fields of gold {find beauty friday + lovely links}

Another field of wild flowers that I couldn't help but pull over to photograph.  I love the bright and Summery bokeh effect. (Anyone else think of Sting's 1993 hit Fields of Gold when you see this?  No?  Just me?)  

I did a lot of online reading this week so here are a few of my favorites...
1 // In an effort to discover more blogs to follow, I stumbled upon Humans of New York on Bloglovin's popular photography page.  It has now become my favorite daily read.  Do yourself a favor and check it out. You can thank me later. 

2 // As a former vegetarian now turned carnivore I found the Vegan vs Paleo article Sugar Free Glow shared really interesting.  Never really thought about how much these seemingly completely different dietary lifestyles are in fact actually pretty similar.  

3 // If you are need of a good Summer band to get into this year, Jamestown Revival is perfect.  Check out their YouTube channel for all of their beautiful videos.  They are currently on tour so make sure to check to see if they are visiting your city.  

4 // 10 useful tips for Instagram, more specifically #2.  We all have at least one person in our feed who is posting constantly but we hate to stop following in fear we may offend.  Here is how to end that pesky little problem.   

What are your favorite moments you captured this week?
Any good links you want to share?  I am always up for a good read.

because this song never gets old to me...
Mr. Brightside (Jacques Lu Cont's Thin White Duke mix) by The Killers on Grooveshark

Linking up with AimeeWhitney, and Amanda today!

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  1. This photo is gorgeous!! You should frame this one!!

  2. Love your photo!!! Very beautiful shot.

  3. Humans of New York is the greatest thing ever. It shows more than a photo but a bit of someones life. A lot of cities have followed this idea and they are great finds!

    xo. Kailagh

  4. I'm a vegetarian - just curious why you went back to meat. Share :)
    Off to check out the Instagram thing :)

  5. I love seeing the pictures on the Humans of New York FB page. Such great stories! And that field of flowers that you stopped to photograph is just lovely. Well done :)


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