The Glass Blower

Yes, yes, this was one of those quintessential tourist traps, but that didn’t make it any less amazing to watch. This art takes 15 years of training to master, and while taking a tour of the facility I noticed all the other glass blowers were passed out around the compound. I guess standing in front of a furnace for hours at a time will do that to you.

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Swedes in Italy

I think one of my favorite parts of traveling is the people you meet. It creates spontaneity and breaks me out of my shell. While we were in Italy we met a guy from the same town our mother lives in now, and we even have a mutual friend. There are times when the world doesn’t seem so large and intimidating. We also hung out with a group of Swedes, after a day or two of semi-awkward eye contact. They definitely made up for the weird, aggressive Swedes we met in Barcelona.

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California

A collection of photographs from my two and a half years in California.

Griffith

Aislinn and graffiti

Windmills and mountains   Saloon window

Broad City Wall Art

OC Fair

Parking Signs

Rocky Horror

Scientology

San Diego Uni

Tall trees little person

Wolf Unicorn

Sunset Santa Monica

Tamecula Vineyard

Zoe has wings

Graffiti dumpster

circle of death

Beach Rockclimbing

Bricks in Little Tokyo

Disney Concert Hall

Berlin Wall in LA

Paramount

Downtown Temecula

End Street Harrassment

Ben Howard concert

Beach Sunset