My scattered brain is seeking some simplicity this sunny-morning-that's-supposed-to-be-rainy. I hadn't realized until late last night how much I'm craving a getaway. It's been a few since we've left the city and, as I know too well about myself, it is a necessary part of holding onto little scraps of your sanity, the getting out of here. We leave for Washington next Saturday and, almost as if on cue, it cannot come soon enough. Looking forward to some long hours in the car with my family, listening to books and drinking coffee.
These stunning photos from Katherine Wolkoff caught my eye awhile back and, as I thumbed through my inspiration book this morning, they seemed just so apropos of how I'm feeling today-quiet.
Her deer beds have been featured all over but I originally saw them on A Cup of Jo. They are so peaceful.
Her series on New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina struck a chord with me, of course. She does an amazing job of capturing not only the desolation that the city radiated following the storm but also the southern light that you only truly see in the deep south.
These recall memories of our time on the San Juan Islands. Lots of dusty dirt roads and open sky. I particularly love these.
Dark and light.
I want these very badly, the water photos.