I’ve always been a writer. English class was the best when were in the “creative writing” module, and call me a total dweeb, but I adored vocab lists. I loved being able to look back through my composition notebook, full of those 2-3 minute quick writes we’d do at the beginning of class, just pages and pages of my own handwriting slightly embossing the back of each sheet. I love the sound of a piece of notebook paper that’s been decorated with handwriting- if you listen closely, it’s a more delicate, musical sound than a piece of printer paper. My mom has always had the most dignified handwriting- the kind that should adorn wedding envelopes or love letters. Flourishes, swoops, and the elegant, consistent slant of cursive that I’ve never quite seemed to grasp.

Maybe that love of handwriting is what drew me to Matt- he was so shy when we first began to get to know each other that in order to draw conversation out of him, I’d write questions in the back of my journal and pass it his way. Entire afternoons were spent conversing like this while we’d hang out with friends on Summer Project, and as a result, I have the record of our first conversations. Matt’s always known how much I treasure handwritten notes, so when he’d come down to visit me at Radford, he’s always make sure to hide folded up love notes in the pockets of my various jackets for me to happen upon after he’d left.

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Perhaps it’s because, living in the technologically-savvy world we live in, electronic communication is faster, easier, more efficient, and thus taking the time to write something by hand holds more value. Maybe it’s that mail from the postman is so infrequently hand-addressed that seeing my name written with an actual pen is enough to lift my spirits. Or maybe, just maybe, it’s because a letter penned by hand says more than whatever the words on the page spell out- to me, it says “I cared enough to find a stamp, envelope, and few minutes of time to write to you.”

By the way, AGP couples- I hope you all know I keep every handwritten note I get from y’all!

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What about you all? When was the last time you received something handwritten in the mail?

  • Ashley - I too am a huge fan of handwritten notes and cards. While I don’t receive them myself, I like to send random letters and cards to friends and family letting them know I’m thinking about them.ReplyCancel

  • Michelle - Hey! I see something I recognize there!

    I also completely agree with you. There’s just something about hand written notes that is so genuine that email could never capture.ReplyCancel

  • Amanda - I love handwritten notes, and amazing note cards. Love the paper source ones. I still believe in sending invites, and cards thru the mail – nothing beats it!ReplyCancel

  • Megan - Yay for handwritten notes! I see ours 😉ReplyCancel

  • Mia Bjerring - Over the years I’ve had a few penpals and I have saved and treasured every handwritten letter and gift they’ve sent me. I love handwritten letters and I love writing them too!ReplyCancel

  • Karen Field - Abby, your Great, Great Grandfather on my side of the family was the one who started the standard for beautiful handwriting and then my father, whom you never met as he was deceased when you came along, had copied his father’s handwriting, altering just one aspect. Either he couldn’t or didn’t like the slant so his beautiful cursive was straight as an arrow vertical, still gorgeous enough to hand write wedding invitations for small weddings. I carried on this family tradition only I added back the slant because school training insisted on the slant. Basically, I had to do cursive at school their way but came home to practice my own adaptation of my heritage. So thank you for commenting on my handwriting. I always have it as a daily reminder of my Dad and my Grandfather. I taught myself calligraphy in order to write all of my invitations for my wedding. Last of all, yesterday, I received a handwritten Get Well card from an e-mail friend with a note in it. That DID make me feel just a little bit better!ReplyCancel

  • Jean - I love hand written notes and cards. I am sorry that it is declining. A lot of history was saved by folks saving letters from loved ones. I have a stash of some of those, myself. Who will read them when I am gone?ReplyCancel

  • Sarah H. - I most recently got a card in the mail from my best friend back in the States. It made my day!ReplyCancel

  • Kristen Duffy - I LOVE LETTERS. They’re the best! And if we’re talking about this in terms of love languages, maybe it’s even more special because it’s quality time + (usually) words of affirmation. Double love. :)ReplyCancel

Back when Matt and I were planning our trip, I’d thrown out the idea of going to Paris for a night. “When will we ever have a chance to do this again?” We’d already be next door in England, and I’d been dreaming of traveling to France since the age of 12. Maybe it was because of my history of ballet and the undeniable connection France has to the arts, or maybe it was the four years of French I took in high school, or maybe just the idea of France; elegant, sophisticated, soft and graceful. Whatever it was, I had to go. I just had to. In the end, we settled on four days in Paris- I was over the moon.

When we arrived in Paris, after managing to find our way to the hotel, I was completely overwhelmed. I wanted to see EVERYTHING, but not in a touristy way- I didn’t want to stand in line for the Eiffel Tower or pay for an admission to the Louvre just to sprint through to see the three most famous paintings. We wanted to experience Paris- to walk her streets, see her people, be inspired by Parisian life. We were enthralled with the idea of sitting in a cafe for an hour, two hours, just to watch life go on around us. No schedule, no pressure of having to be at this tour by a certain hour, just a slow, unhurried stroll through the streets of one of the most culturally rich cities in the world. 

I needed this. I needed Paris. It breathed life into my artist’s heart and set my soul on fire for travel, for history, for something I haven’t yet found words for. Paris taught me about my own artistic perspective and tendencies, to embrace what it is that makes me tick as a creative. I love the United States and Reston will always be my favorite place on Earth, but I think Paris might be my second home.

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This is one of my favorite images from our trip. We stepped inside Saint Sulpice, a church just a few blocks away from Notre Dame. The way the light was streaming through the windows took my breath away.

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A bit of black & white film is never out of place in Paris.

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For those who are curious- a mix of Fuji 400H, Portra 400 & Portra 800, and Ilford HP5, all shot on the Contax 645, developed at Richard Photo Lab.
  • Urška Majer - These are simply amazing! And that light in the church…gorgeous :)ReplyCancel

  • Rebekah Hoyt - WOW Abby! These are stunning!!!ReplyCancel

  • Morgan Wiltshire - Fantastic photos Abby! Transported me back to my trip in March, such a stunning city, I could visit over and over again! xxReplyCancel

  • Emilia Jane - Aww this makes me miss Paris. You look beautiful in that dress too :-)ReplyCancel

  • Jean - Beautiful photos, Abby. Just gorgeous!ReplyCancel

  • Krista A. Jones - Abby this is gorgeous! I love that photo of you on the steps! I’m so glad you have the chance to go to Paris!ReplyCancel

  • Paula - These are amazing! So beautiful.ReplyCancel

  • Dani - Wow, Abby. These are so beautiful. If I am being honest, Charles du Galle airport made me never want to step foot into the actual city of Paris (I had a connecting flight to Florence and the airport was a terrible experience) but your pictures are making me re-think that. I love how charming and quaint it all looks and you look like a total natural there. I really hope you are purchasing a giant canvas of one of the Saint Sulpice photos for your wall. I love the one with the light streaming in through the dome. Beautiful as always!!ReplyCancel

  • ashley barnett - I feel like I could literally smell those peonies! :) Love the quiet and thoughtful-ness of these images, that they aren’t hurried “tourist shots”.ReplyCancel

  • AF - these images are just so lovely. i too dreamed of visiting paris my whole life. i finally did in 2001 and met my english husband on my first night in paris near the sacre coeur. we spent one magical day walking around paris and have now been married almost 12 years and have 2 beautiful boys. paris indeed has a bit of my heart. <3ReplyCancel

  • Megan Chase - I studied abroad in Paris and you just took me right back in time! Thank you! These images are so soft and sweet! I am absolutely in love!ReplyCancel

  • desi - Love these photos! Your style in film is just as dreamy if not more than your digital images! Absolutely gorgeous work!ReplyCancel

  • Rebekah Carter - I love your philosophy for traveling. I hate doing all the typical touristy stuff too. I’d rather just walk around & experience life as it happens in a new (to me) place. These pictures are all so fabulous. I agree with whoever else said you should get a canvas of one of the pictures taken inside that church. The lighting is just begging for a canvas.ReplyCancel

  • Megan - Amazing! These are probably my favorite of all your Europe film photos. And you look great, girl!ReplyCancel

  • molly stillman - as usual… wow. i really hope you get prints of these!ReplyCancel

  • Christy Tyler - These are seriously stunning!! This makes me want to travel & use my mamiya again! LOVE FILM. Yes!!!ReplyCancel

  • Melissa Perlman - Truly beautiful. I too have always dreamed of going to Paris. I think your right soo many of us artists connect to such a history. Thank you for your post it makes me save a little more for our trip that we are planning. Also I must pick your brain on where you went while you were there. The macaroons, flowers, and ballet shoes were my favorite:)ReplyCancel

  • Jen Jar - I definitely have to go to Paris one day! And the bird dress is SO CUTE!!!ReplyCancel

  • Sarah Street - Beautiful! Paris is one of my favorite places that I have visited.ReplyCancel

  • Sabrina - When I dream, I dream of Paris. And you captured her SO beautifully! I haven’t shot film in Paris since 2004… but each time I see her streets in black and white it makes me want to go back with nothing but rolls of film and my camera. GORGEOUS photos, Abby! So glad y’all were able to spend more than just a day there :-)ReplyCancel

  • Tammi Meade - I love looking at these. It just goes to show how well you know the triangle to dial in correct exposure. To take pictures with film and have them be so perfectly exposed is art. You are truly a painter of light. Well done.ReplyCancel

  • Dede - Loved your pictures of Paris! So artistic and capturing the “feel” of the place.
    Want to get together and hear of your adventures!ReplyCancel

  • Karen Allen - Holy moly girl, these are stunning!!ReplyCancel

  • Mia Bjerring - These photos are absolutely amazing! Paris is just the most amazing city! These photos made me fall in love with Paris all over again!ReplyCancel

  • Angela Snyder - That is SO Paris, I went there in high school with my Mom…that city is something else. You really captured everything I loved about that city! I don’t know if you went to the L’Orangerie, but if you didn’t get the chance, go when you go back!!!!ReplyCancel

  • Colette - Incredibly beautiful! Daydreaming about Paris now *sigh*ReplyCancel

  • Karen Field - Well, if I never get to go to Paris, I will feel as though I’ve already been. I have known you were artistic for years. When you began in photography, I realized you were an artist-in-progress. Now I know you are an artiste, to use a lovely French word (beau francais mot, missing the correct formation of the c)! A mother’s pride in seeing her only daughter living out the arts in ways I had only dreamed of for myself. It is so much more pleasurable to watch it in you. And you’re only 25 years old! (Veinte cinqe ans.) Vive la France! Vive Abby!ReplyCancel

  • Meredith Sledge - Love the shot of the ballet shoes and the one of you beside it! Too cute!ReplyCancel

  • Rici - Super lovely images Abby!!
    Love the one of you on the stairs in this cute dress!
    ~ Saluti.ReplyCancel

  • Allie - Gaaah! These are gorgeous! I want to go to Paris now :)ReplyCancel

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It took him three tries to get her to go on that first date- “I think she liked playing hard to get,” he said with a smile. But as the saying goes, the third time’s the charm and they finally found themselves out on that elusive date. And then another date… and another one. There were trips to the beach, lots of those, and somewhere between Ocean City and Salisbury, Maryland, they fell in love. Real, authentic love. So when Billy, a middle school PE teacher, arrived to pick Jenny up on a date wearing khakis, rather than his usual basketball shorts, she knew something was afoot. He told her he wanted to take her back to the beach to enjoy the ocean, which wouldn’t have seemed strange if it weren’t January and absolutely freezing outside. But the chilly weather worked to their advantage- they had the entire beach to themselves, so when he lowered himself to one knee to ask her to be his wife, it was just them, the ocean, and miles of sand in either direction. Perfect.

Billy & Jenny, I knew within the first two minutes of meeting you all that you belong together. It was such a pleasure spending the morning with you both and I’m so thankful to have had the chance to photograph your love!

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Happy Wednesday!

  • Rebekah Hoyt - So so sooooo gorgeous Abby! Definitely one of my all-time favorites of yours! :)ReplyCancel

  • Jean - Abby, these are outstanding images! The colors are so beautiful and what a gorgeous couple. Great job!ReplyCancel

  • Urška Majer - These are totally gorgeous!ReplyCancel

  • Kaitlyn Phipps - Abby, these took my breath away. The light is dreamy! I am in love with these!ReplyCancel

  • Nora - Abby, these are AMAZING! :)ReplyCancel

  • Valen - Wowwww! Possibly my all time favorite engagement shoot of yours, Abby! Stunning.ReplyCancel

  • Marisa Crider - STUNNING, Abby! Just gorgeous! This is one of my favs for sure ☺ReplyCancel

  • Kendal - Seriously some of the best engagement photos ever!!! Definitely a favorite of yours Abby!!!!ReplyCancel

  • Rebekah Carter - Wow, a new favorite for sure! They just so relaxed & natural. This could be in a magazine for sure.ReplyCancel

  • Shalese - Gorgeous :) you are the queen of sunrises!ReplyCancel

  • ashley link - this is seriously one of my favorite sessions of yours!!! love love love it!!!! :) love her bold choice in colors too! such a beautiful session and i love their story! :)ReplyCancel

  • Sarah H. - Oh my goodness – how cute are they?!

    I love the picture with the ferris wheel in the background – the colors go perfectly with their outfits!ReplyCancel

  • Allie - Oh my gosh, Abby. These photos are breathtaking! I have NO words :)ReplyCancel

I am SO excited to share these with you guys today- Stamford is one of my all-time favorite places in the world and these film scans do way more justice than the last batch of images I took five years ago. Stamford is hundreds of years old, and the building facades you’ll see are the originals. I’m in love with Stamford’s tiny winding roads, uneven rooftops, gaggles of mismatched chimneys, everything. You guys are going to fall head over heels too, just watch!

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^This street was one of the many locations used as a backdrop in the 2005 Keira Knightly version of Pride & Prejudice. See? I told you Stamford is perfect.

For those who are curious- a mix of Fuji 400H, Portra 400 & Portra 800, all shot on the Contax 645, developed at Richard Photo Lab.

Happy Tuesday!

  • Erica - Oh Abby, these are stunning! Such a beautiful city and you capture the charm of it wonderfully!ReplyCancel

  • tori - that pink bus! <3ReplyCancel

  • Hannah Rancourt - I’m not a huge fan of London, I mean it would be nice to visit but big cities are so not my thing. This however is heaven! How cute is this little village!?! I LOVE it! I may have to go to England one day just to visit the countryside!ReplyCancel

  • Rebekah Hoyt - Beautiful!!ReplyCancel

  • Christina - So lovely!ReplyCancel

  • molly stillman - oh my gosh… these are just stunning. wow! you are so talented.ReplyCancel

  • Mia Bjerring - Beautiful photos!! I love, no, I mean LOVE that pink and white bus! It is amazing!!ReplyCancel

  • Banafsheh - Such pretty photos! They are helping me to remember my visit to Bath a few years ago. I love the charm of old English towns and the surrounding countryside. Must.watch.Sense & Sensibility.tonight. :)ReplyCancel

  • Sharon Elizabeth - holy gorgeous!ReplyCancel

  • Urška Majer - Love these photos! And that pink van!ReplyCancel

  • Emily Wright - OH. SO. BREATHTAKING!!!ReplyCancel

  • Jean - Beautiful photos, Abby! I know you and Matt enjoyed your trip. How could you not with all that beauty surrounding you!ReplyCancel

  • Dad - I love Stamford too! Beautiful pics girl!ReplyCancel

  • Natalie Franke - These images are breathtaking! I literally googled Stamford after seeing this post… Ahh! It’s a dream! So happy you were able to take some personal photographs and really enjoy the trip!ReplyCancel

  • Kristen - GORGEOUS.ReplyCancel

  • Ann Lansdown - Hi Abby,
    Thanks so much for send me your link, have spent the evening looking at your amazing photos. As you know I have lived in England all my life, but guess what, have never been to Stamford, must put it on my list of places to visit, it looks delightful.
    Your enthusiasm and passion shines through in all your work, everything looks glorious.
    Thank you for sharing your photos with me.

    Was lovely to meet you both when you were here and glad that you had such a great time.

    Best wishes AnnReplyCancel

Alright, people. Let’s talk about Netflix. I’m convinced this thing is the best/worst thing that’s ever happened to me. Matt & I have never been the kind of people who sit around and watch TV, unless it’s a Nationals, Redskins, or Cowboys game. Or the first season of Once Upon A Time (because really, anything after that was rubbish). I could never get into watching shows at the rate of one episode per week- the suspense would irritate me too much. You’d never pick up a REALLY good book and read one chapter, then put the book down and come back a week later for another chapter, would you? Thus my feelings on network television.

But then along came Netflix, where you can watch entire seasons of shows you never cared about when they were in their prime. Matt & I made our way through all six seasons of LOST in just a few short weeks- sure, the last two seasons didn’t make a lick of sense, but at least I didn’t have to wait for SIX YEARS to find that out. Last night I discovered Glee on Netflix. I’m pretty sure I’m done for.

As always, lessons learned/things that transpired over the weekend!

  • I’ve liked Nutella as long as I’ve known of its existence, but for some reason I’d always just eat it by the spoonful. Last week I slathered it on a piece of wheat bread… and my life will never be the same. How have I never have Nutella toast? Nutella sanwiches? Nutella + bread = heaven.
  • Speaking of Nutella, I’m painfully aware of my addiction to sugar and have been attempting a “sugar fast.” It’s not going very well- I keep trying to reason away things like strawberry shortcake with logic like “I ran 15 miles yesterday, my body NEEDS this!”
  • Last Sunday marked our four year anniversary dating anniversary! …and Matt & I both forgot. So we celebrated on Saturday with a trip to the batting cages and Harry Potter & The Half-Blood Prince (because our relationship officially started at the premier to said movie).
  • Aaand speaking of batting cages, this was my first trip ever- it became exceedingly clear to me that NOT pursuing a career in softball was a wise move.

On Friday morning, I was lucky enough to shoot this adorable couple in Ocean City, Maryland- I cannot WAIT to share the rest of Billy & Jenny’s engagement session! Sunrise on the East coast is unbeatable.

Ocean City, Maryland sunrise engagement session- Abby Grace Photography

Happy Monday!

**There are a few seats still up for grabs for next month’s workshop- check it out HERE and make sure to snag your spot!**

  • Urška Majer - Oh, i know how a “sugar diet” can be difficult! I’ve been on low sugar diet for the past few months(i decided to eat healthier). It was really difficult at first when everybody was eating something sweet but i ate a lot of fruit in the start and it helped. Also in a few weeks everything normally sweet will be too sweet for you so you don’t even want to taste it 😀ReplyCancel

  • Lisa - If your mind is blown over Nutella on toast by itself, prepare yourself:

    Toasty (melty) Nutella and peanut butter sandwiches.

    You’re welcome.ReplyCancel

  • Jean - Nutella is great! We have a couple of shows that I like to watch on TV. It gives me something to look forward to. Love the picture.ReplyCancel

  • Rebekah Hoyt - Ooo gorgeous sneak peek! I can’t wait to see more! I LOVE Nutella! I first had it on a family trip to Switzerland when I was 8 years old and I thought it was a European thing. When we came back to the States and my mom kept it stocked in our pantry, I was SO excited! Nutella on toast is THE best, but my second favorite is a PB+nutella sandwich – SO good!!ReplyCancel

  • Laura Barnes - The first season of New Girl is now instant watch on Netflix and it’s pretty much the best thing ever. You have to check it out! Trust me – you won’t stop laughing!ReplyCancel

  • Rachel Wells - Oooo, love the preview! Can’t wait to see the rest of that engagement session! I have the biggest sweet tooth EVER, and constantly try sugar fasting. It never goes well for me…I DID make it a month one time, though!ReplyCancel

  • Alexandra {Heart Love Weddings} - Goodness, this picture is gorgeous!!! <3ReplyCancel

  • Kathryn Grace - You’ve gotta try Nutella slathered on a King’s Hawaiian roll… it’s pure happiness. :-)ReplyCancel

  • Tina Raquel - This is so beautiful! I see a lot of “under the dock” photos, and they are often too dark or shadowing, this is just perfect! I’d love to have a photo like this!ReplyCancel

  • Krista A. Jones - Seriously Abby that image is STUNNING! I can’t wait to see the full post! And my husband just started cutting sugar yesterday too!ReplyCancel

  • Hannah Rancourt - This image is PERFECT! I’m in love!ReplyCancel

  • Sarah H. - I am right there with ya girl about Netflix! We finally got what we needed in order to have Netfilx, Pandora, etc of here. And I am so thankful! And yet – I find it absolutely too easy to sit on the couch and watch episode after episode of Parks and Rec – all of which I have seen already. lol. Oh – and I got Greg into Bones, so we are starting at season one – did I mention I have seen probably 6 of the seasons entirely already? lol.ReplyCancel