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Explore More: Washington D.C.

I’ve been to Washington, D.C. one time. I was in college and it was in November. As a Floridian, it was definitely cold. I remember feeling this sense of weight — a gravitas — the honor of being at the epicenter of our country’s government. The history and the architecture made me feel like I was one tiny little part of a huge mosaic of the history of the nation. It was beautiful and it was moving. And my pictures were horrible. …

Exploring the Spectacular Views Around Denver

Today’s post is by Ben Strauss, a friend of Fracture who is not only as excited about photography as we are, but also shares our passion for our planet, and works as an engineer to improve the use of renewable energy. Cheers. – Drew  Every year, Colorado is becoming more and more popular as a travel destination on the ole’ bucket list. Filled with jaw-dropping landscapes and endless outdoor recreational opportunities, it’s not difficult to understand why. Whether you are …

Explore More: Atlanta

I’m excited to keep exploring new places this year, as our friends at Creative Soul Photography show us how picturesque Atlanta can be. – Drew Colorful street art, gorgeous skylines, beautiful mixed-use communities and a thriving sense of ATL pride sums up some of our favorite locations around Atlanta. Atlanta is known for its distinctive mix of urban and Southern charm. We love exploring the constantly changing landscape and seeing the new things the city has to offer. Check out some …

Fracture Explores: New York City

I’ve been to New York almost half a dozen times. Always upstate though. I still haven’t made it to the City. The photos you’re about to see are making it hard to wait any longer. For the last Fracture Explores piece of the year we picked the city of dreams. Our photographer and friend Sam Horine shares just a few of the incredible views NYC has to offer, and pro tips on capturing them yourself. Happy Holidays, and a Happy …

Fracture Explores: Hawai’i

I’ve never been to Hawai’i. The closest I’ve come is watching a few episodes of LOST while staying in San Diego. But if you want to explore the most exotic ocean views from any state in the union, Hawaii is your destination. Our friend Jake connected me to Noah Ragone, a photographer who lives on O’ahu, in Hawai’i. Noah was more than happy to share some of Hawaii’s most beautiful photo spots. – Drew Special thanks to Noah Ragone who shared his …

Fracture Explores: Seattle

I’ve been to Seattle twice. And I have a conspiracy theory about the city. Everyone talks about how much it rains there. All the time, dreary and rainy. During the two total weeks I’ve spent there, it was 70 degrees, sunny, breezy and downright beautiful. Not a single drop of rain. It makes me wonder if the rainy rumors are just there to keep everyone from flocking to live in Seattle… I asked Seattle resident and professional photographer Victoria Wright to …