Tag: Photography

The Childhood Memory That Never Grows Old

The Childhood Memory That Never Grows Old

When I think of family vacations I always think of the Hotel Del. The iconic white building and red roof with picturesque  windows staring out to the ocean symbolizes my favorite childhood memories. I can recall memories of us kids running across that powdery gold […]

Walla Walla, Washinton – Wine Tasting

Walla Walla, Washinton – Wine Tasting

There are different wine regions worldwide that are sought after by all oenophiles alike. Living in the Southwest I have been interested in my close neighbors and New World wines coming from Napa, Sonoma, Lodi, Willamette, Paso Robles and more. After a trip to Oregon […]

Banff National Park, Canada

Banff National Park, Canada

So I’ve finally set aside time to share the details on my recent trip to Canada this month. Like everyone else who has heard of Banff, you were probably awe inspired like I was by  a scenic and majestic picture of the famous Lake Louise. […]

Cabo, Mexico

Cabo, Mexico

On the tip of the Baja Peninsula there’s a laid back town with endless ocean views. Cabo San Lucas is a Desert oasis thats sprawled against the contrasting blue ocean. Whatever you’re interested in, Cabo will definitely fill your wish list. Hiking, swimming, boat excursions, restaurant hopping, […]

Superstition Mountains

Superstition Mountains

This mountain range is East of Phoenix with options to explore hiking, mountain biking, climbing, or horseback riding. It has also become one of my favorites. The natural beauty, variety of trails, and seclusion from rest of the world makes me feel amazing and coming […]

White Christmas in the Southwest

White Christmas in the Southwest

Merry Christmas from Sedona! It’s been years since it has snowed on Christmas Day here. If you’re not from AZ then you should know how unique this is. It’s so magical seeing the fresh snow against the red rocks. Enjoy the photos, I’ll be adding […]

West Fork Trail, Sedona AZ

West Fork Trail, Sedona AZ

I love getting to explore locally in my own backyard and so I made the trek out to find this scenic trail North of Sedona. It’s most popular during Spring and Fall when the trees and landscape are the most vibrant colors. Despite missing some of […]

Puerto Rico, A Little Bit of Everything

Puerto Rico, A Little Bit of Everything

This island is packed with things to do and adventures for every type. My trip to PR involved traveling with locals and friends who knew where all the great spots were (and some places I can’t even recall). However, I got a taste of everything and saw […]

Costa Rica, the Pura Vida way.

Costa Rica, the Pura Vida way.

Costa Rica, the small country with big features. I travelled here twice in 2012 and still have dreams of this beautiful place. The small town I stayed in is called Santa Teresa, and is located on the Northern Peninsula off the Pacific side. It takes a […]

Two Days In Zion

Two Days In Zion

Since I’m from the Phoenix area it only made sense to take a road trip up North through Page, AZ and then stay near another beautiful National Park. Passing through Page, AZ I was able to visit the iconic Horseshoe Bend and the photogenic Antelope Canyon […]

Everything You Need To Know About Antelope Canyon.

Everything You Need To Know About Antelope Canyon.

Yes, it’s gorgeous. Some of you may do your homework and find what tours you’re interested in or if you’re still debating to tour the upper vs lower canyon. Let me explain. I chose the Lower Antelope canyon because of how easy it is to access […]