As a little girl I dreamt of living in New England(my dad is from Boston). I wore out my Harvard sweatshirt and committed Louisa May Alcott books to memory. As an adult that dream has shifted between New England, Germany/Austria and Hawaii(especially in winter!). Life has kept me right here in Utah, and looking through a camera lens helps me see all the beauty that is right out my front door– mountains, fields, orchards, magnificent buildings, quaint abandoned farmhouses, the red rocks of Southern Utah and glorious salt flats.
And often,the most beautiful sights are right under my nose.
So when I need a fix of a pilgrim graveyard or an incomparable Vienna cityscape I turn to my friends Alyson at New England Living and Maralise at The Reluctant Nomad. I think I need a Hawaii blogging friend. Any suggestions? Preferably someone who likes visitors. 😉
Now let’s take a look at beautiful Northern Utah…
My friend Sara invited me to take family photos at her sister’s dairy farm in Coalville. The farm is a serene little paradise and photographer’s playground. Think I can talk my kids into heading back up there for my birthday?
look at those gorgeous boys!– kinda makes you want to raise your kids on a farm.
love this! Grandma is from New Zealand and has the most charming accent and manners. Do you see the six month baby bump on the left? Another beautiful baby on it’s way.
warming up inside