Better late than never! I would wax poetic about my love for smalltown Florida, but I’m still halfway stuck in a turkey coma. Instead, enjoy some pictures from the McIntosh Fall Festival! McIntosh is one of my favorite places in Florida. Its quiet and charming and I could envision myself living there one day. It reminds me a it of Stars Hollow from Gilmore Girls except with more Spanish moss and less snow.
So many wreaths, so little time
These appealed to my cat lady tendencies, but I refrained from buying any.
The coolest snow cone cart around
I couldn't resist. Next year I'm bringing my Italian Greyhound dressed as Little Lord Fauntleroy
My friend Julie's dream house. It used to be the McIntosh Hotel when the town had a railroad!
My dream house. If I lived there, everything would be amazing.
A vintage necklace I bought at the festival! I’m still in love with it a month later.
There is no denying it. However I am also a dog lady. Ever since I was 7 and got my first disposable camera, my favorite subject for ~photography~ practice was our animals.
Marshmallow will not stand for any bullshit.
I used to try to recreate the Glamour Shots backdrops from the mall in our kitchen. This usually consisted of me hanging up a towel and/or colorful tablecloth in the doorway and cajoling various pets of ours to sit in front of it and post while I snapped away on my disposable Kodak.
Needless to say, I put Ansel Adams to shame.
Cricket is one of the sweetest dogs we've ever had. She also seems to look perpetually befuddled.
Now, I just take pictures of our animals whenever I think they’re looking particularly cute. Which is almost always.
They're always together. I wish we had named them Pongo and Perdita.
It’s just for fun. Besides a stint in photography club in 10th grade, I’m not the most skilled photographer. I just take pictures of things I like, and sometimes I post them on my blog. Because why not?
He's never taken a bad picture in his life.