Author Archives: Dmitrii

BOSTON Reflections

Boston downtown area has many tall glass buildings which act as perfect mirrors with right angle of the sun. It presents some interesting photo opportunities, like the one below. The day when I took this photo was perfectly sunny with … Continue reading

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Antalya Sunrise

We are planning on doing a short trip to Florida for Thanksgiving and while we are not going to see or experience warm waters like we did on this hot day in Turkey, it will be considerably much warmer than … Continue reading

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Old New

While walking in Phnom Penh I saw this contrasting scene. Not sure how long this house will remain to be there, probably not much longer. This is what happens to the old districts in down towns of developing cities, they … Continue reading

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Biltmore Magic

I’m on a business trip in Michigan at the moment with 20F temperatures outdoors and some snow on the ground, cold. I thought that posting this photo and then checking it once or twice the next day (that is today) … Continue reading

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Bronze Girl

I kind of like this statue and on a few occasions I had a chance to visit New Orleans and French Quarter I tried to swing by her and take a look. It is another place where people like to … Continue reading

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Tuck Tucks In Cambodia

Tuck Tucks are one of the primary transportation choices in Cambodian cities. They are everywhere and drivers are in your face asking if you need a ride. There are lot of them and all of them need business so they … Continue reading

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Ghosts of Angkor Wat

Angkor Wat is a crowed place. Any time of the day. At sunrise a few thousand people descent there to see the sun coming from behind the temple and it does not get any less crowded later on in the … Continue reading

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