Brooklyn is so delicious.
Food mural on Graham Avenue
Ps. Thank you Greenpoint/Williamsburg for the being the only place where the corner stores have more gluten-free stuff than you can imagine.
The beach can be so aDOORable. Am I right?
International Surfing Day. June 20th, 2014. Ocean City, NJ.
That time when horses roamed free….in North Philly
Mission District Mural
San Francisco, I’m really missing you.
Misty morning at winter’s end.
I’ve been rediscovering the Pennsylvanian suburbs. It’s amazing how you think you know a place but a quick glimmer, a fleeting second shows you some beauty you’ve never noticed before. This scene above allowed me to see a familiar sight in a new light—literally and figuratively.
It helps to go away from a place for awhile and return. Whenever I travel, everything looks grand and exciting because of its novelty. It is sometimes best to see through the eyes of a visitor. You’ll encounter your same “boring stomping grounds,” as if you’re being introduced for the first time.
This is from a journey to North Carolina in 2012. I went by this old abandoned house almost everyday during my visit. Each time, I was captivated by it. Its simplistic beauty and its isolation drew me in. The sun shone beautifully the last day I was there as I captured this picture.
Abandoned is never forgotten. It’s just waiting to be seen.
Somewhere near Laurel Springs North Carolina. May 2012.
The best kind of Santa is Santa Cruz…