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Although golf-like games were played in other parts of Europe as early as the 1200's, it is thought that Scotland is where the modern game of golf as we know it was invented. The first written mention in Scotland was in 1457 prohibiting the play of golf since it distracted from practicing archery, a skill used for military purporses. But the real spread of golf happened in the late 1800's when train service from London to Edinburgh was much improved. Golf spread across the British Isles and then further to the entire British Empire. Even with the expansion of golf courses worldwide, it is still a rite of passage for many golfers (professional and amateurs alike) to head to the wind swept coastlines of Scotland to play on some of the most famous courses in the world. This illustrated map shows just a few of these top courses.
Mérida is the adventure capital of Venezuela set in the foothills of the Andes. It's visited by outdoor enthusiasts to climb, trek, paraglide, do water-sports or go fishing. With a large student population there's no shortage of things to do at night too.
A map of my personal favorite hot springs to visit when visiting yellowstone national park. sidenote, stay away from the bison!
Client commissioned pen and ink illustration for the SF Bay Trail— a planned 500-mile walking and cycling path around the entire San Francisco Bay. The loop runs through all nine Bay Area counties, 47 cities, and across seven toll bridges. With 345 miles in place, the Bay Trail connects communities to parks, open spaces, schools, transit and to each other, and also provides a great alternative commute corridor.