Thank you to all my wonderful guest bloggers who took the time to make you (virtually) feel at home.

NYC is beautiful in the Fall, I took a ridiculously large amount of photos. Scott and I went for a few weeks for our honeymoon when we married, but thanks to a cheap SD card, half my photos were ruined and I was stuck with the ugly blurry ones. I was compensating for that moment!

I took so many photos, my Canon Rebel XS just DIED while in DC. Scott and I went to a camera store in hopes my little engine that could would be saved. The Canon associate said the powerboard was overworked. My heart dropped to my stomach when I was told the XS would have been more expensive to get it fixed than to upgrade, so I walked out with a shiny new Canon EOS Rebel T2i. My wallet was a little devastated (especially on vacation!) but I had a camera fund for a moment like after reading so many horror stories of photographers having their cameras broken. I highly recommend it, especially when you don't have a backup.

I've always believed it's not about the equipment, it's about how the person uses their camera, but I'll admit, the upgrade is really great. It takes video, and the quality of photos are sharper.

There are lots of pics to go through, so I thought I'd share them in groups rather than a collection of photos to slow down your Internet connection. Below are just the general ones I really like. I'll be editing photos, getting back to work, replying to comments, getting my shop back up, and feasting on holiday meals with our families. Have a safe Thanksgiving!

Scott and Brookly Bridge

Brooklyn Bridge


Marc Bag

On the Plane

Washington Monument