Yayoi Kusama Hirshhorn Infinite Mirrors

    Preview of the Yayoi Kusama Exhibit at the Hirshhorn

    One of the biggest art exhibits of the year has landed in Washington DC.

    Starting today to May 14th, 2017 you’ll be able to enjoy Kusama’s infinity mirrors at the Hirshhorn museum.

    The exhibit consists of 6 infinity rooms. All of which put you in a room lined with mirrors for a truly unique feeling.Yayoi Kusama Infinity Mirrors at the Hirshhorn in Washington DC // ihitthebutton.com Read More

    Acadia National Park Jessup Trail

    Fall Photos from Acadia National Park and Beyond

    Over the course of a month I drove across the US through Chicago, Canada, Upstate New York, and Maine. If you’re interested in my road trip you can see bits of it on my vlog.

    It was a pleasure to capture fall on the North Eastern coast. In areas I mostly haven’t discovered before it was truly a unique experience for me.

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    Nyc Instagram Spots Top Of The Rock Sunset

    10 Must See Instagram Spots in New York City to Photograph

    I spent the past weekend in New York City, a place I’ve oddly spent little time in. With so much to see my good friend Phil Martin (@phil.martin) and I (@someguy) hit up some of the most iconic photo spots in the city. Since both of us love using Instagram we had to visit these top New York City Instagram spots. If you haven’t taken a trip to this incredible city be sure to stop at all of these epic sights, it is full of photo ops!

    Here is my list of the best places to take pictures in NYC:

    Top of the Rock

    Empire State Building from Top of The Rock

    Empire State Building Lit Up Blue for Autism Awareness Day

    Top of the Rock has to be one of the best skyline views of New York. The only downside is that tickets are $26 and often require a wait. We rushed to get there before sunset but sadly the first available tickets were 2 hours later, so I recommend buying tickets online.

    Top of the Rock on Google Maps

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    Presidents’ Day Snowstorm in DC

    DC got a few inches of snow on Presidents’ Day and luckily for me I was staying at the W hotel next to the White House. It came as quite the surprise to me since I had no idea DC would get this amount of snow.


    The Washington Monument looked fantastic in the snow and you might recognize this angle from my fall photos. The white space around the monument in photos always bothers me so it’s fun to find trees to frame it.
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    Fall Colors at the Washington Monument & A Foggy DC Night

    DC is beautiful in the fall, especially at Rock Creek Park. Instead of heading to Rock Creek I took a stroll around the Washington Monument and was blown away by what I could capture. Walking around the mall has to be one of my favorite places to photograph in DC.

    Washington Monument Surrounded by Autumn Trees

    Washington Monument Surrounded by Autumn Trees

    Many of the trees perfectly framed the Monument with colorful yellows.
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