Michigan – March 18, 2012
View from the Volkswagen lounge on the second-to-last day of NAIAS 2012.
I’ve been knee-deep in boxes for the past few days, but I set aside some time to work through a year’s worth of photos (and as usual, it took a lot longer than expected). Here’s a quick summary of the year I spent in New England — I tried to model it on this collage I did of my year in Arizona, but I had a much harder time narrowing down my photos so it’s a bit longer and more dense.
Click on each section to see it full-size. Enjoy!
Summer 2007: Paestum, Italy and the Mediterranean Sea (photo above)
Summer 2011: Delaware, United States and the Atlantic Ocean
They may be worlds apart, but the basic principle is still the same. Kick off your flip-flops and relax in the hot sand. Happy summer!
Around this time three years ago, I was traveling around Spain on my spring break from the University of Leeds. British students get a much longer spring break than the United States — around four weeks, if I remember correctly. I took this photo at Real Alcazar, one of my favorite places in Sevilla. Time flies, doesn’t it?
This may be the first week in 2011 that we haven’t had a snow-day-causing, traffic-crippling, work-canceling snowstorm, but that doesn’t mean we haven’t had snow. This morning I woke up to a winter wonderland, where every tree was covered in fluffy, white snow. I couldn’t resist snapping a few photos before grabbing the shovel and getting to work. (You can always view more snow photos on my flickrstream.)