landscape photography

Landscape Design in Waban

Fall has finally arrived here in Massachusetts, and it's a great time for outdoor and landscape photography. Nothing beats the golden light and changing leaf colors that September and October bring to New England.

I was very excited to photograph this gorgeous house in Waban for the talented Inge Daniels of Inge Daniels Design & Landscape Architecture.

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What really makes this patio dining area stand out is the illuminated bench seating, and the fireplace with views into the adjoining neighbor's tree canopy.

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IDDLA utilized fieldstone and bluestone with tropical hardwood to create a warm and inviting environment on this terrace. The internal light source of this comfortable bench creates a beautiful ambience on cozy summer and fall evenings.

Architecture, Food And A Love Story

This post is about three months overdue, but since it's still cold and occasionally snowy outside, I don't feel too weird about posting photos of me in my winter hat.

In December, Rob and I finally got to check one of our favorite cities off our travel bucket list, and I'm sure this won't be the last time we will go to Chicago. How could you not love this amazing city? It's got brilliant architecture, fantastic food (hello deep dish pizza!) and really good music. All my favorite things combined in one place!

So of course my camera had to come with me and - while at times I thought I might be freezing to death doing long exposures of the skyline at night - it was all worth it getting some nice shots of Chicago at dusk. You can find more photos under "urban architecture" to your left.

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Of course, I couldn't not go to the Christkindlmarkt while we were in Chicago. I'm German, I miss my beloved Christmas markets. So I stood there with my tiny cup of Gluehwein (mulled wine) and my cinnamon crepes, and I was in heaven. If you ever plan on going to Germany, consider going at Christmas time. It's magical, and I promise you'll love it! Also don't hesitate to contact me for travel tips. I never tire of playing tour guide for anyone! 

Now on to the best part of this trip though. Yes, there is more. If you look closely at the picture above, you can see that there is now an engagement ring on my hand. Right after we arrived in Chicago, Robert asked me if I want to continue to travel and eat pizza with him for the rest of our lives and how could a girl say 'no' to that?! Just wanted to share these happy news with you. Now we are on to planning our wedding in Germany in the fall and couldn't be more excited! 

Photo Credit: Danielle Heinson for Flytographer

Photo Credit: Danielle Heinson for Flytographer

Will keep you posted!

- Sabine