Saturday, August 29, 2015

Food Truck Adventures

As the summer season draws to a close, it's my first and foremost goal to use every inkling of sunlight possible. What I love about summer nights is the golden hour of eight/nine where the sun is slipping away and the world is out-and-about enjoying the last embraces of its warmth.  People's smiles are friendlier, the heat is significantly less overwhelming, and parks and streets are teeming with families and couples. 

And so, as an avid people watcher, I try to immerse myself in this life every moment I can; it's icing on the cake when someone joins my mission and contributes to the fun of being alive. In today's episode, this lovely soul, Anna, was kind enough to be comfy in front of a camera and let me to do my thing. She's an absolute joy, and a pure form of beauty, both in appearances and in her love for Jesus (and what's cooler than that?!!). 

side note: I'm so ready for autumn. my summer wardrobe is crying out in pain, so I'm ready to put it out of its misery. plus there's just no question about it: autumn is life.


Tuesday, August 25, 2015


I don't know who makes the decision to name a place "Cabbagetown," but I would like to meet them and shake their hand. Furthermore, I would like to shake the hand of and photograph those who illustrate the walls of the Krog Street tunnel with imagination and wonder. These murals are constantly changing, even in the months between my visit with Juliette and my summer adventure. Even as I grow sad for the loss of one of my favorite patches of color, I simultaneously learn to love the replacement for its curiosity.

No matter how many times you reinvent yourself, I will always adore you, Cabbagetown.

(Sorry about the semi-poor quality of the photos, they were edited on an iphone)

Long live the ATL! Come back soon!