Things are getting serious. Dubai is SO HOT and already very humid – and I was just informed by my coworkers that this isn’t considered ‘bad’ yet according to Dubai summer standards. Might die here. Will keep you updated. List of the photogenic places we visited this weekend: Redeemer Church at the JW Marriott in Deira (every Friday for worship!), Al Qasr Hotel, Dubai Mall, Burj Khalifa, Palace Hotel, One & Only Royal Mirage Hotel.…

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First week in Dubai down! Seven more to go… I’m here for the summer doing an internship with an architectural and urban planning company – and what better place to study this topic than in Dubai! On the weekends, my mama and I go out and shoot: two very long days full of outfit changes and taxi rides to different locations. My beautiful bracelets are from Freed Outfitters! Here’s a list of where we visited…

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No words to describe how beautiful this evening was. And how easy my job was – I just stared gracefully at these gorgeous flowers in perfect 60 degree weather while my mom was doing some sort of heavy-duty-pilates-type lunges and burning her retinas to get these perfect shots of the setting sun. Wow I love her.

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So these gorgeous Canola flowers popped up in our fields behind our house during the last month and I’ve been dying to photograph them! (Normally our fields are either wheat, barley, or lentils, so a color other than muted khaki or earth green? Life-changing!!) Anyway, I got home from college just in time to catch the last of the yellow, which worked perfectly. I’m wearing my beautiful Kyle Cavan necklace that features the iconic Nassau…

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So during my first two years at Princeton, I lived in the Forbes residential college, which means my backyard was literally the beautiful Princeton golf course! It’s a perfect backdrop for photos (even in the winter!) despite the number of grouchy old country club women who insisted we leave since we were(n’t) ruining their posh golf matches. Ah yes, networking sublimely everywhere we go.

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