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Mackenzie Taylor Photography

Fontainebleau, France

After a brief visit to Paris, Sarah Anne and I went to Fontainebleau, France to climb for a few days. You can read about those (mis)adventures over at Sarah Anne’s climbing blog. The forest was incredibly enchanting!   Like what you see? Show some love and “like” Mackenzie Taylor Photography on Facebook! You can also order prints of some of these images at this link.

Night Photography in Paris

After our adventures in Italy, Sarah Anne and I headed to Paris, France for a few days before moving on to Fontainebleau. On a particularly beautiful evening, we took a walk along the Seine, where I captured some of my favorite images from our European adventures.   Like what you see? Show some love and “like” Mackenzie Taylor Photography on Facebook! You can also order prints of some of these images at this link.  

Porto Santo Stefano

A few days after my recent trip to Siena, I spent an afternoon at Porto Santo Stefano, a seaport town on the western Italian coast. After passing by dozens of boats, I walked through a dark tunnel and emerged at  the most beautiful beach I’d ever seen; clear blue skies and water made for a wonderful afternoon in the sun.   Like what you see? Show some love and “like” Mackenzie Taylor Photography on Facebook! You can also order prints of some of these […]

Siena, Italy

During my recent stay in Arcidosso, Italy, I had the opportunity to take a day trip to Siena. Among many attractions, this historic city features beautiful medieval architecture, the massive Piazza del Campo, and a breathtaking view from the Torre del Mangia. Siena was positively beautiful, making for some lovely photographs! Like what you see? Show some love and “like” Mackenzie Taylor Photography on Facebook! You can also order prints of some of these images at this link.

Arcidosso, Italy

Earlier this month I had the opportunity to spend a few weeks in Arcidosso, Italy, a sleepy little town situated in the mountains of Grosseto, a province in Tuscany. I was there for a classical music festival, which the town is kind enough to host each summer. The air was enveloped in music as I walked through the small-town streets, past medieval churches and beautiful Tuscan architecture. I was there to study music, but of course I couldn’t pass up the opportunity to get […]