I have said it here on this blog before, the South shines in the Spring and New England in the Fall.  And nothing is more quintessential Fall in New England than apple picking.  The other weekend we ventured to Lookout Farm, to partake in all the fall festivities.  Pumpkin patch, apple picking, farm animals, apple cider doughnuts surrounding by the gorgeous New England foliage, a photographer and 1 1/2 year old’s dream.


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Hello Fall!

August 29, 2012

The other week I photographed some new Fall accessories for Louis Boston.  They have recently revamped their website to include large high res photography and I just love it!  You really get the feel of the velvety cashmere, buttery leather and shiny jewelry.  Here are some photos from our shoot now on the Louis website


Diaper bag for me?…


Opal is my birthstone and this ring was out of this world!


How perfect is this ring on this box?!?!  I couldn’t resist photographing them together.


I just want to dive into this pile of really expensive scarves!


Beautiful menswear.

It’s Peak Time

November 14, 2011

The colors are exploding in Boston right now and the city is saturated in every shade of yellow, red and orange.  I know these colors are fleeting and will soon make way for the white of winter, but for now I am loving them.

Plus the colors really get you in the Thanksgiving/Fall spirit.  I even ventured to buy all the ingrediants to make a test-run, homemade, gluten-free, apple pie in preparation for Thanksgiving.  I’ll let you know if I actually get around to making the practice pie.:)

Feelings of Fall

October 4, 2011

As I avoid my unpacked suitcase and dive into a mountain of work after our super quick trip to California this past weekend, I realize fall has arrived in Boston.  In my two short years of living in New England, fall has quickly become my favorite time of year.  (Although Springtime in the South is still an old favorite.)  The air has a crispness in it’s smell and the trees in the city are starting to turn.  While I am squeezing in lots of wonderful travel before my growing belly has me grounded, I still do not want to miss the splendors of fall.

Here are some of my favorite fall images I have collected on my Pintrest boards for inspiration.  Now I am just counting down the days until this weekend…when I have absolutely nothing planed and can roam this city and enjoy fall.


Pumpkins, apples and all things fall

From Bibliotheque.  She is a photographer living in eastern Europe I think…her images are wonderful.  Wish I knew more about her.


Cozy style (my mantra this pregnant fall)

Clockwise: Altamira, Olivia Palermo (photo help please), Sheridan French, Nikon and YSL ring (more photo help)


Crisp & cozy interiors

Clockwise: Fuji Files, Effortless Style, House Beautiful, Atlanta Homes Magazine 


To end: the perfect collage via Natural Beauty Blog

Cape Cod in the Fall

October 3, 2011

To celebrate our wedding anniversary we popped down to the town of Chatham on Cape Cod.  The weather was still beautiful but the summer crowds had departed and the sun hung lower in the sky indicating the changing of the seasons.  I love the beach and the ocean any time of year, but particularly now in the quite fall.  Chatham is an old fishing community on Cape Cod, that now also boasts some of the most beautiful homes on the Cape.  It has all the charm of an old New England town that just exudes pumpkins, leaves, and sweaters all with the smell of the ocean wafting in the breeze.

We stayed at the ridiculously awesome Chatham Bars Inn with our room over looking the ocean.  I could have sat there all day watching the fishing boats come and go, listening to the fog horns in the early morning.



This guy has been waiting all year for October.


I just love the old wicker beach cabanas.  They just scream Jackie Kennedy on the Cape.


We found this on the beach.  Local art of mass exodus of horseshoe crabs in size order.  I love it.


Pink sunset over the sandbars of Chatham


We enjoyed the sunset with this deliceous and creative way to present chocolate covered strawberries, courtesyof the Chatham Bars Inn.


We savored every moment, bite, sunset, and ocean view.  It was a wonderful getaway.


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