The island of Aruba is one of the most photogenic places I’ve ever been (alongside Thailand and Barcelona). This is a decommissioned oil refinery in San Nicolas.
I could take pictures of walls all day.
Where pigeons go to die.
The island has many cactus forests, but it doesn’t feel as 100% arid as you’d expect.
You find yourself walking around in living screensavers.
To be continued.
This abandoned water slide was part of a larger, go-kart focused theme park called “Waterfall Park” on Hatteras Island, in North Carolina’s Outer Banks.
Mohonk Mountain House is a European-style, castle-like resort in the Catskills. Hiking up to it from the woods, it doesn’t quite feel inhabited from a distance, but it is still in operation, after about 150 years. It has an almost Grand Budapest Hotel presence.
Never turn down the opportunity to jump into a swimming hole.
It was a good summer.
I need someone to Honey I Shrunk the Kids me so I can truly explore how epic this urban forest is starting to become. I suppose doing an army crawl through the vacant lot could achieve the same effect.
“PLEASE return my plants!”
The Animal House Deathmobile.
Summer in Philadelphia.
Summer in Virginia Beach.
“KIDS .. DON’T DO DRUGS OR YOU WILL END UP ->”
“I miss the old Philadelphia.”
“The yuppies are coming.”
NY premiere of “THE LAND.”
Used motor oil barrels.