As many of you know, I am passionate about capturing ‘moments’ with my camera. Weddings, portraits, and headshots to name a few. I also feel this way about Landscape and Travel Photography. Today, I am sharing this short travelog of my visit to Normandy, France. In particular, a visit to the UNESCO World Heritage Site, Le Mont Saint-Michel (Saint Micheal’s Mount) in Normandy, France. It is an incredible historical living monument. This was one of my ‘bucket list’ places to see. It is an island located 0.6 miles off the NW coast of Normandy and still is the seat of the monastery that it is named after. This small Island has held strategic fortifications since the 8th century AD and still has a town that hosts 5-6 families plus the Monks who inhabit the monastery. It had been only accessible at low tide until the recent addition of a causeway which makes visits more convenient so that no one will be stranded when the famous tides come in – which happen VERY FAST. That is another story! The short story behind this first photo is that my family and I rented an AirB&B in a small town called Vains which is directly […]
I recently had the opportunity to visit Indianapolis, IN. I had no time to do any research or to develop any ideas of what the city was like before visiting. I was very happily surprised at what I found to be a beautiful city – small and very easy to walk to everything. There are beautiful monuments, old historic buildings and parks, tons of business and but places to relax outdoors with wonderful breweries and restaurants. Here are a few photos that I was able to make while I working in Indianapolis for a few days.