In 2007, Minneapolis-based entrepreneur Gary Arndt sold his house and embarked on what he thought would be a year of travel for pleasure. Ten years later, he’s still jet-setting—and making a living doing so. The self-taught, award-winning shutterbug with 197k Instagram followers has captured awe-inspiring photographs of wildlife, landscapes, and people across 190 countries and territories and 320 UNESCO World Heritage sites. Arndt uses minimal editing—light, color correction, sharpening—to allow the world’s natural beauty to shine. Be it a polar bear mother with her cubs in Churchill, Manitoba, or a camel in a sandstorm in Danakil Depression in Ethiopia, his images evoke the wonder and mystery of far-flung destinations. This Thursday, he brings upward of 45 images of his adventures to Track 29 Gallery with hopes of inspiring viewers to travel internationally. The exhibition shares the same title as his website, Everything Everywhere, which was named one of the Top 25 Blogs by Time magazine in 2010.