Today is the day for my BIG announcement...because I'm about to POP! After about 8 months of dreaming, hoping, planning, and coordinating, it's officially official...we're moving to MAINE! I grew up in Southern Maine and it's always been a dream of mine to go back. So we're packing our bags and boxes and heading up north for the next year! I'm still pinching myself that my boys will be able to experience what makes New England one of the most magical, beautiful places to live. I'm so excited to document and share with you our move from Charleston, SC to York, ME...'The Mizzells Move to Maine!' I hope you follow our adventure, so stay tuned.
To all my families here in Charleston and Columbia, I'll see all your smiling faces next summer when we return, and to all my peeps in New England and the Seacoast area, I CANNOT wait to get you all in front of my camera lens soon... I'm so giddy with excitement!! More to come on our adventure.
The summer solstice is supposed to have me thinking about how long the blessed day can be, but instead I’m thinking about how short their twin nights can be and how to invent time to rest when there simply isn’t any. I have been so completely saturated with projects and inspiration this month. It’s such a fortunate thing to experience.
Thank you to everyone who entered to win two tickets to @oldyorkhistorical's Open Doors of York house and garden tour! The winner of the giveaway is ✨@lexxi.parker ✨ Congratulations! For those that are interested in buying tickets, head over to oldyork.org 🏡🌷
Dawn at the Burnt Island Lighthouse.
This is one of the locations that we will visit this October during my *Coastal Maine Photography Workshop* at the @spruce_point_inn in beautiful Boothbay Harbor, Maine. This is a terrific opportunity to improve your photography while enjoying the hospitality of Maine’s finest resort. More information about this unique small-group learning opportunity at http://bit.ly/CoastalMainePhotoWorkshop
Ta da! Last day of spring, #dockquest 227. (I’m pretty sure; gotta check.) Fresh installation at Migis Lodge. Home field, new view. Thermometer said 62 but it felt warmer. Now summer can arrive. 🙂🏊🏽♀️
Ok, I know I'm a broken record at this point, BUT I'M IN LOVE WITH THIS HOUSE! The entryway, the Palladian window, the perfect symmetry on the front facade...yes, please, thank you 🙌 It was built c. 1820 for Moses Davis and his wife Mary. The home is noticeably large, but it makes sense when you factor in the 12 children that Moses and Mary had 👫👫👫👫👫👫