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Posted on June 1, 2015 by

More Food, More Pics, Still Not a Food Blog… But I know A Fun One

Alright, this is just a teaser post of what is to come. This weekend I had the pleasure of helping photograph some great recipes by my friend and fellow blogger Meg. She runs an always interesting and entertaining blog called Lady Bowels. Yes, you read that right. Her about statement goes like this: is this site Read More

Posted on May 17, 2015 by

Art, Workspaces and Food: Art-A-Whirl 2015

This was my first Art-A-Whirl… and it was great. I lugged my camera around hundreds of artist studios as they showcased their work for thousands at this long weekend event. It was very well attended and the great weather made it a perfect day. The following are just a few little sets of photos from throughout Read More

Farmer's Market Produce
Posted on August 9, 2014 by

Saturday Morning’s Farmer’s Market Photo Shoot

Living a block away from the Saturday morning Farmer’s Market is awesome. I am often there helping my Dad and brother with their booth but they were MIA this week. But… I needed some food for the week and knew exactly what would happen when I got home… #PhotoShoot I am sort of obsessed with Read More

Posted on July 30, 2014 by

Day 6: Exploring Peterborough’s Cathedral and City Center

After walking many miles yesterday we decided to take it easy today and focus on the town we have been living in for the last few days. When you have no schedule, choosing the days activities is a lot more fun. Each morning we do a bit of research based on how we feel and Read More

Posted on July 28, 2014 by

Day 3: Questioned at Customs to Licking the Dessert Plate

Touchdown at Heathrow was painless but as we walked into customs the tides changed. As we worked our way through a thousand person queue, we were met by some very aggressive customs agents. Now, I know they were just doing there jobs and protecting Mother England from people overstaying their keep… but wow. I didn’t Read More

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