This is my last shameless plug for the Chrystina Noel 2015 Calendar (this week). Last year’s calendar had locations listed on each photo, but this year I didn’t. The locations weren’t as impressive as Munich and Bangalore this year, but each photo has a story of its own that I feel like is worth sharing. So here goes nothing.
January’s champagne photo was taken at Moshulu while brunching with Jai, Marie, and Claire for our 2014 Christmas celebration.
February’s photo was taken at The Bakers Jar, a recently opened Philadelphia dessert restaurant. Highly recommend checking it out.
March’s photo was taken behind the Philadelphia Art Museum during the second photoshoot I did of Ryan.
April’s photo was taken while camping through Bryce Canyon, Utah with on the 13-mile hike where I pooped in the woods.
May’s photo was taken at Nottoway Plantation in White Castle, Louisiana while my parents were visiting to see the Baton Rouge Chorus concert this past summer.
June’s photo was taken at my dad’s cousin Tree’s house. The colors and textures of the rooms in her house are all so natural & comfortable.
July’s photo was taken while I was taken photographs for the what to dunk in a chocolate fountain post during a party at Johanna and John’s house.
August’s photo was taken at my friend Kevin’s house on my first trip ever to Denver, Colorado taken last January.
September’s photo was taken at the Good Karma located at 22nd and Pine, one of my go to coffee shops in Philadelphia.
October’s photo was taken while up in the Poconos with my senior design group.
November’s photo was also taken while up in the Poconos with my senior design group. The first morning we woke up there were lots of deer hanging out right outside.
December’s photo was also taken while up in the Poconos with my senior design group. This is Michelle and Kevin, they’re engaged to be married next year.
Those are all of the stories behind the calendar. Definitely worth sharing, right? We’ll have to see how my focus on experiences this year affects the 2016 calendar. I’m sure everybody would love a calendar with pictures of my family sitting around eating dinner, right?
PS. Here’s the link for the calendar if you happen to need it.