elizabeth stene


It feels amazing to be back in the long, hot days of summer, and nothing says “summer” more than fresh produce.  Recently, I attended the open house at the Joshua Farm in Harrisburg.  It’s an urban farm that sells organic fruits and vegetables while promoting education and vocational services for at-risk youth.  Marking five years of sustainable agriculture and youth employment the farm welcomed the community with tours, scavenger hunts, amazing food from the farm, live music by Crooked Hill and a mural at the entrance of the farm sponsored by Beat-Play.  Check out some of the photos from the event!

I’m in the process of spring cleaning my archives and transferring my favorite pics to a new website.  In the process I’ve stumbled onto some great images that were overlooked.  Here’s one of my favorite shots of an iceberg from Antarctica.  For anyone who knows me - I absolutely hate the cold - but Antarctica is still one of my favorite places in the world.  The way the ice forms over hundreds of years is absolutely beautiful.  

And - the penguins are incredibly cute! I’m sure I’ll be back again…