Traveling is often done by plane or by car, but let’s not forget about trains! Taking a trip by railway is a great way to get an intimate view of a place—particularly when there are no surrounding roads for vehicular traffic. And because their pathways often predate the use of automobiles, trains take you over historic bridges, along the base of mountains, and next to the ocean without a car in sight.
A post shared by Sun-Hyuk Kim (@sunhyukk)
A post shared by Liam Ashurst (@liamashurst)
For many creative people, their furry friend doubles as their muse. Photographer Ursula Aitchison has found that in her Golden Retriever, Hugo. She has spent the past year dressing the pup in costumes and snapping portraits of him. Sometimes, the two of them will pose together—often coordinating their outfits—that show off their silly side and sweet bond. Aitchison has come up with many creative dog photography ideas that grace her Hugo-centric Instagram account.
Artist Doug Aitken reflects the beauty of the Swiss Alps in his latest installation called Mirage Gstaad.
There is no shortage of available adult coloring books and pages for any person who wants to enjoy the calming...
There are plenty of reasons to hop on a bike. Not only is it better for the environment, but cruising around on two wheels is a lot of fun. The United States has thousands of bike paths that allow people from across the country to ride and appreciate the great outdoors. If you’re someone that likes to hit the trails, you’ll soon have another path to ride. The Rails to Trails Conversancy (RTC)
Experiencing a lack of motivation every now and then is natural—it happens to everyone.
In the realm of drawing, there are a lot of popular subjects that you should learn.
Learning handcrafts like crochet can bring you joy for a lifetime. The skills gained offer you the chance to exercise your creativity while challenging you to produce bigger and better things. Although the endless possibilities might seem daunting, crochet is easy to get started; there are just a couple of tools and basic techniques you need to know. From there, you can grow increasingly advanced in your work and try different facets of the field.
Photographer Helene Havard traveled from her home in French Polynesia to the island of Cuba and captured the urban landscapes...
A post shared by Sew and So (@sewandsouk)