I don't think I would ever get tired of taking pictures out here. For a small stretch of beach, only about a half mile at the most, there are so many different places to take photos. On the sand, on big craggy rocks, in a mossy forest, next to tide pools. I never feel like nature photos get monotonous. They differ based on time of day (especially with how high/low the tide gets here), how the sun hits throughout the day, throughout seasons and weather.
This is actually a pretty standard outfit for me. Mostly on lazy days, which is why this outfit rarely makes it to the blog. Lazy days = no outfit photos. Or food photos in lieu of outfits. But this outfit feels very "Southeast Alaska" to me, so it was only natural to photograph it in Juneau. If I wanted to get truly Southeast, I'd be wearing Xtra Tuffs, but I figured moccasins were the next best thing.
plaid top (similar)/thrifted :: tee/the great pnw :: jeans/courtesy of modcloth
shoes/minnetonka :: jacket/courtesy of asianicandy
Dan has this exact same shirt. He thrifted his about 5 months before I found this one (both in the little boys' section) and despite his protests, I couldn't not get it. It was a smaller size and fit me just right, so I had to. Now at least if we come up with nothing else for Halloween we can at least be twins, right? I probably won't wear this one too often, simply because Dan looks so great in his, and I don't want to give him reason to avoid wearing it. The plaid and flannel tops in the little boys' section of thrift stores is where I find the best flannels. Sometimes the arms are a bit short, but I almost always roll my sleeves anyway, so it doesn't matter.