Go West
A collection of great things with the intention to inspire.
Go West
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parkerstewartphotography:

Corey Hines.  Cane River, North Carolina
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asuperiorlife:

Sou’Wester Lodge | Seaview, WA. - 2014
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h-o-r-n-g-r-y:

foxmouth:

If, 2014 | by André Josselin

Swoon.
h-o-r-n-g-r-y:

foxmouth:

If, 2014 | by André Josselin

Swoon.
h-o-r-n-g-r-y:

foxmouth:

If, 2014 | by André Josselin

Swoon.
h-o-r-n-g-r-y:

foxmouth:

If, 2014 | by André Josselin

Swoon.
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americanguide:

STATEN ISLAND FERRY - NEW YORK, NEW YORK

The quickest and best way of seeing the Upper Bay is also the cheapest—a ferry trip from South Ferry, Manhattan, to St. George, Staten Island, and return, over the route that Commodore Vanderbilt’s Nautilus began traveling in 1817. The Staten Island ferries, operated by the Department of Docks on a five-cent fare, are a New York institution. …
Even Staten Islanders, many of whom make this trip twice a day, find it hard to keep their attention on their newspapers as the ferry moves away from the backdrop of lower Manhattan’s fabulous towers. In good weather they crowd like tourists on the outside decks, while the inside benches are nearly empty. …
 —New York City Guide (WPA, 1939)

Guide note: In perhaps the single example of a service provided at cheaper rates than the 1930s, the Staten Island Ferry is free. Ferries run 24 hours a day, seven days a week and depart from the St. George Ferry Terminal in Staten Island and the Whitehall (or South Ferry) Ferry Terminal in Manhattan.
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Ariane de Palacio is a geographer and a self-taught photographer, particularly interested in territorial processes, a subject she tries to observe through the landscape as well as the humans who inhabit it. She develops projects on her own and also in a multidisciplinary approach, collaborating with architects, urban analysts and designers. She works and lives in Montreal, Canada. Find her website at arianedepalacio.com and follow her on Tumblr at blog.arianedepalacio.com.


My life for 4 years
americanguide:

STATEN ISLAND FERRY - NEW YORK, NEW YORK

The quickest and best way of seeing the Upper Bay is also the cheapest—a ferry trip from South Ferry, Manhattan, to St. George, Staten Island, and return, over the route that Commodore Vanderbilt’s Nautilus began traveling in 1817. The Staten Island ferries, operated by the Department of Docks on a five-cent fare, are a New York institution. …
Even Staten Islanders, many of whom make this trip twice a day, find it hard to keep their attention on their newspapers as the ferry moves away from the backdrop of lower Manhattan’s fabulous towers. In good weather they crowd like tourists on the outside decks, while the inside benches are nearly empty. …
 —New York City Guide (WPA, 1939)

Guide note: In perhaps the single example of a service provided at cheaper rates than the 1930s, the Staten Island Ferry is free. Ferries run 24 hours a day, seven days a week and depart from the St. George Ferry Terminal in Staten Island and the Whitehall (or South Ferry) Ferry Terminal in Manhattan.
* * *
Ariane de Palacio is a geographer and a self-taught photographer, particularly interested in territorial processes, a subject she tries to observe through the landscape as well as the humans who inhabit it. She develops projects on her own and also in a multidisciplinary approach, collaborating with architects, urban analysts and designers. She works and lives in Montreal, Canada. Find her website at arianedepalacio.com and follow her on Tumblr at blog.arianedepalacio.com.


My life for 4 years
americanguide:

STATEN ISLAND FERRY - NEW YORK, NEW YORK

The quickest and best way of seeing the Upper Bay is also the cheapest—a ferry trip from South Ferry, Manhattan, to St. George, Staten Island, and return, over the route that Commodore Vanderbilt’s Nautilus began traveling in 1817. The Staten Island ferries, operated by the Department of Docks on a five-cent fare, are a New York institution. …
Even Staten Islanders, many of whom make this trip twice a day, find it hard to keep their attention on their newspapers as the ferry moves away from the backdrop of lower Manhattan’s fabulous towers. In good weather they crowd like tourists on the outside decks, while the inside benches are nearly empty. …
 —New York City Guide (WPA, 1939)

Guide note: In perhaps the single example of a service provided at cheaper rates than the 1930s, the Staten Island Ferry is free. Ferries run 24 hours a day, seven days a week and depart from the St. George Ferry Terminal in Staten Island and the Whitehall (or South Ferry) Ferry Terminal in Manhattan.
* * *
Ariane de Palacio is a geographer and a self-taught photographer, particularly interested in territorial processes, a subject she tries to observe through the landscape as well as the humans who inhabit it. She develops projects on her own and also in a multidisciplinary approach, collaborating with architects, urban analysts and designers. She works and lives in Montreal, Canada. Find her website at arianedepalacio.com and follow her on Tumblr at blog.arianedepalacio.com.


My life for 4 years
americanguide:

STATEN ISLAND FERRY - NEW YORK, NEW YORK

The quickest and best way of seeing the Upper Bay is also the cheapest—a ferry trip from South Ferry, Manhattan, to St. George, Staten Island, and return, over the route that Commodore Vanderbilt’s Nautilus began traveling in 1817. The Staten Island ferries, operated by the Department of Docks on a five-cent fare, are a New York institution. …
Even Staten Islanders, many of whom make this trip twice a day, find it hard to keep their attention on their newspapers as the ferry moves away from the backdrop of lower Manhattan’s fabulous towers. In good weather they crowd like tourists on the outside decks, while the inside benches are nearly empty. …
 —New York City Guide (WPA, 1939)

Guide note: In perhaps the single example of a service provided at cheaper rates than the 1930s, the Staten Island Ferry is free. Ferries run 24 hours a day, seven days a week and depart from the St. George Ferry Terminal in Staten Island and the Whitehall (or South Ferry) Ferry Terminal in Manhattan.
* * *
Ariane de Palacio is a geographer and a self-taught photographer, particularly interested in territorial processes, a subject she tries to observe through the landscape as well as the humans who inhabit it. She develops projects on her own and also in a multidisciplinary approach, collaborating with architects, urban analysts and designers. She works and lives in Montreal, Canada. Find her website at arianedepalacio.com and follow her on Tumblr at blog.arianedepalacio.com.


My life for 4 years
americanguide:

STATEN ISLAND FERRY - NEW YORK, NEW YORK

The quickest and best way of seeing the Upper Bay is also the cheapest—a ferry trip from South Ferry, Manhattan, to St. George, Staten Island, and return, over the route that Commodore Vanderbilt’s Nautilus began traveling in 1817. The Staten Island ferries, operated by the Department of Docks on a five-cent fare, are a New York institution. …
Even Staten Islanders, many of whom make this trip twice a day, find it hard to keep their attention on their newspapers as the ferry moves away from the backdrop of lower Manhattan’s fabulous towers. In good weather they crowd like tourists on the outside decks, while the inside benches are nearly empty. …
 —New York City Guide (WPA, 1939)

Guide note: In perhaps the single example of a service provided at cheaper rates than the 1930s, the Staten Island Ferry is free. Ferries run 24 hours a day, seven days a week and depart from the St. George Ferry Terminal in Staten Island and the Whitehall (or South Ferry) Ferry Terminal in Manhattan.
* * *
Ariane de Palacio is a geographer and a self-taught photographer, particularly interested in territorial processes, a subject she tries to observe through the landscape as well as the humans who inhabit it. She develops projects on her own and also in a multidisciplinary approach, collaborating with architects, urban analysts and designers. She works and lives in Montreal, Canada. Find her website at arianedepalacio.com and follow her on Tumblr at blog.arianedepalacio.com.


My life for 4 years
americanguide:

STATEN ISLAND FERRY - NEW YORK, NEW YORK

The quickest and best way of seeing the Upper Bay is also the cheapest—a ferry trip from South Ferry, Manhattan, to St. George, Staten Island, and return, over the route that Commodore Vanderbilt’s Nautilus began traveling in 1817. The Staten Island ferries, operated by the Department of Docks on a five-cent fare, are a New York institution. …
Even Staten Islanders, many of whom make this trip twice a day, find it hard to keep their attention on their newspapers as the ferry moves away from the backdrop of lower Manhattan’s fabulous towers. In good weather they crowd like tourists on the outside decks, while the inside benches are nearly empty. …
 —New York City Guide (WPA, 1939)

Guide note: In perhaps the single example of a service provided at cheaper rates than the 1930s, the Staten Island Ferry is free. Ferries run 24 hours a day, seven days a week and depart from the St. George Ferry Terminal in Staten Island and the Whitehall (or South Ferry) Ferry Terminal in Manhattan.
* * *
Ariane de Palacio is a geographer and a self-taught photographer, particularly interested in territorial processes, a subject she tries to observe through the landscape as well as the humans who inhabit it. She develops projects on her own and also in a multidisciplinary approach, collaborating with architects, urban analysts and designers. She works and lives in Montreal, Canada. Find her website at arianedepalacio.com and follow her on Tumblr at blog.arianedepalacio.com.


My life for 4 years
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