Wakeskating the Eighth Wonder of the World

October 27, 2013

This past Saturday we found ourselves people watching at a bar in Bangkok when this video came on. Just had to share it’s radness with you! Our trip to Banaue Philippines remain to be one of our most favorite visit. Read on! →

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Artisan Spotlight: All Roads Design

Artisan Spotlight: All Roads Design

October 05, 2013

All Roads Design consists of artisan duo Robert Dougherty and Janelle Pietrzak. Janelle first met Robert when she apprenticed for him at a motorcycle repair shop. It was only natural that their projects outside of the garage would be the Read on! →

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American Flag Series by Sara Rahbar

American Flag Series by Sara Rahbar

September 30, 2013

Wherever we might wander off to, we will always call United States our home. These American flags reincarnated by Sarah Rahbar are beautiful, thought provoking, and to some controversial.  Sarah is an Iranian-American artist who lives and works in New Read on! →

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The Native People of Brazil

The Native People of Brazil

September 29, 2013

The bright and beautiful natives of Brazil. In 2007 the National Indian Foundation or FUNAI (a Brazilian governmental protection agency for Indian interests and their culture) reported that it had confirmed the presence of 67 different un-contacted tribes in Brazil. Brazil Read on! →

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Prokudin-Gorskii :: Russian Color Photography from Early 1900

Prokudin-Gorskii :: Russian Color Photography from Early 1900

September 27, 2013

I’ve always been fascinated by pictures from the past. These color photos from Russian photographer/chemist Sergei Mikhailovich Prokudin-Gorskii are simply incredible. Between 1909 and 1915, Prokudin-Gorskii traveled across his home country, using a relatively new technology of color photography to Read on! →

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Sebastiao Salgado

Sebastiao Salgado

September 21, 2013

Just came across the absolutely incredible work from Brazilian photographer and photojournalist Sebastiao Salgado. The majority of his photographs leave me wondering how he got to such bizarre locations he did in order to produce such beautifully apocalyptic images. I Read on! →

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Quiapo, Philippines

Quiapo, Philippines

September 12, 2013

Bunnies for sale, and I even saw baby chicks whose hair was died in colors of the rainbow for sale! A smell you will have to get used to, but their quite good! Especially when dipped in vinegar. My knock Read on! →

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Banaue, Infugao Philippines

Banaue, Infugao Philippines

September 12, 2013

The bumpy ride on top of a jeepney on our way to Banaue from Batad. The jeep , per usual was over-packed inside and on top. Bouncing through mountainside potholes, clinging on the the crates I was sitting on, the Read on! →

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The Village of Batad – Ifugao, Philippines

The Village of Batad – Ifugao, Philippines

September 12, 2013

Once we arrived to Banaue we proceeded to Batad. We heard Batad took the cake for seeing the rice terraces and quite a trekkers paradise. When we arrived at Batad we were greeted by friendly locals asking us to buy Read on! →

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Roaring Dreams

Roaring Dreams

July 16, 2013

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Rainbow Tribe

Rainbow Tribe

July 09, 2013

The vibrant colors only illuminate the Indigenous beauty in these images by the talented Karolina Daria. Seeing these beautifully patterned sarongs, hand crafted headpieces, playful art with plants, feathers and wood brings out the islander in all of us!

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Experiencing the Supermoon at Mt. Zion Utah

Experiencing the Supermoon at Mt. Zion Utah

June 30, 2013

I’ve always heard amazing things about Utah’s landscape, and it took seeing it with my own eyes to wonder why it took us so long to get here. Daylight was occupied with beautiful day hikes and Aaron long-boarding down Mt. Read on! →

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Tesuque Pueblo Flea Market, Santa Fe

Tesuque Pueblo Flea Market, Santa Fe

June 27, 2013

We’re a month into our US road trip and each day keeps getting better than the next. To be able to drive through various landscapes, camp, hike, photograph and eat our way all the way out west has been the Read on! →

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Coral Sand Dunes of Utah

Coral Sand Dunes of Utah

June 21, 2013

Bright coral hued sands sparkled under the Utah sunlight. Sands so fine and incredibly soft that sinks like snow with every step. We’ve always been enchanted by the desert and this was an adult sandbox! Photos caught through film

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Enchanting Southwest USA

Enchanting Southwest USA

June 14, 2013

Finally taking some time to go through the crazy amount of photos we’ve taken over the past few months. Looking back through our US road trip photos, it makes me a little home sick. The Southwest has to be one Read on! →

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