Ever since starting a long road trip to California from DC I couldn’t wait to drive around the midwest. Utah, New Mexico, Arizona, and Colorado are just the most magical places to explore. Read More
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.
Note: this exhibit is now closed at the Hirshhorn
The exhibit consists of 6 infinity rooms. All of which put you in a room lined with mirrors for a truly unique feeling. Read More
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.
I had the honor of returning to the White House for a second time, this time for a Haunted Tour! (See photos from my first tour)
It was incredible, they had each room in the East Wing filled with someone dressed as a past president or historical figure. All of them told haunted and mysterious White House tales. Read More
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
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.
In addition to the view of the Empire State Building and One World Trade Center you can get a great view of Central Park from the north side of the building.
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.
With about 30 inches of snow on the weekend of January 22nd it was one of the largest snowstorms in Washington DC ever.
Luckily I made a trip down to DC before the Metro was officially closed for the weekend.