Followed my sis to a graduation photo shoot for a Texas Woman's University student. This amazing thing was just sitting there, all pretty like. Little Chapel in the Woods The University's Conference Services provided this floor plan layout on their website. Read more about the building . . .
Buh-bye Summer, Hello Autumn I always have a hard time letting go of summer. As I am generally cold by nature, its never too long into fall before I'm constantly bundling up - even when most people think it is still nice outside. Dallas rolls into autumn slower than I'm used to in Fayetteville, . . .
The Devil is in the Details The small details always make the whole picture beautiful, or not. Outside of the awesome finds in the abandoned movie theater, these are my favorite details from my photo exploration of Dickson St. . . .
Explore the City Recently I went on a photo exploration with Kentrell (Life in re:VIEW blog + flashedwin tumblr), and we explored Dickson St, which is one of the main valves of the city of Fayetteville. We got some nice shots while wandering down an alley, as alleys are always full of random . . .
Today, I give you the Jefferson National Expansion Memorial, also known as the Gateway to the West, and also known simply as the Gateway Arch. I visited it a few years ago (2009) as an interior design major. See my pics below. Until next time, Ci Vediamo!!! xoxo, dolls & dudes . . .
Here's another memory of my time in Italy. It's not quite one of those "Under the Tuscan SUN" days, but this chilly and dreary March 2011 day in Florence, Tuscany did not fail to amaze me. This 15th century Renaissance style palace - Palazzo Pitti - once served as home to the Medici family, and . . .
I'd like to introduce you to a new mini-series for OWNG, Here&There! I absolutely love to travel, and I love to find quaint and unique places! I must admit, my passport has only been stamped twice, and I haven't quite covered all of the states here in the good ole' U.S., but I definitely make . . .