Hey everyone, happy Saturday! First a few blogging points:
Sorry I have messed with the design of this website so much this week, dear readers! I have been trying to think of a tagline and design that represent me as a writer/blogger, and I think “one travel-obsessed girl living around the world” pretty much sums it up.
Also I have been changing my photo of the week between Friday and Saturday, but I think I’m just going to stick with my original idea, Saturday – it just has more pizzaz!
Anyway, back to the photo of the week. These photos of the week are technically from last week but please forgive me – I leave for France on Monday so I haven’t been as shutter-happy recently.
I went duck hunting (post soon!) with my dad, sister and good friend Elliot last weekend. The fall foliage and blue lake were just beautiful. And while I didn’t shoot any ducks on this trip, I did shoot some photos.
So please, help me decide – which “shot” do you like best?
My dad, the captain of our expedition. Warning to future boyfriends – this man could shoot off a chipmunk’s stripes in the dark. (Feel free to steal that expression.)
I loved being in nature for the day. There’s nothing like Michigan in the fall.
A shot of my little sister, Bee, looking fly in camo.
A very handsome dog fiercely protecting his shore.
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