I flew into Austin late the night before. It was 2013, and I was in a city I hadn’t yet spent much time in, but I knew one thing– I needed to meet some photographers. I was working on a skunkworks project, and knew from past experience that photographers were a great match for the project. […]
About McKinney Falls State Park This beautiful state park is located just south of Austin city center, and west of the Austin Bergstrom International Airport. Getting to McKinney Falls State Park is super easy, even during rush hour because it’s nicely situated just outside of the city. The park plays host to many activities including […]
My quest for the best hiking trails Hiking is one of my favorite activities in Austin, and the city is home to one of the most extensive urban trail systems in the country. There are plenty of trails outside of the Austin city limits, but over the past year, I’ve been searching for the best […]
About Castlerigg Stone Circle The Castlerigg Stone Circle is one of the oldest British stone circles (sometimes called a mini-Stonehenge), as it was constructed around 3000 BCE. Castlerigg (and the area surrounding the stone circle) is ridiculously picturesque with beautiful sweeping panoramic views of area mountains. I’d imagine that if you’re lucky enough to catch a sunrise […]
If you happen to be in Austin on a hot and sweltering Tuesday afternoon, don’t make dinner plans. Instead, cruise on over to The Long Center for the Performing Arts to experience a local summer tradition, Trailer Food Tuesdays.
As with many towns in Iowa that have grown up to become small cities, Council Bluffs has had, and continues to preserve, a beautiful and peaceful town square.
HOPE Outdoor Gallery was started as a way “to provide muralists, graffiti artists and community groups the opportunity to display large scale art pieces driven by inspirational, positive and educational messaging”.
If you happen to be in Seville, Alcázar of Seville is definitely worth an hour or two diversion (admission was 9€ when I visited).
I recently took some shots of the Golden Spike, a monument that was the subject of many childhood school trips and projects. The 56 ft. monument is located in Council Bluffs, Iowa, and was constructed in 1939 as a promo for the film Union Pacific.
Think you’ve seen it all? Think again. This UFO house designed by Matti Suuronen sits beautifully abandoned in a field in Texas.