After leaving Baltimore, my cousin Jessica and I headed for Savannah, GA. It was wonderful to get out of the cold weather and explore the beautiful city. Savannah was amazing and with all the parks, fountains, and plazas, our walk around the city kept turning into a photo shoot. Thank goodness my cousin is such a good sport when it comes to my photography,
I have finished the Professional Photography Program at Boston University Center for Digital Imaging Arts and it is time for me to move back to Arizona. Now, in order to do this, I have to drive from Boston to Tucson. I love road trips and visiting new places so I have been looking forward to this trip. Also, my cousin Jessica has flown to Boston to drive back with me. Not only will she keep me company and help me drive, she is also an excellent model to have with me at all times.
This journey of ours began on Thursday. After packing and loading my car, which I can tell you was no picnic, we headed from Boston to Baltimore. We spent the whole next day in DC and we definitely packed a lot into that day. We went to the Capital, the botanical gardens, the Smithsonian Natural History Museum, the Washington Monument, the Lincoln Memorial, and Vietnam Memorial, and the White House. After such a grueling day, we also killed a few hours before our train back to Baltimore at an amazing Irish Pub called Fado.
Last weekend, some friends and family visited me from Arizona. We had a great time visiting Boston, Salem, and Cambridge. It was a busy weekend, but all I can remember is that we seemed to be eating the whole weekend. In addition to the restaurants we visited, we went to Trinity Church, Boston Common, Boston Public Garden, and walked the Freedom Trail. All in all, it was memorable weekend.
On a trip back home to Tucson, I was able to take some desert landscapes of my backyard. Sunsets are amazing in Arizona every single night, but they are always unique. I also did a light painting of a saguaro one night with the full moon in the background.