Mont Saint-Michel is an engineering marvel. Situated on the northern coast of Normandy in France, Mont Saint-Michel is a tiny village with a massive abbey sitting atop the hill. Twice daily, the causeway leading to the island is covered by the high tide, making it completely inaccessible for nearly 6 hours each day.
What started as a healthy stroll through Rovaniemi, Finland’s Arktikum Park turned into a beautiful moment for a photograph. The lake and sky feel so close, but the distant mountains remind us which way is up.
My pilgrimage to New Zealand’s famed Wanaka Tree ended up being one of my favorite pictures. This lone tree sits at the edge of Lake Wanaka, just out of sight from the main road. Moments later, a joyfully energetic dog bounded through the water in pursuit of something exciting.
After hours of getting lost in the little unnamed alleys and streets of Venice, I turned left and saw this perfect image of all that is Venice. Blue shutters, turquoise water, and a docked gondola. Bellisimo!
Manarola - the middle village of the five towns of Cinque Terre in Italy. These cute little towns are practically carved into the mountainside and sit directly on top of the Mediterranean Sea. A cloudless, glaring day turned into a dynamic and vibrant sunset that matched the colors of the town.
The beautiful beginnings of a baby pineapple at Europe’s only pineapple plantation in the Azores. Here, pineapples are grown year round in glass greenhouses. This little pineapple will take nearly two years before it’s ready and ripe.