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March 2015
  • Ice Caves adventure

    Driving: 16 hours, 900 miles

    Sustenance: beef jerky, belVitas and Girl Scout thin mint cookies

    Entertainment: good conversation and silly singing with friends

    Goal: cross the ice caves off bucket list

    It’s strange to think that just two weeks ago there was snow on the ground and ice covered the majority of Lake Superior, creating the spectacular Apostle Islands Ice […]

  • Sloan and Turner P. – Sisters

    Looking through my baby book, some of my favorite photos are of my siblings holding me. Their bright eyes and wide grins say it all.

    I’m not sure what that sort of pride feels like since I’m the youngest (or “accident” as my sister would tease, only to be corrected by our mom as the “love child”). Still, […]

  • Glimpse of the Ice Caves

    Sometimes I struggle to find the words. This is one of those times, which is why I am so grateful to have photography as another creative outlet.

    In an upcoming blog post you will read (and see) more about my recent trip to the ice caves in northern Wisconsin (once I am able to better articulate […]