adventures in bc 2017

adventures in bc 2017

I returned to British Columbia at the end of May, spending the summer in my hometown of Vancouver. I was working lots, but also trying to appreciate as much as i could as a new adventure awaits. This post contains pictures – all taken from my iPhone 5 – from my last 4 months of […] more…
vancouver street art

vancouver street art

Vancouver has a pretty thriving art scene, and recently the city has encouraged some of the best street artists to decorate the city. This summer, the city put on its second Mural Festival and many new pieces of graffiti and street art popped up around the city, primarily around Main Street. This collection is a few of […] more…
vancouver’s symphony of fire

vancouver’s symphony of fire

2009/2010/2014/2017. Over a hundred thousand people make the trek downtown to watch the Vancouver’s annual midsummer fireworks display: The Celebration of Light. Lining the shores from Kits to the North Shore, English Bay is transformed into a theatre of light. Once called the “symphony of fire”, the 3 night event pits 3 teams – each […] more…
lower manhattan

lower manhattan

Lower Manhattan is the beating heart of the American Capitalist machine. Especially if you are there on a weekday when the markets let out, the streets are filled with suits and the air smells like money. Home to New Yorks financial district, Wall Street and many of the major US and world bank headquarters, the […] more…
brooklyn

brooklyn

Hello Brooklyn! I have been to New York on many occasions, but this was the first (2017) that i set out to get some great pictures of Brooklyn. Its a huge area, with many very different and distinct areas that make it into a patchwork of Neighbourhoods. Dumbo. 2017. Brooklyn Bridge Cables. 2006. Brooklyn Bridge. […] more…
riviera maya part two

riviera maya part two

There are Mayan Ruins everywhere. The beautiful coastline stretches for hundreds of miles. The limestone landscape is scattered with cenotes – deep caverns that can drop for a hundred meters bellow the surface, usually filled with water. There is a lot to explore in the Riviera Maya. We were able to spend a lot of time […] more…
classic cars in cuba

classic cars in cuba

Some of the cars sparkle in the sunshine; beautiful, well maintained classics and look as if they could probably drive straight into a museum – or back onto the showroom floor they had just come from. There are also some which hardly look road worthy – both American and Soviet – that billowed smoke as they […] more…
la habana

la habana

Havana is about to get a face lift after years of neglect. The first impression that the city gives off is one neglect, a city lost from the past, about to escape from the time capsule its been locked in for the last 70 years.  Its still very much a place thats off the beaten […] more…
carmen beer co

carmen beer co

When your friend opens up a craft brewery in Mexico, and asks if you want to come help him out for a couple months, you say yes. At least I did. I put my “real” life on hold and seized the opportunity. In January I moved to Mexico to learn how to make beer. Located […] more…
playa del carmen

playa del carmen

Playa del Carmen is a fantastic place to base yourself if you want to explore the Mayan Riviera. It’s centrally located which makes it easy to begin any exploration of the many great things the region has to offer.  This was my home for the last 5 months. I spent my time working with my […] more…
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