Trip Jennings

Trip Jennings is a journalist, music aficionado and happily married father of two. He spends most days behaving like a grown up, but occasionally he reverts to adolescence. Like that night in New Mexico when he tried to sleep under the stars during a camping trip only to freeze after the temperature dipped to 20 degrees Fahrenheit. Or that time in Red Hook, Brooklyn, when he and his friends nearly closed down a bar. Or all those moments in the car when he's sung along to songs with his son and daughter. Being all grown up is cool. But enjoying life is more fun.

twitter.com/trip_44:

    Cool remix of a song by SQÜRL (a band that includes indie filmmaker Jim Jarmusch.)

    (Source: Spotify)

    — 1 week ago
    #music  #spotify 
    Tir Na Nog (Land of the Young in Gaelic) Irish Bar & Grill  in Baltimore

    Tir Na Nog (Land of the Young in Gaelic) Irish Bar & Grill in Baltimore

    — 1 month ago

    Sarah and Gert Bettens aka K’s Choice perform an acoustic version of Not an Addict I can’t stop listening to.

    — 1 month ago
    Another gorgeous NM sunset

    Another gorgeous NM sunset

    — 2 months ago

    cabbagerose:

    boarding school

    2, all other images cr

    — 2 months ago with 249 notes

    mymodernmet:

    Textus by Seung Hoon Park

    Strips of film woven together to produce fragmented landscapes.

    — 2 months ago with 156 notes
    Enjoying some locally brewed nectar of the gods tonight

    Enjoying some locally brewed nectar of the gods tonight

    — 2 months ago

    nythroughthelens:

    New York City - Snowstorm - Janus

    View these photos and more- there are nearly 20 in total - of NYC in the midst of the snowstorm Janus (click on each photo in the set to enlarge):

    New York City: Janus - Snowstorm

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    Looking for more New York City Winter photos with snow? Here is a set (click on each photo to enlarge):

    New York City: Snow

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    Everyone pretty much knows that I am super passionate when it comes to experiencing New York City in the snow. The more gusty and snowy the storm, the more of a chance that I will be out in it traipsing around New York City with my camera. Janus delivered more of a snowy punch than the last snowstorm we had a few weeks back. By the time night pulled its cover of darkness over the city, there was a substantial amount of snow on the ground.

    As usual, I bundled myself and my Sony A99 up and instead of just walking uptown as I have done for the last few snowstorms, I decided to take the train up to a part of uptown I have never photographed in the snow with the aim of walking back home to the Lower East Side. I wanted to experience Sutton Place and the east side of upper Manhattan at its most beautiful in the winter. I would have liked to have stayed out a bit longer but the wind chills were dipping below zero.

    Enjoy :)

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    — 3 months ago with 19451 notes
    wnderlst:

In the Austrian alps: a sun dog (mock sun, parhelion) is an optical phenomenon in which bright spots appear in the sky, frequently on a ring around the sun.

    wnderlst:

    In the Austrian alps: a sun dog (mock sun, parhelion) is an optical phenomenon in which bright spots appear in the sky, frequently on a ring around the sun.

    (via cornersoftheworld)

    — 3 months ago with 1481 notes