Tag Archives: tourism

Photo from the World: Bird of Prey

This is completely not going to be what you’re expecting, unless you love a nice plate of gagh every so often. A few years ago, staying in the village of Paje on Zanzibar’s east coast, I went for a morning walk … 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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Lesson: Patience

Patience comes in many forms. Sometimes, patience demands that you wait days, weeks, months, or even years for something, working specifically toward a goal, or going through your life, waiting for a period of time to end. At other times, … Continue reading

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Places We Live: Rynek Głowny, Krakow

When considering photos for my Places We Live series, I ask whether the piece would ask a question of me, or fulfill a need. The questions they ask cover a broad range – “Could I live there?” or “Would I … Continue reading

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Beautiful: Windmill Silhouette

I’ve started writing this post three times now. It was supposed to be a lesson, but my internet isn’t working great, so the 7 pictures I needed for it wouldn’t upload. So I switched to a philosophy-driven post, but it … Continue reading

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