Monthly Archives: July 2011

Food Photography – The fromage cart that didn’t stink and the courses that kept on coming…I love the French!


The first night we were in Champagne, France we went out to dinner to a restaurant that was recommended to us, Le Relais. Given that the only directions we had were, “on the road between Dormans and Château Thierry” we had to ask for some directions along the way and of course I felt the...

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Travel & Food Photography – Mayhem In The Sunflower Field


While Steph and JD are enjoying a nice, memorable moment amidst the rows of sunflowers, Andrew is busy picking up a decrepit, dried chicken leg and thrusting it in my face for a close up look at its crusty talons. You can tell how much I enjoyed it…truly never a dull moment.  The only food...

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Travel & Food Photography – Champagne Bubbles, Madame Nobecourt (aka Mrs. Butter) & La Ravenne

After following directions like “past the seventh pear tree, around the bend, across the creek and over the stone bridge” we arrived to a little town called Le Breuil in France’s Champagne region. Situated in the midst of vineyards, atop a hill lay our charming farmhouse, “La Ravenne.”I must say that one of my favorite...

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Travel & Food Photography – Visit To Versailles


After a little delay on our part, Andrew and I picked up JD and Steph in Paris and shoved them in the back of our extremely spacious euro ride. Thankfully they were troopers and the route to Champagne was an hour and half away…until we decided to stop by the Palace of Versailles for a...

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Travel & Food Photography – Au Revoir Paris


Sightseeing in Paris will forever change your life. We made sure not to walk everywhere so we wouldn’t miss a thing by taking public transportation.  Of course I couldn’t help but stare at every menu we walked by and every plate of delicious looking food.  I don’t know how every French person is not 100...

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Travel & Food Photography – Parisian Antiquities…The Source Of My Morning Amusement

Taking a break from food photography we decided to visit an ‘antique’ market in Paris where we came across the most unique items for sale. Many of the photos I took for certain people. Mom – the ones I took for you are of the miniature blue cabinet, the old picture book, the old hand...

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