"When God made me born a yankee he was teasin'..."
By far, the best argument for living in the South is this beautiful season. My historic neighborhood of Grant Park comes into bloom like no other and walking through it makes me silly with happiness. I wanted to capture the beauty of it while I had chance, cause it sadly does not last very long.
I have always wanted to have my own magazine. In junior high I made one for a school project, cutting & pasting it together and xeroxing every page. I even landed an interview with actress Teri Garr for it. I bombarded her agent with calls and one night, just before dinner the phone rang. I can still remember my Mom's astonished face after she asked who it was. I was 13. So you might imagine how exciting I find a site like Issuu, which allows anyone to digitally publish! So above is a little slice of Pie with the full shoot, follow the prompts to see it in high res form. Don't see it? Then click this button.
Speights & Faron, who kindly provided the bags for this shoot, is giving away these adorable jute handbags! Can't wait? They are also offering 15% off through April 30th with the promo code: PIEWACKET
To enter: comment on this post and complete this little informal survey; What you think of digital magazines? Would you like to see a magazine version of Piewacket? Do you read any digital mags? If so which ones? Be sure to include your email in the appropriate box (it will not be public) or you will not be entered. One entry per person, you can earn a bonus entry by following Pie on Facebook and one more bonus entry by commenting on the Pie wall post on their Facebook page. The winner will be chosen via random.org. You have till midnight March 17th to enter.
all photos & content © Lara Rossignol
special thanks to the Indigo Girls for the lyric inspiration