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“There is no darkness but ignorance”

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F 5.6; 1/100; ISO 100; 57mm.

Shot at Leicester Square in London, England.   Continue reading ““There is no darkness but ignorance””

Back to Boston Baseball

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F 5; 1/400; ISO 100; 50mm.

Shot at Fenway Park in Boston, Massachusetts.  

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A black and white blizzard

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F 8; 1/400; ISO 100; 38mm.

Shot near Jackson, Wyoming, at the Jackson Hole Mountain Resort

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The best kind of Friday

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F 8; 1/500; ISO 100; 37mm.

Shot near Steamboat Springs, Colorado.

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Dr. King

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F 5.6; 1/100; ISO 100; 87mm.

Shot at the Martin Luther King Jr Memorial in Washington, DC.

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A Canadian Juxtaposition

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F 5.6; 1/160; ISO 100; 74mm.

Shot in Montreal, Canada.

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Exploring Bangkok

As I quote in the introductory post to the trip report, Bangkok is described as a “town of juxtapositions.” The sprawling metropolis, also affectionately referred to as “The Big Mango,” is well deserving of its characterization. It sits at the crossroads of the jungle and the sea, and between ancient traditions rooted in Buddhism and recent efforts to globalize. These four key influences all blend together in the city, and both visitors and residents alike are all in for a dynamic treat. Some might find it all to be a bit too stimulating and overwhelming, and don’t get me wrong, being on your feet in Bangkok can soon become exhausting, but it truly is a spectacle in a nearly otherworldly way.

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