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1.08.2013

MY NEW YORK | lights and wreaths and life in this new year

year round wreath

white brick exposed

the fault in our stars (1 of 1)

lights correct2 (1 of 1)

lights correct (1 of 1)

colored buildings

church (1 of 1)

32 comments:

Hannah Nicole said...

beautiful.

meaghan said...

Oh, I loved The Fault in Our Stars. Wonderful book.

Mary said...

Gorgeous pictures, and I loved that book too.

Alex said...

Beautiful scenes. And that book. That book. It just touched my soul.

Hayley said...

Yes! I'm so glad you are reading that book. It's pretty amazing.

Maria said...

You have such a wonderful way of capturing pictures. The light is so beautiful. xo, Maria

Arti said...

TFiOS is an amazing book :) That's so cool that you're reading it.

Rachel said...

The Fault in our Stars is SUCH a good book. Enjoy!

AshCall said...

Everyone is saying that book is so good! What did you think of it Meg?

Katie Hubly said...

Beeeautiful =)

Francesca Forzoni said...

Meg - how's the book, worth a read?? x

Diana said...

I second the comments about that book being amazing, and of course, about your photos being beautiful! I love that wreath!

Zara Watson said...

Gorgeous photos and loved this post. Beautifully written.

Happy New Year!

Zara
www.littlepearlsofjoy.com

Anonymous said...

The Fault in Our Stars! So happy you're reading it. Such a beautiful book, as are all of John Green's. Also his and Hank Green's YouTube - VlogBrothers - is fabulous. Everyone should watch it!
Pictures are beautiful as always.

Robby Spratt said...

Hey Meg, are you on Goodreads?
I'd be interested to see what you think of that book when you finish it.
My brother recommended it to me, unfortunately I didn't much care for it.
My review is on Goodreads if you are interested.
:)

kylee said...

ahhh the fault in our stars!! my FAVORITE book!

meg fee said...

@Robby Spratt: I'm not on Goodreads (one more social media site and I'll lose it)--what did you think of it?

Erin said...

Love that wreath at the top. I want that for my front door!

Jenna | The Paleo Project said...

Ah, beautiful. I read The Fault in Our Stars in November, and I loved it. I listened to the audio version as well. It just... changes your view of the sick and it's so... necessary.

Xo

Alexa said...

i read that in a sitting earlier this week. incredible.

also, what a pretty wreath!

Robby Spratt said...

Meg, I didn't like it very much. I'll leave it at that for now. I know a lot of people love it, so I wouldn't want to offend by criticizing it publicly.
I'd happily discuss it with you after you finish it. Just email me at robspratt@gmail.com.
:)

LeaHall said...

I know that church building! I pass it on my way to a different church when I'm up there, haha. :) Happy New Year, Meg! Love your blog. :)

meg fee said...

@Robby: it's not a big deal, just curious. i found the whole thing to be magnificent.

@LeaHall: what church? xx

emily said...

what did you think of the fault in our stars? i liked it!

Britti said...

I agree with all the previous comments, that book is easy to fall in love with. beautiful words.
Your pictures are beautiful. Are they all taken with the 60d?
Ah and happy new year!

siddathornton said...

i love the way you've captured those lights. and the wreath? beautifully simple & oh-so elegant.

meg fee said...

@emily: i thought it was simple and lovely and utterly heartbreaking--all in the best possible way.

@Britti: yup, gotta love that canon.

communikate. said...

loved the book. love these photos. love you!

Amy - Book Monster said...

I cannot stop talking about that book. And, really, my words don't add up to just how fantastic it really is... If only it had been written when I was in middle/high school. It would have totally changed things for me.

Amy - Book Monster said...

That book is just too fantastic for words, yet I cannot stop talking about it. It's honestly beautiful. I'm sure you know that, though.

LaceFita said...

Gorgeous photos Meg! Also love the wreath! Please share where you got it from :)

meg fee said...

@LaceFita: unfortunately, i have no idea where the wreath came from!! i got it this past christmas from my childhood bedroom where it'd been hanging for years. but i don't know where it's from before that. so sorry. i will ask my mother though, she might know.