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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...