1. Tom Fruin at Dumbo Arts Festival

     
  2. Union Station Los Angeles || #DiscoverLA #imagelogger

     
  3. A gorgeous evening on the water in Marina del Rey with Hornblower.

    #PoweredByLumia #VisitCA

     
  4. Golden Hour [literally] from the Helipad atop Four Seasons Beverly Hills. Looking toward downtown LA.

    #DiscoverLA

     
  5. Adorable bungalows in Silver Lake || #DiscoverLA

     
  6. Road Trippin! LA —> SFO

     
  7. Sunflowers always remind me of Tuscany. Even when I find them in urban gardens in the middle of Brooklyn.

     
  8. Out on the Harbor at Twilight with our Lady

     
  9. Storm King Art Center and its amazing Lonely Tree

     
  10. that arch, in that park, named for that president

     
  11. I’ve spent the last week as guest photographer doing a Takeover of the Skyscanner Instagram account to celebrate their launch in the USA. I shared hidden gems and tips about places to visit in NYC and upstate NY. Now they’re running a contest. Regram your favorite photo + tip of mine from #SkyscannerNY and you could win a $200 Travel Voucher! Their account: http://instagram.com/skyscanner Terms: http://Skysc.nr/zXJm

     
  12. I basically flew to the opposite side of the globe just for this pool. Worth it. | Mulia Bali, Nusa Dua

     
  13. Inside an old warehouse in urban Ft. Lauderdale, in what’s considered to be the FAT Village area, lies Brew Urban Cafe. With an airstream trailer, photography studio/events space, plethora of books, beans by Intelligentsia and a staff that knows their way around every good pour over method — it’s a place you can come and stay for more than a while. BONUS: dope soundtrack, plus at night neighboring creative firm C&I Reach turns the space into a bar that serves craft brews on tap. Look no further for your day-to-night needs in Ft. Lauderdale.

     
  14. In the Columbia River Gorge there are so many trails and hikes, with waterfalls visible along most of the best. The trailhead at Horsetail Falls leads you past those falls and several others with convenient parking and ample shade + sun options. We intended to hike just that trail and ended up also seeing, aptly named, Triple Falls. I think we found the heaven of the PNW. (at Horsetail Falls)

     
  15. Portland is known as the “City of Roses” and it has an enormous International Rose Test Garden on a slope above downtown. It is the oldest continuously operating public rose test garden in the USA with over 7,000 plants of approximately 550 varieties. The roses bloom from April through October with the peak coming in June, depending on the weather. On clear days you can see the Cascade Mountains and even all the way to Mount Hood from the garden. The garden has just one full time gardener and the rest of the work is done entirely by volunteer gardeners. I could have spent all day wandering amongst the flower beds but I only had 15 minutes. Just another place I’ll have to return to one day! #FromWhereIStand (at International Rose Test Garden)