Going through thousands of photos and found this super 70s moment of my mom and dad washing their first car, a vw rabbit, in homemade denim cutoffs. No filter needed as photos from the 70s are already perfect.
The good old Wiesbaden train station. In Germany for a while to help my grandmother prepare to move into assisted living.
A cool little Hurricane Irma after effect are these little whirlpools appearing in the natural springs. You just walk through the trees and there is this spinning lake. This part of Florida is known for a massive network of underwater caves that connect the springs and rivers in the area. This whirlpool will probably spin for about a week and drain to the ichetuckee river. #hurricaneirma #florida
Lake City, FL, is near the intersection of I-75 and I-10 in the north central part of the state. On Sunday, as the storm was still headed this way, about 5000 trucks began to dispatch across the state to cut trees and fix downed power lines. They came from all over the US and even Canada to help. I'm here visiting with my sister and some of her friends who evacuated Miami and the keys. We lost power around 2a Monday and it hadn't been restored, but the house is totally fine and there's only minor damage in the area. We're also lucky that our host has a generator, so we have running water and power for a few hours a day.
Watching the eclipse through a homemade pinhole viewer and repping Safeway generic multigrain cereal.
This amazing little restaurant sits right on the water, in a part of town where all of the leather tanneries have been since the 1800s. There's still a few left, but many are abandoned and it's dark and quiet. Also, the best calamari we've ever had.