Castel Sant'Angelo is a gorgeous castle in Rome that was built in the 130s AD. I was intrigued by the castle by its exterior appearance, but had no idea what beauty was inside! I was in awe of the spectacular artwork in the castle - it was breathtaking! I also enjoyed some great panoramic views of the city from the height of the castle. Keep scrolling and enjoy your tour of Castel Sant'Angelo!
I recently took a week-long trip to Italy! This is my first of many blog posts to come.
One night, my cousin took me on a walking tour of the city, as she's been studying abroad in Rome for several months. We passed by Largo di Torre Argentina - a square in Rome that contains the remains of four Roman temples and Pompey's Theatre. Julius Ceasar was assassinated at this site, which dates back to 400-300 BC.
Naturally, I couldn't help but notice the influx of cats in this area! Later research led me to find that this area is a sanctuary to 150 homeless cats in Rome. Torre Argentina Cat Sanctuary shelters and cares for these cats, thanks to a dedicated team of volunteers.
I had a great time checking out the square, and making a few feline friends while I was at it!
A little change of pace from my usual college sports gigs - a fun rec league flag football game! Enjoy~
Kari and Chris came to me with a beautiful, ambitious idea for their engagement photos - to drive up to the snow to take them during the week of Christmas! We were able to align our schedules on Christmas Eve when I was visiting Southern California, and decided to make our way to Wrightwood. It was a total dream - fresh, powdery, untouched snow, and gorgeous morning light! I had such a great time working with these two lovebirds. They are such a wonderful couple, and had a great time enjoying eachothers' company and making some beautiful images, despite the cold. They were even down for outfit changes, and swing dancing in the street! These are some of my favorite shots - enjoy!