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08 April 2011
Friday Photo Quiz #109
Tough quiz today, but here #39;s a big clue: In the spirit of the previous post, this provincial town, which - last time we saw it - was in no hurry to change, is located in one of the countries in the greater Balkans.
Can you name the town? The country? The answer is after the jump.
A good weekend to all from Common Sense and Whiskey and EarthPhotos.com.
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Serbia: No Hurry to Change
Laurence Mitchell, who #39;s soon off to update the Bradt Guide to Kyrgyzstan, writes this week about Serbia. He says that the National Tourism Organisation of Serbia #39;s new promotional video does little to flatter the Serbian capital, Belgrade, and concludes that:
quot;Perhaps all (the) things that I hold dear are considered a bit too backward and Old Europe for the marketing people. quot;
He and I agree that Serbia #39;s (and the larger Balkan region #39;s) Old Europeness is precisely it #39;s draw. One of the great pleasures of getting out in the world is experiencing the #39;apartness, #39; the dissimilarites to home. Let us not be in a hurry to make everything shiny and new. #0160;
The River Danube at Belgrade.
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06 April 2011
Masters of the Universe: Wednesday HDR
Currently the second-highest ranked HDR as voted by viewers of EarthPhotos.com, and my personal favorite:
Click the photo to make it much, much bigger.
Walking along Oxford Street in London about dusk in January 2010, we came upon this office building, and it looked promising enough that I ran to get my tripod from our hotel room and came back in time to catch these guys about to leave for the day. Several exposures from a single RAW, tonemapped in Photomatix amp; finished in Photoshop.
See over 800 photos from cities all over the world in the Cities Gallery and (at the moment) 220 HDRs in the HDR Gallery at EarthPhotos.com.
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Just a Wee Bit of a Safari Story
Elephant at sunset, South Luangwa park.
I #39;ve just come across this entirely by accident, and I don #39;t know if I #39;ve seen it since I wrote it. I pass it on as it is, with a photo or two, and I #39;ll see if I can find any more notes from this trip.
26 May, 2002, Kapani Lodge, Zambia: Sure the getting here was miserable. Thirteen thousand one hundred four kilometers was the first plane ride - leave shore over Charleston, South Carolina and don #39;t see it again until Cape Town. On the map it was as if the continents were mountain peaks and we slid down the valley called the Atlantic.
That got us to Cape Town where it never dawned but rather the distinct gray of winter merely brightened up. Nine more hours of airports, and these were the difficult hours, hours 18 - 26 straight in public places, but finally, Lusaka.
Familiar traits of the developing world that once made us uneasy - only because of their familiarity - flooded back and this time were welcoming: The scent of wood fires, a banner marking independence (37 years ago) over the airport road, dust, pedestrians, desultory construction, and then the Holiday Inn and our room, where the air conditioning worked.
It would shortly be dark and after thirty-plus hours now we threw off our travel clothes and immediately went to find dinner. We never planned to see more of Lusaka than the view of a few concrete high rise blocks from the third floor elevator landing.
There was an Irish pub in the hotel - I think they called it McGinty #39;s - and we downed a number of the local brew, called Mosi after the indigenous name for Victoria Falls, Mosi O Tunya, or the smoke that thunders. By now we #39;d drunk beer and napped and flown and done all that over again a few times. A buffet opened at 6:30 and we gorged and then slept twelve hours straight.
Then it was Saturday and a man named Webby delivered us back to the same airport and after hunting we found a woman named Beatrice from the copper belt (up by Lubumbashi, Congo where everybody #39;s an expat in the mine trade and therefore a place that needs a travel agent, which Beatrice was). Beatrice was going where we were going. Nobody else seemed to be until finally we hunted down Ryan, a boy pilot from Durban, and finally we rounded up Kitty and Meva who were also thoroughly lost, and we loaded up the Cessna and left.
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04 April 2011
Soccer Match: "the home stands resemble a funeral service for a gangster boss"
Grozny, 2011:
quot;Just like in the Brezhnev era, brigades of babushkas armed with brooms brush away the dirt on the city #39;s central Putin Boulevard, in front of the facades of new department stores, high-rise office buildings and shops specializing in Islamic fashions. At the same time, there are increasing numbers of women who wear Islamic headscarves to avoid being punished by Sunni moral guardians. There are also few cafés left which circumvent the prevailing ban on alcohol by pouring vodka in the teapots. quot; #0160;
From Der Spiegel.
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01 April 2011
Friday Photo Quiz #108
Hmmm. It #39;s a big city. It #39;s in an arid place. It #39;s a national capital and the country #39;s largest city. In fact, it #39;s home to some 35% of the entire national population.
Can you name this capital city? The country? The answer is after the jump.
A good weekend to all from Common Sense and Whiskey and EarthPhotos.com.
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31 March 2011
Coming Soon
We #39;re excited to say that Common Sense and Whiskey, the book, was sent to the publisher today. Ought to be available very soon. It #39;s been a labor of a lot of love for some years now, and we hope everybody will enjoy it. Thanks in advance if you choose to read it.
The book contains fifteen stories about our adventures in some of the world #39;s least visited places. There are stories from Bhutan, Borneo, Burma, Greenland, Guangxi, Lake Baikal, Madagascar, Malawi, Papua New Guinea, Paraguay, Patagonia, The Southern Caucasus, The Trans-Siberian Railway, Sri Lanka and Tibet.
We #39;ll be setting up companion pages on our photo site, EarthPhotos.com, featuring additional commentary and the opportunity for us all to engage in conversation.
We #39;ll let you know when it #39;s available for purchase.
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29 March 2011
No Comment. Or Rather, Hard to Comment.
From a post called 50 Hard-to-Explain Photos at The Online Photographer.
Any similarity to the previous post is purely coincidental.
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Quick! Who's the current Omukama of Toro?
It #39;s His Royal Highness King Oyo Nyimba Kibamba Iguru Rikidi IV. But you probably knew that.
Toro is #0160; a Kingdom in Uganda. His Royal Highness is the currently the youngest reigning monarch.
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28 March 2011
Worth Your Time
Timely:
quot;Twenty-five years after the Soviet-era meltdown drove 60,000 people from their homes in the Ukraine, a rebirth is taking place inside the exclusion zone. With Geiger counter in hand, the author explores Europe #39;s strangest wildlife refuge, an enchanted postapocalyptic forest from which entirely new species may soon emerge. quot; - from Outside Magazine.
Expensive:
quot;This 17-minute-long quot;national image film quot; features a string of uplifting facts and inspiring pronouncements about modern-day China. quot; - from Danwei.
Dangerous:
quot;On 4 November Qantas flight QF32, an Airbus A380 outbound from Singapore, ran into serious problems when a turbine on its Rolls-Royce Trent 900 engine suffered an uncontained failure. We caught up with one of the five pilots onboard, who describes how the crew professionally dealt with the incident, the sequence of events, and how the most dangerous period was after they had landed. quot; - from Aerospace Insight.
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24 March 2011
Why El Salvador?
Heather Berkman writes in Foreign Policy that it #39;s mostly about drug interdiction. Plus there #39;s no place much better in Central America for a U.S. president to visit:
quot;... El Salvador has remained politically stable. Honduras is still regrouping following the ouster of President Manuel Zelaya in 2009. Guatemala #39;s government lacks the resources and the political will to effectively combat drug traffickers. Throw in the likely reelection of Daniel Ortega in Nicaragua this year, Washington #39;s ongoing tensions with Panama #39;s mercurial President Ricardo Martinelli, and Costa Rica #39;s lack of regional political weight, and El Salvador begins to look more like Washington #39;s foothold in the region. quot;
Entering El Salvador overland from Guatemala, bananas welcomed us to this republic.
From EarthPhotos.com.
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23 March 2011
Where to Go, Why, and What to Read.
Travel ferociously. Get out there. Engage people. Witness events. Explore the world. Bust a move. See all you can see. But when you’re at home and calm, sanguine and reflective, back in the part of the house where people don’t come unless you invite them, in that one little spot where only you rule, that’s where you can see most clearly.
Back there in that room, I saw our trip to Sarajevo as a conceit. We decided we’d go and see the aftermath of war and then we would think about it. And we saw the burned out houses on the airport road. We saw children at play beneath a hand-painted sign warning of “snijper” fire over there, in that direction.
We stood on a hill above town with an old woman and her little granddaughter and a vast field of Muslim graves behind them. We took pictures of SFOR soldiers (NATO’s ‘Stabilization Force’) taking pictures. And in the end, we didn’t really understand it any better. Or at least, we didn’t Glean Wisdom.
I read and read, before and after Sarajevo, and we went to see it, and we had a view of the bombed out parliament building from the Holiday Inn hotel, where we paid in advance, in cash, in Deutschmarks, right up front, for our entire stay.
The parliament building from the Holiday Inn, Sarajevo.
The elevator opened to carpet ripped by gunfire.
The main reconstruction work in Sarajevo was in busting down curbs and rebuilding them with wheelchair ramps.
We walked up and down the open air Markale market where a random, direct shelling killed 68, wounded two hundred on a rainy Saturday in February, 1994 – the bloodiest attack in the then twenty-two month long conflict. We saw bricks and mortar blasted from the side of the hotel next door. People bustled about the market that day, selling flowers, buying fruit, and we took it all in, but still we didn’t Glean Wisdom.
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Ascension Island - Wednesday HDR
From along the road out to the BBC's Atlantic Relay earth station facility on Ascension Island in the South Atlantic, here's a positively unearthly landscape. It's an HDR made from a single photo, reexposed in Photoshop Bridge and combined and finished in Photomatix. There are over 300 HDR photos in the HDR Gallery at EarthPhotos.com. Also see the Ascension Island Gallery.
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19 March 2011
Plus Ça Change: Tibet
March is the most angst ridden month for Chinese fonctionnaires in Tibet. Elections for a new prime minister-in-exile are scheduled for tomorrow, and travel agencies quot;say they have been ordered not to allow foreign tourists into Tibet in March. quot;
Spend a few worthwhile minutes with the New York Review of Books blog, where Pico Iyer takes stock of the state of Tibetan politics and the 75 year old Dalai Lama. Nine days ago the Dalai Lama announced his quot;retirement quot; from politics, which Iyer says quot;was one way of underlining to Beijing that the Tibetan problem will not go away when he dies.... quot;
Stephan Tanty has written an entertaining new book, Escape from the Land of the Snows. It #39;s a quick read; You can do it in a weekend. It #39;s written in a dramatized, you were there style, purporting to know the thoughts of the players, but it paints a vivid, immediate portrait of Lhasa, 1959, as the young Dalai Lama prepared for and then carried out his escape.
Escape from the Land of the Snows describes a positively medieval world that just simply doesn #39;t exist today. It #39;s hard to grasp the depth of change Tibet and its leader have seen across a single lifetime.
The Tashilunpo Monastery in Xigatse, Tibet from the China Gallery at EarthPhotos.com.
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18 March 2011
Friday Photo Quiz #107
Since the skyline in this week #39;s photo quiz #39;s capital city looks like it could be most any atmospheric (if just a wee bit polluted) city anywhere, this week #39;s quiz comes with an additional clue. It #39;s where this monster (the building, not the cabbie) is:
Can you name the capital city? The country? The answer is after the jump.
A good weekend to all from Common Sense and Whiskey and EarthPhotos.com.
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Busy Airports.
Our home airport is ATL. It #39;s feeling the heat from BJS.
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16 March 2011
Sydney HDR
We haven #39;t been out on the road in far too long. Day job demands attention, so day-dreaming is in order. Here #39;s an HDR favorite from Sydney, Australia, taken at dawn from Watson #39;s Bay. Click it to make it much bigger.
There are 400 photos from all over the country in the Australia Gallery at EarthPhotos.com. Like this one from Broome, for no particular reason, except it makes you feel good. If it were one of those motivational posters it would be titled
Exuberance:
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11 March 2011
Friday Photo Quiz #106
Here #39;s a photo from one of the stories in the soon-to-be-published book Common Sense and Whiskey. This photo is from the capital of one of the former Soviet republics. Unlike most of the #39;stans, this country has a long waterfront. Can you name the city? The country?
The answer is after the jump. A good weekend to all from Common Sense and Whiskey amp; EarthPhotos.com.(Photo from EarthPhotos.com.)
(Common Sense and Whiskey - the book - is coming soon.)
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09 March 2011
Bhutan Wednesday HDR
Just about my favorite HDR we've taken so far. Almost biblical. My God, the guy on the right has a fish. It's a meat market in Thimphu, Bhutan. Three reexposed images combined into one in Photomatix.
More from Bhutan in the Bhutan Gallery, and more HDRs in the HDR Gallery at EarthPhotos.com.
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07 March 2011
"Europe's Strangest Wildlife Refuge..."
... around Chernobyl.
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