Captured: A Working Photo Series {1}

Captured: A Working Photo Series {1}

They say beauty is in the eye of the beholder. This is beauty through my eyes.
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I love photography. In my smallest adventures, and in my largest ones, taking photos has given me the opportunity to return to the past. It's a free ticket to yesterday, and every moment before that. Over the next few weeks, I plan to share some photos from my smallest and biggest adventures. Whether I'm exploring Rochester or exploring another continent, I love it all and my camera is always with me.


Here are some of the photos from my latest adventure to the Lamberton Conservatory, a small gem with within Highland Park. Enjoy the natural beauty of this space.

Cover Image Credit: Hadassah Rivera

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30 Places Every Millennial Girl Needs To Travel To BEFORE She Turns 30

Live your best life, all around the world.
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I am a travel enthusiast. There is nowhere I do not want to go.

Traveling the world is one of my biggest goals in life and I am determined to make it happen. The world is so big and I would love to see every inch of it at some point or another.

However, if I can travel to these 30 places before I turn 30, I will feel as though I have accomplished more than enough.

1. New York City, New York

2. New Orleans, Louisiana

3. Grand Canyon, Arizona

4. Las Vegas, Nevada

5. San Francisco, California

6. Los Angeles, California

7. Nashville, Tennessee

8. Honolulu, Hawaii

9. Walt Disney World, Florida

10. Chicago, Illinois

11. Nassau, Bahamas

12. Cozumel, Mexico

13. Cancún, Mexico

14. Bridgetown, Barbados

15. Basseterre, St. Kitts

16. Philipsburg, St. Maarten

17. Montego Bay, Jamacia

18. Christiansted, St. Croix

19. Punta Cana, Dominican Republic

20. Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas

21. Tortola Baths, Tortola

22. San Juan, Puerto Rico

23. Grand Turk, Turks and Caicos

24. Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands

25. Oranjestad, Aruba

26. Mykonos, Greece

27. London, England

28. Paris, France

29. Barcelona, Spain

30. Rome, Italy

Okay, so these are 30 places I want to go out of like, a million. I have traveled to some of these places and would not hesitate one second to go back.

Every new place is like a new adventure, and traveling will forever be so exciting and intruiging to me.

Cover Image Credit: Maisa Teat

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5 Things To Do This Summer

This simple things will help you get the most out of your summer.
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While summer is usually the time that college students start internships or start working full-time to rake in some cash, there are a few other summer activities that are important to keep in mind as we head off into the month of May. Here are a couple of things that you can do to get the most out of your summer:

1. Go on a trip

For the next few months, you probably have more freedom to travel than you do while class is in session. Go on a trip! Get a change of scene, get to know a new place; you'd be surprised how good this is for your mental health.

2. Start exercising

You have no classes to "catch up on" and no homework to do. It is time to get in shape, my friend.

3. Journal

It's nice to look back and see how much you've grown through the years, not to mention your summer shenanigans.

4. Spend some time with the fam

You probably have a lot of catching up to do after being away at school for so long. You may not think it's true, but your family probably misses you! Give them some love and see what's been going on in their lives.

5. Read a book

I know, I know, read? Really? But this is different from reading for class; this is reading for fun. Reading to expand your horizons and become enveloped in another world. You may not remember how fun this can be, but trust me, it'll be worth the time.

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