1. The first of many edits from #thewildones2014 Columbus Tour. After following their work for years, words can’t express how grateful I am for having had the opportunity to meet and shoot with these talented photographers. Thank you so much Joel Robinson, Rob Woodcox, Shane Black and Sarah Ann Loreth! I hope we meet again.


  2. Anne among the graffiti.


  3. Katie


  4. A favorite photo of Anne from our #1and4614 meetup.


  5. As the smoke clears.


  6. Solitude.


  7. Crossover over.


  8. Have you seen the movie, Angels & Demons? There’s this scene where the two main characters are walking through the streets of Europe discussing historic events. At the same time, flashbacks of those events and the historic streets on which they occurred are superimposed on the screen so it appears that the characters are walking through the older streets instead of those of modern-day. This scene stood out to me because it’s exactly what I do in my head whenever I travel or visit someplace with an obvious history.

    Last night during our #FranklintonMeet, we ventured to Strongwater Food & Spirits. When I turned to my left upon entering, I saw what you see in the photo, and I couldn’t help but picture in my mind the person who must have sat there.

    So here’s my question to all of you: Who do you see?


  9. Off Center


  10. Robert at our #Franklintonmeet this afternoon.


  11. Orphan Grafitti


  12. Color version of an earlier photo of Monticello.


  13. "We meet people, and fall in love, and when we part they leave marks for us to remember them by. Our lovers sculpt us, they define us, for better or worse. Like a pinball, we slam into them and rebound in our different directions, propelled by the contact, and after the parting we might be scared, stronger or more fragile, or needy, or angry, or guilty, but never unchanged. Our lovers linger inside us, like ghosts, haunting the corridors and deserted rooms, sometimes whispering, sometimes screaming, but always there, waiting…" Being Human (UK)


  14. I am not afraid of storms for I am learning how to sail my ship. - Louisa May Alcott


  15. Eric (@littlecoal)