Hi! I’m Ivy Reddington. Well, actually, no, I’m not. My real name is a secret for privacy reasons… At first, I actually didn’t want a pen name because I felt like it would be really weird and hard to get … Continue reading
So, I have hit writer’s block many times while writing my dystopian novel and now I want to share how I broke it. But before I get into solving, let’s talk about the reasons and then a solution to each … Continue reading
This is Minneapolis, Minnesota. Okay, I’m a total sucker for warm and cool tones mixed in a picture and I never realized it until I started this blog. I fall in love with these pictures and, in order to post them, I have to find what I like about them.
So, again, I like the mixture of the warm, orange-ish glow of the bridge and the nice cool tones of the sky and water. It’s really beautiful to me! Also the lights of the city and the gradient coloring of the sky.
I came across this picture because my brother and I are going to Minneapolis here soon and I looked up a ton of pictures and thought this was so pretty.
This is the Wicklow National Park, Ireland. I saw this park in the movie P. S. I Love You (Gerard Butler, Hillary Swank) and it’s been on my bucket list to go there ever since. It’s beautiful! I love all … Continue reading
I just found some old pictures that I took in my dad’s shop and outside on my computer and suddenly saw an opportunity for the possibility of B&W and other edits in Camera Raw! I added the grayscale function, turned … Continue reading
I was exploring to possibilities with my camera last year. I had such trouble with night photography, but finally got the two pictures below. I honestly can’t even remember what my camera settings were back then, but it is miraculous … Continue reading
I am obsessed with bridges! I just love them! I took this picture while I was in Seattle with my mom and sister. I saw this possible shot and begged my mom to pull-over and let me take pictures. She … Continue reading
I love reading and writing, but am kind of new to both… For the longest time, I hated reading and writing in school. Reading was just plain boring and I never seemed to understand the writing lessons. But thinking of … Continue reading