Mount Soledad is the home of a military memorial, a controversial cross and most importantly, an urban legend involving little people building “Munchkin Houses.”
On the way home from my first trip up to Long Beach California traffic came to a halt as we approached a smokey sky as a fire raged across the mountainside.
The Hollywood Farmers Market proved to be a beautiful opportunity to take photos and people watch.
Just another beautiful evening at Sunset Cliffs in Point Loma, San Diego. I’ll never get tired of these.
The host station at Honor Bar in Beverly Hills is graced by this lovely 1940s Royal KMM typewriter.
While in Vieques I basically had the best fish and chips of my life. If you’re ever in Vieques Puerto Rico, hit up Duffy’s. I swear you won’t regret it.
This photo captures two of the most photographed things in San Francisco, the infamous cable cars as seen from the curviest road in the world, Lombard Street.
While not technically infinitely regressive, this photo of leaded crystal champagne flutes from Poland reminded me of the effect created by stacking mirrors.
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