I love making this for dinner because it’s fun to make, delicious and everyone loves it. This recipe is for a Chicken, Bacon, Broccoli and cheese pizza log. My boyfriend always makes his with pepperoni, ricotta cheese and mozzarella. You can make your own custom creation too! Ingredients: 1 can pizza crescent roll 1- 1 … More Recipe: Chicken Broccoli Cheddar & Bacon log
As I say goodbye to 2016 and hello to 2017 I am hopeful for the future. Not a lot happened in 2016 other than me getting injured a lot. I burned my hand, cut my finger, ripped my shoulder and had surgery. I did have a few firsts in 2016, including going to my first … More Goodbye 2016…..Hello 2017!
Post-production and color grading can go a very long way in making your images look amazing, but in order to achieve a truly cinematic image, it’s what goes in front of the lens that matters most. 1. UV Filter UV FiltersImage from Shutterstock UV filters do exactly what it sounds like – filter excess UV … More The 5 Lens Filters Every Video Shooter Should Own
Do you have a hideous file cabinet that needs a major makeover?? Well I do! My boyfriend got this for me for free at a job and even though I was really grateful, I thought it was so ugly. I decided to give it a much needed makeover. I started with a blank canvas: Then … More File Cabinet Makeover
This is one of the very first pictures I ever took. This was taken in a small town outside of Kitchener, Ontario in 2002. It is out of focus and it was taken with a 2MP camera but I love it. I think it’s hard to catch something like this on film. I just wish … More Photography: Dragonfly’s Mating
This is another one of my first time pictures when I was pursuing Photography. This was taken at our family cottage in a small town outside of Kitchener, Ontario in 2003. I love to play around with angles and shapes. I wish that I had a camera that used larger pixels but hey it was … More Photography: The Dock Next Door
The Devil’s Head Lookout is the last of the seven original Front Range Lookout towers still in service. It t is 101 years old and listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The trail is 1.4 mile long and takes about 45 to 90 minutes, one way. There are 143 steps to get to … More Hike – Devils Head Fire Lookout (Moderate / Hard)