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One Day In Ghent

Almost anyone traveling in Belgium has visited Bruges, which is undeniably one of the most romantic cities in the world, but Ghent is worth your time as well. Dating back to the 1100’s, this city’s Gothic architecture, medieval neighborhoods and … Continue reading

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Captured Moments – Out of My Comfort Zone

Lately, I have had several opportunities to take family portraits of friends and friends of friends… In just a few sessions, I have developed a newfound respect for people who do this to make a living. It is hard work! … Continue reading

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Captured Moments – Unexpected

Last week we drove out to the beach to watch the sunset from a dock on the river which is literally just steps across the road from the Atlantic ocean. It is our favorite place to enjoy a bottle of … Continue reading

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Captured Moments – Wing It

This week’s Captured Moment is from a beach photo shoot that I did with my husband a few days ago. The objective was to arrive at low tide and shoot from the beach with the coquina rocks as a backdrop. … Continue reading

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Florida’s Gold Coast

Next in our series of how Florida’s Coasts got their names, is the Gold Coast. You might notice a bit of overlapping on the map, but for the most part, the Gold Coast consists of Miami/Dade and Broward Counties. There was … Continue reading

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