Travel Inspiration: State Hall of the Austrian National Library in Photos

I have a small confession to make. On my first trip to Vienna, I tried to find this mythical library. It was meant to be the most beautiful thing a bibliophile could ever bear witness to. But I…couldn’t find the door. And by the time I did, it was closed for the day. No chance.…

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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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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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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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Travel Inspiration: Neuschwanstein in Photos

Neuschwanstein Castle has certainly earned its fairytale reputation. Tim and I visited it in the fall of my first year in Germany. He was mildly amused by my fangirl hype on the drive up and laughed out loud at my literal gasp when we spotted it nestled in the fall foliage. The fact is, for…

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Travel Inspiration: Wrocław in Photos

Tim’s fraternity was founded in WrocÅ‚aw, so on the way back to Berlin, we stopped to have a look at the city. WrocÅ‚aw is utterly charming. The pastel colors of the buildings along the square reminded me of a mix between Disneyland’s Fairyland and a Wes Anderson movie set. Our Easter weekend was cold and…

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Travel Inspiration: The Ghost Town in Photos

Kolmanskop, otherwise known as the Ghost Town, is an old diamond-mining town just outside of Lüderitz. It was founded at the beginning of last century, back when Namibia was known as the colony of German South West Africa. Explorers found diamonds that had been washed over by the Orange River, and boom! a diamond rush began. Residents—many…

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Travel Inspiration: Sossusvlei in Photos

The last few posts have been pretty wordy,  so let’s let the pictures say their thousand words. Pin it!

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