Photography, Travel

A perfect Jersey vacation.

Summer may be over, but I want to share some shots that I took early in the summer during a small vacation to the Jersey Shore. I have been obsessed with photographing golden hour over the last couple of months, and this was the perfect location for me to try out some new techniques. I […]

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Florence and Fotografia.

A few of my favorite shots from Florence! Make sure to follow me on Instagram @kkmulberry to see more of my frequent photography work and travels. I’m hoping to do another round of edits and selects from my trip to Florence last month, so stay tuned for me to share some more with you! Let me […]

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Horsing around in Western Mass.

Ever since my best friend, Natalie, and I watched the Unbranded documentary up on Netflix…we have been obsessed with becoming the main characters of the film, and of course we’ve become obsessed with horses. In an attempt to fulfill our wildest fantasies of riding horseback from Mexico to Canada, we spent a nice brisk Saturday morning […]

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Staying cozy in Hollis, New Hampshire.

Mid-October was peak season in New Hampshire for foliage. We received a lot of rain in the coming days that unfortunately quickly took all the bright beautiful colors away. However about half of the trees hadn’t turned yet, so some areas got super lucky with another wave of autumn foliage. This second round wasn’t as […]

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Fall into New Hampshire.

It’s been a beautiful fall season in New England, and the foliage has been incredible. This is really the first fall where I have truly appreciated where I live and what I get to experience every autumn. For the past few weekends I have budgeted out some time to wonder into new places and see […]

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Last minute surprise in Washington D.C.

This past summer has been a complete reorganization; job, apartment, personal life, you name it. But I’m not the only one feeling the lasting chaos from summer, so is my sister, who is moving all the way from Tucson, Arizona to Washington D.C. She has also been graced with finding a new place to live, […]

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Exploring Oregon.

Spending time in Oregon at the end of this summer, was amazing. I caught up with family, dived into nature, and was able to practice my photography skills with my new camera. More posts to come, but here are some of the best photos I snapped while on vacation!

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Quebec Candids.

A few of my favorite snaps from my travels to Quebec earlier in the summer. Canada is a beautiful summer destination – the weather was perfect, downtown area bustling, all with delicious eats and refreshing drinks. Quebec City is definitely back on my list of places to visit again, along with the beautiful rural areas I have yet […]

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Whale watching on Boston Harbor.

This past weekend Tom and I ventured out into the open ocean on Boston Harbor Cruise’s whale watch. Not only had I never been on a whale watch, but I also have an innate fear of  boats, open ocean, basically anything related to water – I blame the Titanic. So this was an excellent opportunity […]

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Zipping through Canada’s waterfalls.

We couldn’t resist a little thrill-seeking adventure while in Quebec. Definitely probably one of the craziest, most stupid things I have ever done according to my Mother’s standards, but I’ll be honest, I would probably do it again in a heartbeat. Instead of eagerly rushing into the old city during our first morning in Quebec, […]

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Tuscan Villa Chilling.

For the second half of our day in Tuscany, we explored more of the Rufina region and savored the true picturesque landscape of Italy, outside the city. After eating lunch at a family trattoria in the small town of Pontassieve, outside of Florence, we made our way to Fattoria Selvapiana, to indulge in some more wine […]

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Climbing the darling Duomo.

We saved the best for last and on our last day in Florence we climbed the Dome and the Bell Tower of the Duomo. After much climbing and many swirling staircases later, we made it to the top! Then we decided to climb the bell tower, which is my favorite to do. It has the […]

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Tasting Tuscany in Rufina and Chianti

On the Wednesday during our trip to Florence we ventured out into the Chianti region to taste Tuscany’s best wines. We explored the Rufina region in Chianti and visited the Castello del Trebbio winery, a historic estate covered with olive groves and fields of grape vines. Castello del Trebbio was first built in 1184 by […]

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The best cappuccino in Florence.

Look no further for the best place to go for a morning cafe in Firenze. It’s News Cafe. Nestled into the corner of Via de Giglio and Via Faenza, I walked past this cafe for a good majority of my semester studying abroad. But when I discovered it, as many do, there is no other […]

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La Buchetta, so nice we went twice…

And when I say we went twice, I actually mean, we went three times. Yes, three times. La Buchetta is a wonderful food and wine spot in Florence located right near Ponte alla Grazie on Via de Benci, also very close to Santa Croce Church. With a fun atmosphere and local waitstaff, we absolutely adored […]

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Can you tell we love Florence’s rooftops?

We successfully drank our way through every rooftop bar in Florence during our week vacation. We had to see which one had the best views of the city, best prices, and best overall experience. On Thursday, after doing some shopping around the San Niccolo and Santo Spirito area, we wanted a nice drink while taking […]

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A night out in Firenze.

In the Santa Maria Novella neighborhood, Trattoria Sostanza on Via de Porcellana, is one of the most popular Tuscan eateries in Florence. A local, hole-in-the-wall restaurant, with a different variety than most other Florentine joints. It has family-style dining and history literally covering their walls, it’s a cool spot you definitely want reservations for. 

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Rooftop relaxing in Florence.

Today is Liberation Day in Italy, lots of local shops are closed and the streets are fluttered with more tourists. For lunch we headed to Trattoria Mario, which is hands down my favorite place to eat in Florence. I had a hunch they would be closed, and I was right. So we crossed the street into […]

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Summer Storms and Sunshine in Florence.

Our first day in Florence brought us much adventure and to the top of Piazzale Michelangelo and the San Miniato al Monte Church! Swiftly avoiding the short rain showers, and taking in the sunshine when it appeared, we had an amazing afternoon in San Niccolo.  

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Olive Oil tasting in Fiesole!

Today we went to an organic farm in Fiesole, a surrounding province of Florence, called Fattoria di Maiano. The whole farm is about 300 acres and the only product they produce is extra virgin olive oil. It is estimated that there are over 20,000 olive trees on the farm and about 110 of the 300 […]

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