A view from the Waterfront Park in Charleston, South Carolina. Where have you been lately?
A line of lanterns near Itsukushima Shrine, Miyajima, Japan.
What is wrong with this picture? Yes, that’s right, it’s stairs leading up to an escalator. The pinnacle of logic! Bucharest wasn’t the only terrible offender like this we encountered. There were a lot of instances of this in…
Spoonbridge and Cherry, the most iconic sculpture of the Minneapolis Sculpture Garden. It was designed by Claes Oldenburg and Coosje van Bruggen in 1988. Sadly you cannot walk on the spoon.
The dolphin show at the Vancouver Aquarium, featuring two Pacific white-sided dolphins. The show talks mostly about dolphin info and conservation, and their dolphins are rescued.
Gorgeous street art in the Soma neighborhood of San Francisco. The text says “when we can let go of our fears, we are safe.”
A Bactrian camel and her baby at the St. Louis Zoo.
The Chincoteague ponies from Assateague Island on the day of the foal auction. Every July, during Pony Penning, most of the feral horse herd on the Virginia side of Assateague Island are rounded up and herded across the…
In Dixon, California, near Davis, lies the world's largest corn maze. We did this as a day trip from San Francisco. It was ridiculously huge, and took us about two and a half hours to complete. If…
Old Faithful erupting at Yellowstone National Park. This famous cone geyser erupts every 60-90 minutes, and we caught it right at the end of an eruption.