Category Archives: Travel Photography

Photographs taken on my travels documenting the landscape, people, cultures, customs and history

In May of 2015, my husband and I decided to take a short trip to Mystic, Connecticut. We were only there for four days; however, we managed to go to a lot of amazing places. On our first full day there, we went to Mystic Aquarium. It certainly is not the largest aquarium we have […]

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While on a walk in Louisville, KY, we came across this sign. I’m lame, so of course I got a kick out of it and laughed hysterically for about five minutes. After the laughter was over, I thought it would be good to remember the memory by taking a photo of this sign. Apparently, if […]

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You all remember when the family and I went to Louisville, KY, right? Well, while there, I had some time to look around at the older buildings. Before this trip, I hadn’t realized how much into architecture I actually am. It can be quite beautiful and interesting, at least in some cases. During one of […]

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It’s a bit later than I usually post photos, isn’t it? I was looking through some of the pictures I took while visiting Louisville, KY and came across this one. One day, TJ and I were out on our own, exploring the city. It was the same day we went to the Fudgery at 4th […]

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I know, I’ve been a bit of a slacker lately, but it’s been pretty busy these past couple of days. So, time to backtrack! June 29th’s prompt was delight. There are so many things that make me happy, it was hard to pick what I was going to use to represent this prompt. Thinking about […]

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  Woo-hoo! Today I have finally caught up with the FMS Photo a Day Challenge prompts! Go me, right? So, June 14th’s prompt was cross. When we were at Waverly Hills Sanitarium, we were leaving the body shoot (yes, I said body shoot). Above the door, there was a cross, which I found extremely interesting. […]

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The June 11th prompt was “The Beginning.” I couldn’t have picked a better photo than the first one I shot when we were in Kentucky. This was taken from our hotel room right after we had gotten the room. It was a pretty nice view, to say the least and I had gotten a few […]

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