Month: November 2016

It’s Not This Time of Year Without the Detroit Turkey Trot!

It’s Not This Time of Year Without the Detroit Turkey Trot!

I haven’t done a photo challenge in a while, so I thought I’d participate in the Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “It’s Not This Time of Year Without…”. The Detroit Turkey Trot is perfect for the Daily Post’s photography challenge because it’s not the holidays […]

New Family Tradition: America’s Thanksgiving Parade 2016

New Family Tradition: America’s Thanksgiving Parade 2016

Happy Thanksgiving! I hope you had a most joyous holiday with family, friends, and loved ones. Today I am sharing a few photos of America’s Thanksgiving Parade 2016. Travis and I attended the parade as a day-date and we had such a good time! Remember […]

America’s Thanksgiving Parade: Behind the Scenes

America’s Thanksgiving Parade: Behind the Scenes

It’s almost time for “America’s Thanksgiving Parade” in Detroit! Last year, we weren’t able to attend the parade because we had a new baby. But now Zechariah is 17 months old, we will be able to go. And what makes it even better is my […]

Youmacon 2016: Detroit’s Largest Anime Convention

Youmacon 2016: Detroit’s Largest Anime Convention

Last week, I presented Good Life Detroit’s new weekly photography series: Detroit Street Photography. Today’s street photography captures are from Youmacon 2016. They’re not necessarily street shots. Well, with the exception of one street shot, all of the other images are indoors. But I am […]

Detroit Street Photography: New Photo Blog Series Highlights Detroit City Life

Detroit Street Photography: New Photo Blog Series Highlights Detroit City Life

One of my greatest passions is photography. If you follow me on Instagram, you may have picked up on this, as I post a lot of Detroit street photography. Last week, I posted a blog post about my urbex photography tour of the Highland Park […]

Detroit Urbex: Exploring Highland Park Ford Plant

Detroit Urbex: Exploring Highland Park Ford Plant

Detroit urbex is very popular. Many people love exploring Detroit’s abandoned buildings, houses, and other structures. These buildings and homes have such rich history. I mean, let’s be honest, Detroit has a lot of abandoned buildings and decay. From historical churches to automobile plants, you […]


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