Introducing... Megan At Play

Megan Moulton-Levy, an aspiring photographer, talks about her first set of photos from her world travels.

Published August 20, 2012 12:00

Introducing... Megan At Play
Lindsay Lee-Waters

NEW HAVEN, CT, USA - The first of a new regular feature on wtatennis.com sees doubles specialist Megan Moulton-Levy bringing us photos from her world travels - the first set comes from Bad Gastein. Read on and enjoy!

Monday, August 20, 2012

Hey everyone and welcome to my first edition of Megan At Play!

I took these first photos in June. Lindsay and I signed into the other WTA event that was being held that week in Birmingham, England, but we ended up not getting in so at the last second we decided to go to Bad Gastein.

We arrived there late at night but in the morning we woke up to the most breathtaking mountain views. Even though it was pouring for the first three days of our trip we knew we had to get out and explore...

The day these pictures were taken was our second "expedition day". After a tough loss to Anna-Lena Groenefeld and Petra Martic, we decided not to wallow in our loss but instead take the Gastein Stubnerkogel gondola up the most stunning snow-capped mountain range in Austria.

I hope you enjoy my first batch of photos... click here to see them!

Lindsay Lee-Waters

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