Just a grown man who happened to end up at Disneyland on his birthday this year lol.
Mar 31, 2023
Mar 26, 2023
On route to my connection in Salt Lake City, Utah this morning, two failed landing attempts in white-out conditions lead to a 40 minute diversion to a small airport in Idaho for refueling.
While ordinarily this would be frustrating, I had a long layover in SLC anyway that was going to kill an afternoon. The diversion actually became an incredible aerial tour over Great Salt Lake with the opportunity to photograph some of the most unbelievable winter scenery below.
We were on the ground about an hour in Idaho before the weather passed and we were back on track. Now here I am in SLC waiting for my next flight and already excited about images I was never meant to capture. My good / bad luck strikes again!
Mar 24, 2023
Opened in 2019, the Vessel was an attraction built as part of the Hudson Yards redevelopment in New York City. These images are from that opening year when access to the top of the structure was unrestricted and the observation deck was a social media must-share.
Unfortunately, a string of suicides at the site resulted in the indefinite closure of the Vessel in 2021. Today, the Vessel remains a landmark of Hudson Yards, but visitors are no longer able to climb these stairs and take in the views. While new safety nets and preventive measures have continually been discussed, the future of the attraction is a contentious topic and it remains unclear whether the Vessel will reopen. Although, it seems unlikely that the Vessel will ever operate again in its original state, making these images at Hudson Yards archival.
Mar 23, 2023
Zellers has temporarily returned with a series of new pop-up shops inside Hudson's Bay locations across Canada. Medicine Hat, Alberta was 1 of 12 cities that rolled out this nostalgic retail throwback inside the Medicine Hat Mall on March 23. The Zellers pop-ups will increase to 25 locations in the near future. Are you interested in going back to Zellers?
Mar 19, 2023
Located inside what was once the Wichita Municipal Airport, the Kansas Aviation Museum in Wichita, Kansas is a really fascinating museum to explore. In addition to the various aircraft and artifacts on display, the building itself is a beautiful example of art deco architecture.
The Administration Building / Wichita Municipal Airport which now houses the Kansas Aviation Museum, was built during the 1930s when Wichita was both a strategic stopping point for flights crossing the United States and a significant hub for aircraft manufacturing. All of this activity earned Wichita, Kansas the nickname 'Air Capital of the World' in 1928 when 1 out of every 4 aircraft being built in the United States was coming out of Wichita.