Travel

#iPhoneography | Radcliffe Camera

May 11, 2014 iPhoneography, Travel

A throwback…just rediscovered this iPhone pic of Radcliffe Camera from our trip to Oxford, England in 2010.

#iPhoneography | LA Eats

May 3, 2014 iPhoneography, Travel

Thirty-six hours in LA and we’ve been eating like kings. Indian. Persian. Jewish. Japanese. Peruvian.

La-La Land

May 2, 2014 Travel

Places to go. Food to eat. Coffee, much coffee, to consume. The LA travel map for May 2014. View Los Angeles, May 2014 in a larger map

Northern Michigan Lights, Winter 2014

January 4, 2014 Art & Design, Travel

Here are some images of lights I captured on a recent trip to northern Michigan. The purpose of this trip was to serve as both a vacation and a nordic skiing adventure. However, I found myself engrossed in Michigan’s maritime history. Speaking to this, I’ve been doing a great bit of reading on/researching since returning home. I’ve found the following books to be both informative and enjoyable: Legends of the Light: A Michigan Lighthouse Portfolio The Living Great Lakes: SearchingRead More

55th Annual Mackinac Bridge Walk.

September 3, 2012 Fitness, Travel

Here are some photographs from the 55th Annual Mackinac Bridge Walk. This was our first time participating in the annual five mile walk. Despite the crowds, the walk across the bridge at sunrise was beautiful! Recommendations from our itinerary: Eat at Legs Inn in Cross Village. It might be the best Polish restaurant in the state. Stay at Wilderness State Park. Campsites are next to the Lake Michigan shoreline and the location is a short drive to the Mackinac BridgeRead More

iPhoneography: Mackinac Bridge

July 28, 2012 iPhoneography

iPhoneography: Sunset on Lake Huron

July 27, 2012 iPhoneography

iPhonegraphy: The Vatican

May 12, 2012 iPhoneography

iPhoneography: Pantheon

May 10, 2012 iPhoneography

Minneapolis, Minnesota

April 30, 2012 Travel

Highlights from my first day in Minneapolis. I spent a few hours exploring the Walker Art Center. This was my first visit to the museum. The Walker has served as a huge source of inspiration over the years due to their leadership within the museum field. I’ve been especially inspired and challenged by their new media initiatives. The museum lived up to my expectations. Several great exhibits were on display, including Lifelike (“a close examination of artworks based on commonplaceRead More