Sunday, January 13


Took a walk by the river with my parents just before the cold front and rain hit. 

[photo credit for pictures taken of me: My dad, James Pauls]

Cooking food was not high on my priority list, as I came back from the walk exhausted - I think the cloudy weather was just getting to me - So, I settled for a bowl of shells & cheese for lunch. Then headed to the gym to climb with my sister-in-law. 
We climbed for a few hours then parted ways. I ended up stopping by a flea market on the way home. I found a few neat things to buy and transform that I am pretty excited about. I ended the day with friends and a movie in our living room. 

 All in all, it was a great day. 


  1. That looks like such an awesome day. I love these pictures, especially the first two. Very lovely.

  2. Wow, what lovely pictures.

  3. These pictures are lovely, I just love nature and lifestyle photography! (:

  4. It is so interesting to see different rivers in other parts of the country. I noticed that yours is also channelized (to some extent), but still remains very natural appearing. I'm from Los Angeles and the river there is among the most structured, (from the movie Grease!) and now that I'm at school in San Luis Obispo I notice that the river there is also channelized. I do wish they were left to be as they naturally were! (Although I do understand the hazards associated with flooding rivers.) Anyway, I'm rambling now, so lovely pictures! I love the feel your filtering gives all your pictures (:

    x, Alyssa @ Afternoon Musings

  5. Shells & cheese are the best! That aside... I absolutely love your photographs. What did you buy at the flea market?

  6. is that the Annie's mac and cheese? if so, i LOVE their white shells. SO GOOD :)
    great photos erin!

    andrea brionne

  7. gorgeous photos of your walk down by the river :)


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