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Photo from the World: Sunrise, Bali

Two! new things in one post! You’re thrilled right out of your seat now, aren’t you? Sweet! (I spent this past weekend at both British Summer Time in Hyde Park, and at Sonisphere in Knebworth, UK – a heavy metal fan’s dream … Continue reading

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Photo from the World: Ta Prohm

With that title, you’re expecting a huge tree growing through a temple, aren’t you? Too bad! I’m gonna make you look at something else. I’ve been working for years to get a nice series-of-doorways photo. I have negatives from the … Continue reading

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Photo from the World: Dancing with Lenin

One of the great things in Hanoi is public dancing. People listen to Bach and Mozart and Strauss (and don’t make me list all of them), and they waltz, foxtrot, tango, and so on, and they do this in public … Continue reading

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Photo from the World: An Hour at Ba Dinh Square

Last fall, I had a chance to visit Hanoi, Vietnam. I loved the place. I would happily live there for a while, and maybe for a long while. It’s surprising for many reasons – I don’t like crowded, polluted, noisy … Continue reading

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Photo Essay: Kashgar Animal Market

Kashgar, China, just south of Kyrgyzstan, west of Tajikistan and Afghanistan, near the Pamir Plateau, is a beautiful, dusty desert oasis town. And it’s old. Older than Paris. Maybe as old as Athens and Rome. The first recorded mention of … Continue reading

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