I'm not even going to make an excuse - these photos are long overdue. Honestly, I only took my camera out a handful of times this summer so I didn't feel like I had enough images to warrant a post. I should have known better. Charlevoix is always post-worthy.
On St. Patrick's Day in Chicago (celebrated the Saturday before March 17) all eyes are on the Chicago River as it is ceremoniously dyed green.
Last Friday, my sister and I took her kids to the Shedd Aquarium for the morning. Images shot on Fujifilm XT-1 with 16mm prime lens.
My sister and I visited Iceland in December 2016.
July 13 was a pretty exciting social media day in Chicago. A thunderstorm rolled through the city, leaving a stunning double rainbow over the city in its wake. If you follow someone from Chicago on Instagram, I'm sure you gave it a double tap and a heart-eyed emoji. It was pretty spectacular.
In July I visited Lavender Hill Farm in Boyne City, Michigan with my sister, my aunt and my adorable nephew.
On the evening of July 19th my amazing grandparents were laid to rest in their beloved Lake Michigan.
I've made a list of 16 things for 2016. Some of them are big, some of them not so big, but all of them are entirely attainable.