Wine glasses capture the city skyline in San Francisco.
Poppies, California’s official flower, grow wild all across the state.
San Francisco has the most recognizable skyline in California.
California’s Highway 1 runs along the Pacific Ocean and shows off some of the state’s best cliffs.
The Palace of Fine Arts was built for the 1915 Panama-Pacific International Exposition (PPIE), the World’s Fair that marked the completion of the Panama Canal and highlighted San Francisco’s recovery from the devastating earthquake of 1906 in San Francisco.
The Painted Dunes in Lassen National Park are the result of volcanic ash.
San Francisco’s iconic skyline at sunset.
Death Valley lives up to its name, except in February and March when millions of wildflowers spring to life.
Each day a different section of the Golden Gate Bridge gets painted in International Orange.
Half Dome dominates the landscape in Yosemite National Park.
Testarossa Travel is a collection of stories about the amazing people of the world and the places they live. Adventurous, funny, and often humbling or downright embarrassing, these stories capture my experiences with authenticity and are meant to inspire readers to get out there and see the world. Each tale is designed to give the reader a true sense of a place, its sights, sounds and smells, and most of all, its people.