Scotty and I loved Tallinn – it’s this charming, energetic town that is clearly divided between the old and new. The new is full of shiny steel and glass buildings while the old is a collection of charming wooden and stone structures. I was completely taken with how people decorated their doors and so before I get into all the other photos of town, here are the doors of Tallinn.
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- My happy place in STL. (with Scotty, AUDREY, and Glen at @mobotgarden) [pic] — path.com/p/xCwj8 1 year ago
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- When Target stocks kid fedoras and your two-year-old loves hats. #ridiculous #wouldyousayno [pic] — path.com/p/Z88Bb 2 years ago
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