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When visiting somewhere, especially a new place, it's easy to get caught up in the 'big scenes', and forget about the small details that can really make a location unique. Bhutan is full of interesting and ornate details, and while no where near exhaustive, I wanted...read more
Chalk it up to poor planning... or me just not looking at my calendar... in any case, when I started my series on Bhutan last week I wasn't thinking about this week being Easter! So, this is admittedly not an Easter photo / post! BUT, happy Easter anyway! 🙂 When I...read more
It’s different, and maybe a little whacky, but it will hopefully have you intrigued! Check out the photo-narrative!
Community volunteer with a passion for the elderly. Breast cancer survivor. Homemaker.
Security minded technologist with a passion for travel, adventure, and life in general. Guilty of the use of sarcasm and posting lots of pictures.
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For the last several years, the Knoxville affiliate of Susan G. Komen has selected 8 men to be community spokesmen, and advocates for breast cancer survivors and breast cancer awareness. The number is significant because one in eight women will be diagnosed...read more
The Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure is always a special celebration of life and hope for our family, and this year was certainly no different. What was different this year though, was that Holly was all decked out in brand new New Balance gear! 🙂 Holly was...read more
It’s that time of year again, time for the Komen Knoxville ‘Race for the Cure’. This has become one of those days that we look forward to every year. It is always such a fun time to hang out with friends and family and it is encouraging and inspiring to see all the...read more
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This week's post is a special one for a number of reasons. First, it's the beginning of my series on Bhutan, which I've been looking forward to sharing for sometime. Second, and perhaps more relevant to the rest of this post, is the fact that I've just turned 40....read more
This week (and next) I wanted to take a short break from travel photography to share a few images I've taken this winter. If you've ever photographed with me, you probably know I'm not a fan of Winter, simply because it snows so rarely here in East Tennessee, and I...read more
...and sometimes you find yourself at a bobsled event in South Korea 🙂 Let me back up for a second. If you've been following along for a little bit, you may recall last Summer that I had the opportunity to interview US Olympic Bobsledder, Steve Holcomb. In the spots...read more
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If last week's Quarry Bay Apartments, and high-density housing are on one end of Hong Kong's spectrum, then the Tai O fishing village is on the other. While still cramped living, Tai O's famous buildings and homes built on stilts feel a lifetime away from the busy...read more
One of the things Hong Kong is known for is its high-density, high rise apartment buildings. They are, quite frankly, something you almost have to see in person to believe. I ran into a string of articles before visiting Hong Kong the first time (like this one - Hong...read more
Alright, back to Asia as Promised! I was doing some thinking about my series on Hong Kong (I actually do try to plan these things out) and I want to highlight some of the more rural places we got to visit there this time around. However, you'll recall that last year I...read more