May 25, 2016

Reading Pagoda: Her Style

One gloomy (but dry!!!) Saturday in May, Kyle and I headed up a winding road to the Reading Pagoda. I vaguely remember visiting as a child, but I think my memories of the Philadelphia Museum of Art's tea house merged with the Pagoda memories and created an over-the-top, magical scene in the mountains of central PA. Don't get me wrong, it was still a beautiful scene. Being so high up above the city of Reading combined with the Chinese inspired architecture created the most wonderful, picturesque backdrops for an outfit shoot. Not to mention, it gave me an excuse to break out the cameras and shoot some architecture and nature photos as examples for my photo classes. Win-win. I'll share some of the photos I captured soon, but first, here's some of the shots Kyle took when I handed him my camera and said to start snapping.
Hat // Top (actually a dress): For Love & Lemons (similar) // Bralette // Jeans: Guess // Booties: Target (similar)

Thanks for stopping by! xo

1 comment:

  1. The Buddha statue of Leshan is the tallest stone Buddha statue in the world, carved out of a cliff face by an 8th-century monk in southern Szechuan province, China click There are two holy relics pagoda on top of Doi (mountain) Inthanon national park. 1st one was build to commemorate the 60th birthday anniversary of King Bhumibol on 5th December 1987 and the build on 12th August 1992 to honour Queens Sirikit 60th birthday.


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