Tag Archives: Photography
Beach houses and wild skies in Sandbridge. Photo by @misslindsaygrace.
A splash of red. Old Mill Road, Suffolk. Photo by @nance757.
InstaMeet feature 4/5: downtown Norfolk from above by @jimmyolivero. Jimmy, along with your feature you receive a gift card to @parlorongranby. The Parlor on Granby features live music, local art and a changing menu of classic comfort food with an innovative twist (their waffles will own you) in a modern and unique atmosphere. The Parlor is a local spot you definitely want to check out. So says our eyes and stomachs.
InstaMeet feature 3/5: chasing light by @kari_j. Kari, along with your feature you receive a free month of unlimited hot yoga from @hothouseyogava. Hot House Yoga is owned by the Yax Family, who are native to Va Beach. They teach at both of their studios in the 757 – one in Ghent and the other in Hilltop. Their mission is to help people feel better and live their best lives. Hot House Yoga is currently running a “Free Week of Hot Yoga” for anyone and everyone – you just need to come in and start yours on our before March 31st. Namaste, y’all.
InstaMeet feature 1/5: walking on water by @globe.trotter_. Along with your feature you receive a gift card to @withlavandlace. Lavender and Lace is a quaint storefront in the heart of Norfolk’s Historic Ghent neighborhood, filled with meticulously rediscovered vintage apparel and handmade goods. The shop nurtures the aesthetic of an intuitive and happy life, free from restrictions in both fashion and form. We love them because they sponsored the InstaMeet and because their store is cute as cuss. Check them out: withlavenderandlace.com
Some green goodness for your St. Patty’s day. May we spring into more of it soon! Photo by @jenlovejewelry.
Golden hour at Fort Monroe in Hampton. Photo by @mikealis.
Photo and Va Beach exercise routine via @allen_harcourt: Current drags you 200 yards down the beach, catch a couple fun ones, swim back in and jog back to your starting point… Rinse and repeat.
The Brafferton at the College of William and Mary in Williamsburg. The Brafferton was constructed in 1723 to house the College’s Native American school, which was endowed by funds from the estate of Robert Boyle, the noted English scientist. Photo by @ccjones13.
A crane doing his best Jesus impersonation to impress all his crane friends. Stumpy Lake, Virginia Beach. Photo by @daniel_peebles.