above: 1. flying over Miami // 2. in Greenacres // 3. at the Wakodahatchee Wetlands // 4. City Place in West Palm Beach // 5. Subculture Coffee & Athropologie shopping // 6. an Aldi in South Florida // 7. green beer at St. Patricks Day in Fort Lauderdale // below: 1. Intracoastal in Delray Beach … More South Florida. A photo post.
Most of the murals in Downtown West Palm Beach were created for CANVAS WPB – an outdoor museum show in 2015. On their website you can find a map that lists all artists and locations. The mural pictured above is by 2alas. I had never seen an artwork of the Miami-based duo before but I … More Florida. Murals in Downtown West Palm Beach.
I’ve been following Wrdsmth on Instagram since about two years and I just love his art: it’s sometimes cute, sometimes funny but most of the time inspirational and uplifting and can be found all over Los Angeles. For Canvas WPB 2015 he left his mark in Downtown West Palm Beach – so while I was visiting South … More Florida. Streetart by WRDSMTH in Downtown West Palm Beach.
Upcoming trips: a weekend in Rome and two trips to the US 2016 is looking mighty fine – at least in terms of my travels and airfare. Just a few days ago I booked a weekend trip to Rome (30€ return flights with RyanAir!) for the end of this month. A few things on my to-do list: … More Travel plans 2016
During my stay in South Florida last March we visited the Arthur R. Marshall Loxahatchee National Wildlife Refuge near Boynton Beach in Palm Beach County. Part of it is the Cypress Swamp Boardwalk: “a 400-acre (1.6 km) Bald Cypress swamp, which is the largest remaining remnant of a cypress strand that once separated the pine flatwoods … More Florida. Loxahatchee. On the Cypress Swamp Boardwalk.
After my five days in Los Angeles I flew down to Florida to visit a good old friend of mine for a week. Above are my favourite IGs (@ninacgn) from that week: 1.-3. at Lake Worth beach // 4. Dinner at Old Key Lime House in Lantana // 5. Shake Shack in Boca Raton // … More Florida. Favourite Instas.
“The Holocaust Memorial took over four years to be built, reaching its final stage at dedication ceremonies on Sunday February 4, 1990, with Elie Wiesel, Nobel laureate as guest speaker. The visitor to the Memorial will at first be met by a visual sensation of contrasting elements: the brightness of the luminous Jerusalem stone, … More miami. south beach. the holocaust memorial.
“Peanut Island was originally created in 1918 as a result of material excavated when the Lake Worth Inlet was created. Originally called Inlet Island, Peanut Island amounted to only ten (10) acres. By 1923 the Port was using the island as a spoil site for the maintenance of the inlet and the Port shipping channel. … More florida. west palm beach. peanut island.
[a few random shots from south beach, mostly taken last september.]
“The mission of the Miami Beach Botanical Garden is to provide free public access to an attractive botanical garden, create environmental education programs for children and adults, preserve green space, and promote green living. We serve as a venue for visual and performing arts, and act as a cultural tourist destination. …” source “The Bigfoot … More miami. south beach. botanical garden.