Flowers + Friends in Love: Summertime in Madison

Travel & Personal
February 24, 2016

I may be a Parisian at heart but I was born and will forever [also] be a midwest girl.

My summers always include a trip to the North. One of my best friends lives in Madison and I am so lucky that she lets me visit! The city is full of activities, rich history and architecture and great people. Favorite places are along the shoreline, The Old Fashioned for cheap and strong adult beverages and my new favorite are the summer farmers market along capitol hill.


This time around I got to out in the countryside a little bit and enjoy the beautiful farming countryside. Wide open spaces and crops for miles. I also got to shoot two people in love, spoiled to do so and that they actually posed for a few! 🙂

Can’t wait to return soon


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