Sometimes you just need to get away—from cell service, small talk, and civilization. For that, here’s a list of incredible vacation destinations without people.Read More
I was lucky enough to grow up in the Bay Area, so it’s with a bit of bias that I say that San Francisco is the jewel in the Golden State’s crown. It combines all the best things about the state in one trip to California. Nature, food, art, nightlife…there are always things to do…Read More
I visited Chichén Itzá, the ancient Mayan city in the Yucatan Peninsula, back in 2010. (so young! So tan!). It was the first time I’d seen something so ancient and monumental—made even more dramatic by a deafening thunderstorm that drenched the site for a solid hour during my visit. My two favorite spots within the…Read More
Country 3: Canada |This post is part of my 30×30 series. Read more here!
Take a course in good water and air, and in the eternal youth of Nature, you may renew your own.
Go quietly, alone; no harm will befall you.
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…Read More