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Hiking Coronado National Forest
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Hiking Coronado National Forest

Moving to Arizona Moving all the way to Arizona is a scary thing to do. It was completely spontaneous. The entire five-day drive out here was spent searching for a city and an apartment. One of the toughest things about moving to from the east coast to the desert was […]

Notre-Dame Basilica Montreal
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Notre-Dame Basilica Montreal

Notre-Dame Basilica Montreal, Canada Like its grander sister in Paris, France, the Notre-Dame Basilica in Montreal, Canada is a spectacular sight. Built in an imposing Gothic-revival style, the cathedral in Montreal is the site of many famous weddings. Although the cathedral was built in 1823. The history of the parish […]

Valladolid Cathedral
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Valladolid Cathedral

Have A Special Photo to Share? Confession time. Six weeks in Mexico totally changed us forever. We can’t wait to visit again. We look at our thousands of photos often. There’s no way to share all the photos in blog posts. With that being said, I’ve decided to restart the […]

Canterbury Cathedral
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Canterbury Cathedral

What is it about this riot of color, light, and depth that is so captivating? One of my favorite travel photos comes from a short winter’s trip to England. Canterbury Cathedral is one of the oldest Christian structures in England. The cathedral’s long and mysterious history begins in the year […]

Golden Mold Cape
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Golden Mold Cape

The British Museum was on my “bucket list” for a very long time. After I was finally able to check it off, I spent some time thinking back to my one favorite exhibit. Even though my visit¬†lasted just a few hours, I was able to take in some pretty amazing […]

Ravenna, Italy’s Arian Baptistry
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Ravenna, Italy’s Arian Baptistry

Few Places stand out among my travels as much as the inspiring historic mosaics of Ravenna, Italy. Although I spent only a single day in Ravenna, I managed to view almost every ancient church that boasted a set of Byzantine Mosaics. Ravenna’s history goes all the way back to the […]