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- Just heard Portland voted down #fluoride. Awesome. Way to go #pdx! 3 days ago
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Author Archives: Whitney
Yesterday my mom took me on my first wine tasting tour. I had no idea that there were so many wineries so close to her house just outside of Portland. The wine was delicious, especially the biodynamic vineyard we visited.
The sunset in Eugene was absolutely breathtaking tonight, undoubtedly a sign of summertime.
Last night’s super moon turned into a super fail, and I’m not happy with my moon photos. I was really excited to take the photos, but it just didn’t go as planned. Once I got to the top of the … Continue reading
My roommates and I are obsessing over our plant babies, and these are by far the cutest. The snow peas are my roommate’s pride and joy, and look at them! They even hold hands. I think this photo makes them … Continue reading
Last Friday I was driving from Portland to Eugene around sunset, and it was absolutely amazing. It’s too bad we were driving 70 miles an hour; my shutter just doesn’t click that fast.
This is probably the best photo I took all week. It’s nothing special, but I just really like the simplicity of it. These baby bok choy’s are absolutely delicious and just so pretty.
Happy Easter everyone! Here are some pretty spring flowers from my weekend with my lovely mother.
Campfire photos are always fun to play with, so why not test out a candle light photo. I think this was pretty successful, especially the softness and color contrast. Thoughts?
Project52 failed a little bit during week 12. It was finals week, and I just didn’t feel like I had the time. So, this late post of old photos makes up for my lost post, right?? I hope so!
Tonight, Slow Food: University of Oregon and friends had a potluck. It was full of yummy foods and good company.