“[We] all need more than anything else to know human nature, to know the needs of the human soul; and they will find this nature and these needs set forth as nowhere else by the great imaginative writers, whether of prose or of poetry.” Theodore Roosevelt
One great perk of working in tallest building in New England? Seeing snow rise up vs falling down. at John Hancock Tower – View on Path.
Hands down best #ski peak on northeast. I am converted. Amazing. with Dan and Tim at Jay Peak Resort – View on Path.
New snow. Fresh air. Green trees. Sometimes the small hills surprise. at Ragged Mountain Ski Area – View on Path.
One thing I love about photography is its iterative nature. First experiments in night shots around Boston.
You know, the oddest thing about what’s happening right now is that we’ve stopped living our lives and we’re just recording them.
Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry, and narrow-mindedness, and many of our people need it sorely on these accounts. Broad, wholesome, charitable views of men and things cannot be acquired by vegetating in one little corner of the earth all one’s lifetime.
- Mark Twain
All possibility stands at the call of open imagination + uncompromising will.
at Fenway Park – View on Path.
Not going to lie. Florence, Italy may be the most beautiful city I have ever visited. Beautiful art. Glistening streets. And an admirable walking/biking-first approach to getting around. Simply stunning.
Venice: The Floating City. Birthplace of Vivaldi. Home to Marco Polo. 28th most visited city in world. And only place you will find where the taxis float.
at Zheng Garden – View on Path.
British artist Luke Jerram’s StreetPianos.com just rolled out 500 pianos all around #Boston. Already one of the most awesome quality of life inits I’ve seen anywhere. Give people a means to beautify the air and you will be amazed at what they do. Heard 6 random pianists play on lunch outside today. Amazing. at Copley Square – View on Path.
The file system is going away as a concern for normal computer users,” says Firebase founder Andrew Lee. “We see a future five years from now where, unless you’re a developer, you’re not touching a file system. You’re touching your applications, and your applications manage your data.