United States history was the theme this year on our spring vacation as we charted a course through Boston, New York City, and Williamsburg, Virginia. Taking the trip to the airport is normally a Bus->Link transfer, but with the new Linkstation completed, we got to ride the train directly from the new station directly to […]Read More East Coast Spring 2016
Note: Yes, it’s another post that was written ages ago and never published! Now revel in the glory of it and the questionable quality within! We’ve all done it: gone on a trip somewhere and then spit out a few hundred snapshots to post online. Except you’ll never look at these again, and nobody else will either. […]Read More Pondering on Travel Photos
There’s something to be said for the naming scheme and ultimate retro-awesome of this traffic control box. Sign found in a little park by 520 in Montlake.Read More Electro-Matic
The Pacific Northwest Labor and Civil Rights Projects has an amazing set of historical records, photographs, and newspapers tracing labor and civil rights movements along the West Coast, with focuses on Seattle and San Francisco. Featuring multitude of resources including Labor History Encyclopedia, Communism in Washington State, and Civil Rights Movements in Seattle, there’s a ton of […]Read More Labor and Civil Rights History Archives in the Pacific Northwest
Shooting with high-quality film on a mid-70s SLR truly is wonderful. It only makes sense to take pictures of older relics as well. And maybe some timeless subjects. Such as a sentinel of light.Read More Film-o-licious!
After the 24 hour Iceland Blitz, we took a quick flight to Amsterdam to start the main point of our journey. None of us had been to Amsterdam before, and we figured that two nights and three full days would be plenty of time to explore the city. Believe me, it was plenty of time. […]Read More Amsterdam: It’s okay, we guess
Thursday, November 15th, 2012. 1530 PST Time Awake: 6h30m As we begin our journey to the mystical land of Iceland, we ponder the adventure ahead of us. And by “ponder” I really mean “wonder what we’ll do for 24 hours in Iceland with a rental car, no internet connection, and just a few offline maps […]Read More Iceland: 24 hours of Ice, Snow, and Awesome