Picturesque Places

  • As mentioned in 72 Hours in Stockholm, one of my trip highlights was visiting Skogskyrkogården, also known as the Woodland Cemetery. Located south of Stockholm, the cemetery is interwoven with nature.…

  • This summer I found myself in Stockholm, twice. Once for work and once on my way to the Lotta Jansdotter workshop. Both times, the days were long – as much…

  • Earlier this year during our trip to Paris, I found myself drawn to the abundance and variety of street art. Unlike tagging, the street art in Paris is far more…

  • This past weekend our Paris photography workshop caught up here in Seattle to share our photos and reminisce about our travels.  In preparation, I worked on processing some of the…

  • On this, our last day in Paris, we headed to the Musée des Arts Forains, a museum housing a private collection of carnival games and rides.  It was a ton…

  • Today we left the city for Giverney, the location of Claude Monet’s home and gardens, which were the inspiration for many of his well-known paintings.  Much like Versailles, there was…

  • Today I ventured just outside the Paris city limits.  First stop was the Cimetière des Chiens (dog cemetery) in Asnières-sur-Seine on the northwest edge of Paris.  First open in 1899, this pet…

  • Wow, I can’t believe it’s been a week already! With only a few days left, and many place closed Sundays and Mondays, I took the opportunity to do some shopping…

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