Monthly Archives: December 2011

Noseless Statue, Angkor Wat, Cambodia

There are a lot of statues at the temple complexes outside of Siem Reap, Cambodia. There is at least one temple, the towers of which are made up of huge carved faces (that’ll be tomorrow’s post). This one captures the … Continue reading

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The White Tree of Minas Tirith, Middle Earth

This is an outtake from a shoot I did in support of my Places We Live project. As I was shooting it, there was something very familiar about it, and as someone who sees Middle Earth in everything, my first … Continue reading

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The White Tree of Minas Tirith, Middle Earth

This is an outtake from a shoot I did in support of my Places We Live project. As I was shooting it, there was something very familiar about it, and as someone who sees Middle Earth in everything, my first … Continue reading

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Darulaman Palace, Kabul, Afghanistan

I had a meeting at the National Museum of Afghanistan, on the south edge of town, across the street from the Darulaman Palace. As I left the museum and crossed the street to my car, I took the opportunity to … Continue reading

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End of the Road, Tonle Sap Lake, Cambodia

During the dry season, there’s a road that runs across the middle of Tonle Sap Lake, Cambodia. During the monsoon season, which ended the week before we went, the road floods out. On a tangential note, the fishermen of the … Continue reading

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