Top European Street Art

Traveling is the world’s greatest luxury in my opinion. When exploring any new city my eye is immediately drawn to street art. I seek it out at every new destination. Art defines culture. And street artists represent the everyday people of the city rather than the (sometimes) elitist artists that are displayed in museums. The […] Read more…

Top 10 Museums In NYC

#10 THE AMERICAN FOLK ART MUSEUM: The American Folk Art Museum in New York City is a tribute to true Americana. The term “Folk Art” refers to self-taught genres of art that are often minimalist and unpretentious. Most museums house elitist art which, don’t get me wrong, can be very good but it is refreshing […] Read more…

Art Of The Underground: 86th Street Q

The New Q train in Manhattan is a real wonder to explore. The city is slowly but surely losing its reputation for having the world’s dirtiest metro system. Google New York City trains from a few decades ago and you’ll really understand how far they’ve come. Once underground entrances to hell they are now becoming […] Read more…

Art Of The Underground: 72nd Street Q

The New Q If you live in New York City the opening of the Second Avenue subway line was about as momentous as the unveiling of the Statue of Liberty. The original plan for the line was first put forth a hundred years ago. Literally! A century later the Second Avenue Q has graced the […] Read more…

NYC General Strike!

The World Does Not Work Without Workers On February 17th, 2017 New York City held a Solidarity Rally for a General Strike in Washington Square Park. This is what happened…. Read more…

A Sculptural Tour Of Prague

The Sculpture of Praha, Czech Republic Prague has many things going for it. The food is noteworthy. The people are down-to-earth. The scenery is captivating. And the museums are some of the most unique in Europe. Walking the streets in Prague you feel the vibrancy of its old world beauty and a strong tinge of […] Read more…

Spotlight On Dresden Germany

Willkommen in Dresden Deutschland! Dresden Germany is a small city in Saxony, Germany and the 15th largest city in all of Germany. Not a top tourist destination compared to some of its neighbors like Munich but a great spot to visit nonetheless. This little city has the nickname, “The Jewel Box” because of its city […] Read more…

Yummy Prague

Let’s just talk about Czech food for a sec! Eastern and Central European countries tend to be viewed as being on the basic side when it comes to food. Though I feel a certain culinary expertise in their simplicity. In Prague, you smell the food on the street. You’re surrounded by the aroma of burning […] Read more…

Show Me What Democracy Looks Like! March on NYC

This is what democracy looks like! New York City stormed the Trump Tower last night the day after the inauguration of Donald Trump as the 45th president of The United States of America. Nearly a half million people attended this sister protest to the Women’s March on Washington. This is what happened…. Read more…

Must See Prague!

Happy 2017! A great way to start off the new year is with some new travels. My decision to travel to Prague, Czech Republic was on a whim. If you’ve never been to Prague, as most travelers haven’t, then you’re really missing out. Of all the beautiful countries in Europe, Czech Republic is one of […] Read more…

Merry Christmas From Sunny SoCal!

  Merry Christmas from Sunny Southern California! I do love a white Christmas but some beautiful sunshine isn’t bad either. As this year comes to a close (my first year as a travel blogger) I’ve seen some pretty amazing places and taken some great pictures. California is a wonderful way to end the year as […] Read more…

Top 10 Destinations of 2016

I fancy myself a sharp traveler. With just myself and my camera I’ve seen some amazing places. If you’re looking for the best spots in Europe to travel then you may want to take the advice of someone who has extensively traveled country after country, has weeded through the good and bad, and can tell […] Read more…

The Joy of Wintertime in Manhattan

Winter Bliss in NYC My camera and New York City have always had this close relationship. There’s nothing quite like walking through the city and shooting whatever I come across. Everyday New York is like a new city to explore because I always find something new. The architecture and the sidewalks remain the same but […] Read more…

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