1.02.2016

BEST OF 2015

It's been one heck of a year, full of all things new and different. I grew and stretched myself out of my familiar. I travelled to England and Israel. I was astonished. I ate fish tacos and falafels and sweet potatoes. I met new people. I turned twenty-one. I fell and cried and got back up again. I drank coffee (like, a lot). I was creative and tried new things and spent time with people I am crazy about. I read and studied and learned more than I can remember. I laughed. I loved hard. I determined to love even harder. I experienced more of God's grace and patience than I thought possible. Narrowing down these highlights was rough, and there are still way too many photos for one post (sorry), but I hope you enjoy scrolling through this twelve-month compilation. A mix of personal and professional, Nikon and iPhone. Au revoir, 2015!



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8 comments:

  1. These are beautiful memories of travel, people and fun. <3 So glad you were able to visit England again! :) That food truck by the way...GENIUS!

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  2. i love love love these photos. you're a beautiful person. ♥

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  3. Simply gorgeous as usual Petie! :D I love the one through the iPhone, it's awesome!

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  4. Wow, this was just, like, a really great post. I loved all the photos. And your words. (That photo of you and Jess wearing those glasses in the collage at the bottom. Haha.)
    Your blog is so wonderful. Just thought you should know that. ;)
    ~Miss Meg March

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  5. Beautiful photos, Petie! I have so enjoyed following along with you on Instagram and mind the gap this past semester!

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  6. I always love looking at your photographs, Petie. They're so beautiful :)

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  7. I love your photographs; all of them! So bright and wild and wonderful. Mm.

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  8. These are lovely! (or Ditto! to what everyone else had said. :) )

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