Changing Seasons – April

April has been the most dramatic in terms of changes in our forest.  It has been amazing to watch new life spring up.  I always love watching the trees go from bare to buds to full leaves.  With this beautiful spring transformation, I am breaking the “rules” by sharing more than 20 photos.  Some I…

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Travel Thursdays – Badlands National Park

The geological landscape of the Badlands National Park is worth the stop if you find yourself traveling through South Dakota.  For us, this would be our last stop during our six-week trip out west.  As our trip neared the end we only had a couple of hours to tour this lovely park.  The day was…

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Weekly Photo Challenge – Dinnertime

A tiger anxiously awaits his dinner at the Exotic Feline Rescue Center located an hour southwest of Indianapolis.

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Sam Strong Dance 2016 at IUPUI

In honor of Sam Featherstone, Alpha Lambda Delta/Phi Eta Sigma at IUPUI puts on a dance every February to raise awareness & money for pediatric brain cancer. Sam lost his battle with brain cancer on January 2, 2013. Before his death, he started Sam Strong to raise money for research into this devasting cancer. For…

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Simple Life Sunday – Give yourself a pay raise!

If you missed the previous post in this series click here. It was obvious, I needed to leave my lab job behind. However, with little experience in the photography/business field, debt to pay off and little to no savings, a plan was needed. The first things to tackle, my debt. This step would take the…

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Weekly Photo Challenge – Future

My parent’s garden a few summers ago.  They always put out a huge garden and enjoy fresh vegetables throughout the summer, fall and winter months. This year we are attempting our FIRST garden!  This photo represents my idea of our future in gardening.  Although it will be smaller, I am hopeful we will have a…

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Weekly Photo Challenge – Landscape

A beautiful landscape stretches out before us as we pause for lunch with a view.  The Skyline Trail at Mount Rainer is a must do hike, with views of Mount St. Helens & Mount Hood.  Pictured above is a view of Mount St. Helens.

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