This is a corner building in Havre de Grace, Maryland. I’ve always had a special place in my heart for Victorian inspired architecture, especially turrets.
My sweetheart took that photo then edited it to make it a little more magical. It’s images like this that inspire me to write stories.
Havre de Grace is a lovely little town. I recommend staying a weekend at a B&B or at a guest house. There aren’t many, because it’s a tiny town, so book ahead.
Also, don’t forget to stop by Bomboy’s for some candy.
The last time we were there for a weekend we lucked upon an arts festival and acquired a lovely hammered copper spoon necklace and some handmade candles and soap. As a sensualist things like handmade soaps and candles with their rich scents and lovely packaging make me happy the way tea parties and hot bubble baths do. Not to mention, supporting small businesses and independent artists. Winning!
This tower makes me think of Rapunzel! I wish I knew more about it.
So far the ladies who have participated with The Goddess Next Door project are responsive and seem to be excited it’s back on the front burner.
I shot this photo back in 2010 and now have some fresh edits for it. Hopefully the feature image will be on the main page. Something weird happened with my last post and the feature image wouldn’t show.
Model: Ariel Thomas
Photographer: Heather Brooks
The font is from here: http://www.1001freefonts.com/
The name of the font is Uechi.
Natalie loves an adventure and to play dress up. She’s not especially shy. Putting her in a red hooded cape and posing all over a public park was no big deal for her. At one point during the shoot we were down by the edge of the water and Natalie was posing. We could hear a little girl on the nearby trail excitedly saying, “Look! She’s pretending to be somebody!”
We both laughed and I think it really made our day.
Though I have done many shoots for various reasons, this particular shoot is for the cover of my book “Red August.”
During the photo shoot for “Red August” there were many shots that were lovely, even though they didn’t end up on the cover.