do it every morning before leaving the house.