Sacred Spaces: Chapel of the Holy Cross, Sedona, AZ. Inspired by the then-newly constructed Empire State Building, local rancher and sculptor Marguerite Brunswig Staude conceived of the project, was helped by Frank Lloyd Wright Jr. and originally planned it for Budapest, Hungary. WW2 put a hold on the idea, until she decided to build the chapel in Sedona with architects Richard Hein and August K. Strotz completing the design. It is run by the Diocese of Phoenix as part of St. John Vianney parish in Sedona. #catholic#christianity#sedona#arizona
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🧗🏼♂️ #hiking i #sedona blev det idag😃 2-timmars tur på förmiddagen och 4-timmars tur på eftermiddagen🥵magisk miljö att vara i😍☀️😎
The biggest difference between these photos? Besides the obvious? It's the depth, dimension and shine! Depth, contrast and shadows is needed to create lightness. Adding pigment and depth back into this head of hair brought it to life! I mean look at that shine too! .
Hair by @dawnandersonstylist
Roper Lake + Winter = Breathtaking views and unforgettable experiences! 😍 .
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This park is gorgeous 😍 from absolutely every angle. Fact. .
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I look at my last post and realized it was two weeks ago... and for the first time I didn’t worry about it, because I’ve been learning lately that if social media isn’t making you better, it’s making you worse. And forgetting to post is just a sign of focusing on the things that are important right now. For those watching my stories, you’ll know I’ve been traveling North America shooting for @westjet and basically getting to do my DREAM job, travel and capture beautiful places! But this season has also been one of the busiest of my life and I’m having to remind myself how important it is to put health first - not just physically but also mentally and spiritually.
I got to spend the weekend visiting one of my best friends in the world @melanieaudet (who is standing on the cliff!) who I hadn’t seen since she stood as my maid of honor at my wedding two years ago, and now got to visit her in her new home!
And even though I was physically tired from averaging 5 flights a month these days, my soul was filled getting this time with my friend in such a beautiful place.
Arizona continues to blow me away in its beauty, and I can’t wait to come back and see more of this magical red desert ✨ But for now, we are in Hawaii the next few days continuing the adventure!
Thank you to my followers who are patient in these seasons and have continued to support me, I promise I have lots of amazing content and blogs coming for you when things slow down a bit 💕 Stay tuned!