More photos from our trip to La Pedrera (Casa Mila).
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More photos from our trip to Casa Batlló.
Gaudi's creations are unlike anything else in this world, and ninety years since his death architects and engineers are still scratching their heads at their genius and standing in awe of their exquisite beauty.
When a Cure song crept out over the bar stereo, it was with great pleasure that I told my friend, "I'm taking my sweetie to see The Cure… in Barcelona!"
September 24th marked Seattle's third annual Global March for Elephants and Rhinos – expanded this year to include Lions in the title. And, let's be honest here, there are plenty of other critically endangered animals also deserving of space on the marquee.
Now in its 153rd year, the Victoria Highland Games was a sea of varied and colorful tartans as numerous clans gathered to participate in a weekend of games and contests
An extended weekend, a new camera lens, and a desire to put some relative distance between ourselves and Seattle provided all the excuse we needed to pay a long overdue trip to Victoria, and specifically the Butchart Gardens.
Our last night in New York was spent dining at The Modern, a chic, Michelin-starred restaurant that overlooks the sculpture court at the Museum of Modern Art.
I'd been wanting to go to The Noguchi Museum since the first time I visited New York City in the early 1990s. I'm pleased to say that, over twenty years later, I finally made the time.
It's a beautiful Autumn afternoon as Kim and I make our way up to The Cloisters museum. The sun is shining through leaves dappled in fall colors, birds are singing, and there's a happy hum in my heart as the noise and clatter of the rest of the city falls far behind us.