28 March 2011
This post was inspired by Lens' (the New York Times' photojournalism blog) recent post on doors in Afghanistan: http://lens.blogs.nytimes.com/2011/03/09/looking-through-afghanistans-closed-doors/.
|Morewood Avenue in Oakland|
|Cordova Road in Morningside|
17 March 2011
12 March 2011
|obligatory artsy food picture|
|red onion, expertly diced|
|a mineola, pink grapefruit, blood orange, and a cara cara|
|fruit juices drained over onion to cut raw onion bite. allegedly.|
|fruit juice vinaigrette|
|and some feta|
For a version done with a steadier hand and a sharper knife, visit: http://smittenkitchen.com/2010/01/mixed-citrus-salad-with-feta-and-mint/
08 March 2011
|July sunset in Portsmouth, New Hampshire|
|Squirrel Hill in Pittsburgh|
|Evening crowd at Commonplace Coffee|
|Murray Avenue in Pittsburgh|
04 March 2011
03 March 2011
01 March 2011
Fellow travelers, I have some sad news. This is the last post in the series, Twenty-something Travels. When I was a young child, my family and I lived in Germany for two years. It seems fitting that this series end in the country where my travel interests began. Munich and Bavaria has always held a special place in my family's heart, so it was a real treat to return to the region in July 2003.
|Enchanting, whether you're three or twenty-three|
I hope reliving these travels was as much fun for you as it was for me. This has been a journey that is both humbling and exhilarating. To travel anywhere is a privilege, and it is an experience to which I am profoundly grateful.
I wonder where I'll go to next...