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Golden Gate Memories

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I keep a pretty busy schedule. This summer I have had the opportunity to visit California twice and NYC with Summer shows in between. Its a little tiring how I keep on the go but I wouldn’t have it any other way. I am finally starting to edit some of my San Francisco photos.

If you haven’t been to San Fran then I would put it on your list. Bring comfortable shoes because its a city that should be walked and there are some large hills to tackle. One walk that I recommend is across the Golden Gate Bridge. You can drive it, bike it or walk. I think walking lets you take in the sights and you can set your own pace. Here are some of my photos from my walk across the Golden Gate Bridge.

 

Berlin reflection

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I walked the streets of Berlin early in the morning and at the same time started the rain that would last my entire weekend trip. I was able to pull out my camera for this shot of a reflection of an old building in the frame of an old doorway across the street. This signifies so much as there is much reflection to do in Berlin because of the deep history the city holds. But in the end there is beauty right in front of you. A really wonderful trip to Berlin, and personal reflection.

Sneak Peek to One of a Kind

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I have been putting the finishing touches on the planning stages of my booth at the One of A Kind Show. The One of A Kind Show is at the Merchandise Mart in Downtown Chicago December 1 -4th. There are over 600 artists under one roof. I will be sharing a free ticket as the days get closer. If you are planning on visiting the show make sure you schedule more than one day. There is way too much to see in just one day. Here is a sneak peek to my booth that you will see at the show. My booth # is 8-2068. This is the entry piece. Prepare to be wow’d!

 

Reflection

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sit under the red tree in the green grass and look up at the blue sky and white clouds and enjoy the smell of nature in the fall. Mediate and reflect on life. Most of all enjoy!

Abandoned in Brooklyn

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Hidden deep in the streets of Brooklyn are three old abandoned subway cars. I was lucky enough to stumble upon these cars. 8×10 fine art print available on etsy

Medici Fountain in Luxembourg Gardens

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Luxembourg Gardens in Paris, France is a Parisian retreat. Parisians young and old come to hang out in this beautiful garden. You can play tennis, chess, or just relax in one of the green chairs. You can also purchase a wooden boat for an hour to push around in the water. A great thrill for young kids! This Medici Fountain can be found towards the entrance of Luxembourg Gardens.

Walking the streets of Lisbon

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You can easily tell my favorite city of this trip by the amount of posts I have for Lisbon. It really is beautiful and I highly recommend a visit if you get the chance!

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