During the first two weeks of April, I ventured out almost halfway across the world to the United Kingdom. I spent one week near London and another four days in Northern Ireland. In true tourist fashion, I lugged along my Nikon and tripod. I visited famous locations including Abbey Road, noteworthy for being the cover of the Beatles’ 11th studio album, “Abbey Road.”
Graffiti covers a wall outside Abbey Road Studios, which is washed and painted every three months. Regardless, I signed it. And for 90 days the names of the most important people in my life – my parents – will remain in one of the most influential locations of all time.