Posted by | February 12, 2017
Tools of the Trade

In Jamestown, an old railroad town from the gold rush days located southeast of Stockton, California, the museum is an open train yard that visitors are free to wander around....

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Posted by | February 11, 2017
Somewhere between Bucharest and Kyiv

On the long 29-hour long train trip from Bucharest, Romania to Kyiv, Ukraine, the train stops in a number of towns that give the traveler the option to disembark, stretch...

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Posted by | February 4, 2017

If you would like to purchase this or any image you see on this site, drop by the shop or feel free to contact me for pricing.

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Posted by | January 18, 2017
Dual identity

Behind the window of an unused room in an old Ottoman fort in the city of Tetovo, Macedonia sit empty bookcases and garbage, remnants of a time when it was used....

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Posted by | October 29, 2016
Separate Us From Those

We are at heart so profoundly anarchistic that the only form of state we can imagine living in is Utopian; and so cynical that the only Utopia we can believe...

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Posted by | April 1, 2016
Soviet Era Circus
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Posted by | March 30, 2016
Treasure Island
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Posted by | October 19, 2015

It's been over four years since I was in Astana, but the memory of this capital city's architecture keeps returning to me. So, when I stumbled upon these photos in...

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Posted by | May 24, 2015

Where I live in the San Francisco bay area, every few minutes I see planes on the flight path going into San Francisco International Airport (SFO). Additionally, though, tens of...

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Posted by | March 22, 2015
Moscow Metro

For nearly a year and half, the Moscow metro was my mode of transport while I lived in the great Russian capital. With an average daily ridership of nearly 7...

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