Architecture of Rotterdam

Rotterdam was almost completely destroyed during WWII. Therefore, its architecture is unlike anywhere else in the Netherlands. While most cities in the Netherlands are void of sky-scrapers, Rotterdam boasts an array of contemporary architecture that is a visual treat.

Niagara Falls

Bells of Amsterdam

10,000-15,000 bikes per year are dredged out of canals in Amsterdam. However, if your bike is not submerged in water, you will need a functioning bell to help navigate the city.

New York City

A grid system of pavement, populated by vagabonds and millionaires.

A grid system of cafes and churches; capitalism and compassion.

Street Art in Memphis, Tennessee

Located on the Mississippi River, Memphis combines the culture of a metro area with the daily rhythms of the rural South. Contemporary street murals weave together the city’s historic connection to the civil rights movement, as well as musical genres, such as the blues and gospel.

Minnesota’s North Shore

Indigenous Ojibwa peoples, French explorers, and Jesuit missionaries all traversed Minnesota’s North Shore. Today, Highway 61 reveals timeless scenes that they were all sure to marvel at.

Dublin Photo Diary

Writers, theologians, labor agitators, and revolutionaries often penned and typed their words looking out a window that was under the constant barrage of precipitation. James Joyce, William Butler Yeats, George Bernard Shaw, and Oscar Wilde are just a few that made profound impacts on the modern world. Today, Dublin is an evolving metropolis that still pays homage to its distinct past through architecture and culture.