Revelation Photography’s location is always changing. That's because owner and photographer Nicole Mondestin keeps her studio entirely mobile. She hauls portable lighting and backgrounds to all sorts of locations, shooting photo sessions both indoors and outside. Depending on her clients' wishes, she might capture moments at parks or in front of a living-room fireplace. She also photographs weddings. After each shoot, Nicole retouches each and every photo.
The weight-loss experts at Long Island Medical Wellness scale back weight gain by getting to the heart of the physical and emotional issues that may have caused it. The staff, which include a doctor who specializes in bariatric medicine, administer a combination of energy-boosting supplements, personalized meal plans, and exercise to tackle the metabolic aspects of staying slim. Meanwhile, individual counseling sessions provide valuable encouragement and advice, such as tips on how to use asparagus spears to make a filling soup or a fetching bolo tie. The center also bolsters patients' self-images with aesthetic treatments, such as cosmetic injectables.
Sanibel Chophouse's owner was inspired by summers spent on Sanibel Island (on Florida's Gulf Coast) to create a restaurant with an elegant, island-resort atmosphere and classically prepared steak and seafood dishes. Navigate Sanibel's surf-and-turf matrix to perform a linear computation of six meats, such as filet mignon and chicken cutlets, and four seafoods, including lobster tail and Maryland crab cake (range $24–$45, mean $32.42, median $32.50, mode $28 and $32). Or go for the easy-to-hold chophouse burger: applewood-smoked bacon, cheddar cheese, fried onion strings, and special sauce stacked atop a huge, juicy ground-beef circle (served with lettuce, tomato, pickle, and fries, $14). The menu is rife with meaty eats, such as cider-brined pork chops ($21), and dry-aged steaks, including a 20-ounce rib eye ($32).