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Casa Blanca House Museum in San Juan
Casa Blanca Museum in San Juan, Puerto Rico The Casa Blanca House Museum was one of my favorite places we visited in San Juan! The nearly 500 year-old mansion has so many stunning historic details, and such a storied history.
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...
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...
 Indiana Medical History Museum We recently took a quick trip to Indianapolis, and visited the Indiana Medical History Museum. It can be difficult to tell if a small museum is worth it, but I'm so glad I took the chance with this one! The museum is located in the Pathology Building...

Weekend Wanderlust (vol 49)

- You should be following this Instagram account devoted to the intricate woodwork of traditional Russian windows - If you can't splurge on that pricey Coqui Coqui getaway, you can still snag a gorgeous (pricey) hammock from their shop - A little morbid, but stunning photos - I LOVE how cheesy the...

Weekend Wanderlust (vol 42)

It feels like forever since I've done one of these! I've been a bit bogged down in freelance work, and will be spending my Valentine's weekend mostly behind a computer, but seeing as it's 10┬░F, I didn't really want to leave my apartment anyway. What are you up to...
A gorgeous new book from Taschen compiles over 800 vintage, straight-from-a-fairytale Photochrom photos from early 1900s Germany. Full of "medieval towns, rural traditions, and mystical forests, creating a fascinating and nostalgic panorama of a long lost epoch before the ravages of time and history set in," the photos offer a...

1940s Tokyo

https://youtu.be/QNmhiTFeyiY Archival footage of a bustling post-war Tokyo (recycled for a modern music video), helping pull me from my morning haze.
Henry River Mill Village While browsing for interesting stops on a recent trip to North Carolina, I saw this Atlas Obscura article on the abandoned Henry River Mill Village, and I immediately made it a priority! The company town was built around a mill in the early 1900s, and looks to...
Rookwood Ice Cream Parlor in Union Terminal Union Terminal in Cincinnati is one of those happy examples of a defunct historic building finding new use. Rather than meeting with a wrecking ball, the art deco building now houses multiple museums-- and features a...