The mountains in North California and South Oregon are mired in smoke from the biggest wildfires in Californian history right now. It's super surreal, a looming threat ever present in the thickened air, and it does crazy, eerily beautiful things to the light, especially at the top of Mount Ashland, where I took this shot.
There's so much to say about Mexico City but the only one that really matters is this; you simply have to go! It had everything - stunning vistas, friendly people, incredible food at super low prices, a fascinating and complex history spanning a thousand years, great museums (Frida Kahlo!), incredible parks, lots of very well behaved dogs. It was so cool and I can't wait to go back.
Window seats > Aisle seats. This one was taken just north of Los Angeles, on the way up to Oakland.
I've monkeyed around with the colours a touch on this one to give an impression of how I remember the sunsets in California.
Jaco is a Brussels Griffon terrier who I had the pleasure of entertaining for an hour or so while his folks were out.
He was so excited to see me when I arrived that he wet himself, which I'm taking as a compliment. Apparently this is called "Glee Pee"!
His Mom Christine has an instagram account.
Shot on Fuji x100f in burst mode and edited in Lightroom using Fuji Vivid profile.