Saturday, June 8, 2013

Pet Cemetery

The Pine Ridge Pet Cemetery located in Dedham, Massachusetts contains the Grave of Igloo, Admiral Richard Byrd's Dog and the Grave of Lizzie Borden's Dogs, both of which are featured on Roadside America's website.  My friend Lindalea and I visited the cemetery in February.  At the time we went, we didn't have exact directions (these are now available on the aforementioned site) so we walked through a muddy ravine and climbed up some moss covered stone steps before we found it.

Monday, April 18, 2011

Tuesday, May 25, 2010

The Adventures of Hazel: Progress Update

So I've been working on a website just for The Adventures of Hazel (A Picture Story) for the past few weeks.  As I continued to work on the story, I decided to re-shoot some scenes and add more pictures to certain sections.  This is one of the new photographs from The Land of Teacups.  I'm really happy with how the story is looking so far and am super excited to launch the new site!  I'll be posting a new photograph from the story each week until the site launches :)

Saturday, May 15, 2010

Fun Stuff

I bought this magazine/manga/thingy the other day at a superfantastic bookstore.  I love the freebies that came with it!  The Amulet Cookie compact is my favorite.  The center of the cookie is a comb!  Totally sweet :)

Friday, April 2, 2010

The Adventures of Hazel {A Picture Story} Part 16

It was night by the time she reached the edge of the Deep Dark Woods.  She had found The Candy Room* before.  It wasn’t always so hard to locate but, in these lands, the doorway would be hidden in the woods.

*The Candy Room
Classification: Living Location
A magical room filled with some of the most unusual and exquisite candies in the universe, The Candy Room transports itself to all kinds of locations across the galaxies, never visiting the same spot twice. 

Thursday, February 11, 2010

The Adventures of Hazel {A Picture Story} Part 15

And suddenly there was something familiar.  "The Candy Room," Hazel said aloud and, as she spoke, the words sparkled on the signpost.