The oldest commercial district in North America, the Rue Petit-Champlain in Old Quebec is a holiday extravaganza during the month of December. At the base of Cap Diamant where the Chateau Frontenac sits grandly overseeing the river and city, the ...Read More
Fireworks are the ultimate celebration extravaganza and also one of the hardest things to photograph. Luckily, living around theme parks allows me the chance to practice any day of the year.
Starting off is always the hardest, but number 1 tip: ...Read More
This naval training ship traveled from Acapulco, Mexico, Hawaii, and stopped in Seward, Alaska for a week before heading home along the western coast of North America. The captain and crew sailed without GPS, only following the stars. Here's the ...Read More
In honor of St. Patrick's Day, I'm celebrating all that is GREEN. No leprechauns today, just your everyday GREEN that deserves a special day!
My cool boyfriend with a cool GREEN car in Dublin.
Mild sushi gets an extra kick with GREEN jalapenos!
What's cute, ...Read More
Fairmont Le Chateau Frontenac is the most photographed hotel in the world, but with its prominent position on top of Cap Diamant, it also has some of the best views of Quebec.
The Hôtel-Dieu de Lévis, an affiliated university hospital, can be seen across ...Read More