A friend of mine who lives in England sent me a article showing that his country gets about half of the sunshine that Missouri enjoys in an average year.
The comparison is worse when compared to California. His island gets just a third of the sunlight that Californians soak up every twelve months.
Great weather and free Vitamin D isn’t the only thing that sets the Golden State apart.
A distinct casual vibe is the rule, not the exception, in the workplace. When I am photographing business people in the middle west and eastern parts of the USA, it’s customary to see suits as the de facto uniform.
When I photograph similar folks in Silicon Valley, comfortable clothing takes precedent.