Travel Inspiration: Stockholm in Photos

Nothing compares to Stockholm in the summer—especially since I’ve never seen it in the winter! 😉 I’ve been to the Swedish capital twice—once for a family visit, and once on a shoot—and it’s pure magic. A fat, buttery sun that melts down the streets, the sky a bright and endless blue, tidy buildings in pastel…

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Things We Are Not Taller Than: Athens, Greece

This post is part of a series. You can read about the origins of our travel tradition here. “We approached Athens from the north in early twilight, climbing a hill. When we reached its peak, we were dazzled to look down and see the Acropolis struck by one beam of the setting sun, as it posing…

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Travel Inspiration: Naxos, Greece

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Travel Inspiration: Venice in Photos

Though many tourists treat it like a daytrip, Venice is a magical place, begging for a deep dive (and not just because it’s filled with water). Plan to leave enough time to wander, observe, and truly enjoy this unreal city.

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Things We Are Not Taller Than: Venice, Italy

This post is part of a series. You can read about the origins of our travel tradition here. If you look at the Campanile San Marco, you’d be shocked to know that it was built 1000 years ago. The graceful, fluted lines; the narrow, tapered windows; the patina’ed peak at the top of which rotates the…

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Things We Are Not Taller Than: Salisbury, England

This post is part of a series. You can read about the origins of our travel tradition here. It was built by the druids. Or by Merlin. Or by giants, who, while dancing in a ring, became frozen by an inexplicable power and turned to stone. It was magic, or superb engineering, or the work of…

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Things We Are Not Taller Than: London, England

This post is part of a series. You can read about the origins of our travel tradition here. When you think about the world’s most iconic buildings, Big Ben has to spring to mind. It instantly conveys London, the same way the Statue of Liberty or Eiffel Tower convey New York City and Paris. But did…

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Things We Are Not Taller Than: Berlin, Germany

Nothing thrills me more than passing the Brandenburger Tor. So iconic, so stately, so scarred with history. It always instantly calls to mind the famous John F. Kennedy speech (or rather more accurately, the bits sampled in Gostan’s Klanga—an earworm if ever I had one). Tim and I took this shot on our first visit…

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Travel Inspiration: Vancouver in Photos

Another plus of going on photoshoots? Everything is damn photogenic. Vancouver, in general, is a very photogenic city—I particularly loved the rich, earthy tones that echoed in both the natural and the urban landscapes. Rusty reds, chunky yellows, the blues of a thousand worn-down denim jeans. It was my first time in the city (and…

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