My road trip along the Sea to Sky Highway, from Vancouver to Whistler, in British Columbia is now online at @outsidemagazine It reminded me of a less crowded Big Sur with beautiful coastal views and quirky characters. In an act of vandalism, someone cut the cable to the Sea to Sky Gondola leading to miles of hiking and a 330 foot suspension bridge - but it is being repaired and will reopen this spring.
First time in #Miami ✔️🦜🏖🌴 Fun shoot to share soon
Ischia blues 💙
While on the volcanic island of São Miguel in the Azores, I photographed Valter Vieira, the chef at Terra Nostra Garden Hotel in Furnas as he shopped for and prepared cozido das Furnas. This iconic dish of the Portuguese archipelago is deeply connected to the geological activity beneath the surface. After being prepared in a huge steel pot, the cozido is lowered into a smoldering hole steaming with geothermal heat near a caldeira to cook for six hours before it is brought back to the restaurant to be served with rice and broth poured table-side. Shot for @travelandleisure • • • If you’re looking for a quick getaway from the east coast I highly recommend a stay at the Terra Nostra Garden Hotel with its own massive hot spring and enchanting botanical garden. There are direct flights from NY and Boston to São Miguel now. For my guide to the Azores visit thosewhowander.world @thosewhowander
How the Faroese keep their turf roofs trimmed 🐏🐏
Always such a treat adventuring with this gem @francesfdenny (you following her yet? ) Immediately after this the weather quickly changed and we huddled by a rock in the rain eating soggy white bread sandwiches sitting on piles of sheep dung and laughed the whole way through. Find those people that inspire you and can laugh when things don’t go as planned.
More Faroes 💚
It rains on average more than 250 days a year in the Faroe Islands making for more waterfalls than you could possibly count.
If the Faroe Islands could be summed up in three words it would be geese, sheep, waterfalls. I loved encountering all the saucy flocks who always were quick to vocalize their annoyance at our presence.
I wish @granolacafe could be around the corner from me 🤤
Turf house in the #faroeislands There are no trees on the islands so turf was easier to come by for roofing and helped keep the house insulated from rain and cold.
This postcard-perfect waterfall and cliffside village of Gásadalur was originally only accessible by helicopter, a boat or a steep climb over 700-meter mountains. In 2004 a tunnel was blasted through the mountains allowing for a road to reach the community. Still the population has remained quaint with a small total of around a dozen people.
The Botanical Garden is a must stop in Copenhagen and hard to miss right in the center of everything
I want to live in a bike-filled city 🧡
To the lighthouse
I want to move everywhere I go but really, can I move to Copenhagen? We can learn a lot from this eco-minded, bike and pedestrian friendly, universal health care city.