Posts tagged anchor and pine collective
Around Iceland's Ring Road

Each year my husband and I pick one or two places to travel to internationally to check off our list. Places like New Zealand, Japan, Germany and Italy sit high on that list, however Iceland for us was at the top. From the beginning, we knew we wanted to drive the entire island in a camper van. It would give us the opportunity and flexibility to see all of Iceland, on our time, and our terms.

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A Memorial Day Road Trip to the Southern Oregon Coast

I travelled to the southern Oregon coast and parts of northern California to kick-off the Summer camping season, which generally starts in the Pacific Northwest around Memorial Day. Highlights include stacks of sea cliffs, views of where the forest meet the sea in mossy orchestras, painted sorbet sunsets on Harris Beach, and large redwood trees growing hundreds of feet towards the sky.

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3 Reasons to Visit Oregon!

My husband and I moved to the Pacific Northwest over a year ago and I am still constantly amazed by the unique, magnificent, and changing landscapes throughout. The mysterious fog, overcast mornings, dripping moss, and bounty of pines makes it the perfect setting for landscape and portrait photography. I wanted to share 3 reasons to visit Oregon, and some tips on magical places to see whether you are a local or planning a visit.

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