This summer has been a time of uncovering some beautiful facades for upcoming blog post, surprisingly living in Walnut Creek I keep discovering more.

For the past few months, I’ve capture a seasoned restaurant and personal favorite Scott’s Seafood at the Plaza. Unfortunately, due to COVID-19 they had to close their doors permanently after nearly 25 years of business. Over the past years, I have had the opportunity to experience and dine at Scott’s countless times and had always found their dinner house exterior to have the perfect ambience.

Lending on the corner of what was Scott’s patio dinning room, which is now unoccupied made me think to myself how change is inevitable. Despite if you wish to stand still, you must understand nothing around you stays the same for long. Change is the process of life and for those that can’t change their mind will never be able to change the future.

What we perceive about ourselves is greatly a reflection of how we will end up living our lives.

Stephen Richards

Vintage Wool Camel Cape, similar here
Over-sized sunglasses
Rhinestone Necklace c/o Girlfriend Box
Foundation CHANEL, Lipstick MAC Cosmetics Nails, Red Carpet Manicure
Photography c/o Laurie Rockwell

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