Category Archives: Landscapes

Tower Grove House

The Missouri Botanical Gardens, also called Shaw’s Garden by native St. Louisans, was gifted to our city by Henry Shaw, after being inspired by his travels to Europe and the great gardens and estates he saw there. He wanted to create such a garden for the residents of his adopted hometown. He also built his […]

The Lady in the Gazebo…

If you ever get the chance to visit the Missouri Botanical Gardens in St. Louis, don’t pass it up. On Saturday mornings, for those who live in St. Louis and immediately surrounding counties, admission is free until 9am. The garden is open year round and there is never a bad time to visit. One a […]

The Covered Bridge

We had a family photoshoot scheduled at a covered bridge which I had not heard of before. So, we got to the location early, just in case I got lost on my way (which has been known to happen.) The Sandy Creek Covered Bridge is a gorgeous little spot with lots of history and, less […]