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Mexico City's Water Garden Museum and Diego Rivera Murals (Museo Jardin del Agua & Carcamo de Dolores)
The Museo Jardin del Agua & Carcamo de Dolores Beyond the promise of Diego Rivera murals, I couldn't find much info on Mexico City's Water Garden Museum when deciding whether or not to visit. I'm so glad I took the chance, though,...

Weekend Wanderlust (vol 56)

What are you up to to this weekend? I'm recovering from foot surgery and taking it easy this month, watching lots of terrible television and remaining blissfully ignorant of the dropping temperatures outside. (I kind of don't want to admit it, but I haven't left the apartment in almost...
Chief Leatherlips Sculpture I've been meaning to write a post about this quirky monument in Dublin, Ohio for some time now--fortunately my new camera has given me an excuse to run around photographing just about everything. (Still learning the ins and outs, but really loving my new Fuji X-T2!) The 12...

Weekend Wanderlust (vol 53)

- Weird, beautiful, and perfect for the Halloween season: Yokainoshima: Island of Monsters, a new photo book cataloguing Japanese folk costumes - Lava, moon, milky way and meteor, all in one photograph - A look inside one of the North Korean restaurants in Bangkok (there are more than 100 around the...
The Ruins at Holliday Park If you chanced on these odd ruins in the middle of an Indianapolis park, you might think you were looking at a former estate, or the remains of a particularly grand park building. The truth about the Ruins at Holliday Park is quite a bit...

Weekend Wanderlust (vol 51)

- Autumn in the English Countryside - Today is Museum Day! Go here to find a museum offering free admission in your area. - What it's like to fly in a $21,000 Emirates first class suite (I love that's he's gleeful, rather than trying to be cool about it) - A fairytale...
I just stumbled across these state flower paintings by Etsy shop Tigersheep Friends. Aren't they great? Artist Sarah Walsh doesn't have all the states yet, but maybe you could persuade her your home state should be the next to be painted. There's no Ohio print right now (we're the scarlet...
Illustrator Marie Muravski created these charming illustrations of unusual and romantic Christmas traditions from around the world--Japan's always makes me laugh. See them all here.
- A photographic treasure trove of abandoned buildings in Europe - The re-opened Clifton's Cafeteria in downtown LA looks awesome, not least because there's a giant redwood tree in the center of the restaurant! - Digging the Wes Anderson vibes of this autumn hat - Insanely great travel photos taken with an...

Neon Americana

Long Island artist Grant Haffner captures the winding county roads of New York in these incredible rainbows of neon. A secret message meant to propel me on a fall road trip? Yeah, probably. (via ThisIsColossal)