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Close to Home: Camp Manzanar

March 28, 2014 - Highway 395 is a long stretch of straight tarmac between Indian Wells and Bishop, running parallel to the range of the S...
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Close to Home: Americana - part 13

March 27, 2014 - Without words Water at 33rd, Georgetown, Washington D.C. Lobster Utility, Stonington, Maine...
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Close to Home: Another Day In Arlington

March 26, 2014 - Another day in Arlington means another ceremony, another burial and another flag folded. As I wander the grounds more or...
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Focus Ghana: Jungle Hike

March 24, 2014 - One of my most memorable hikes has been along the borderline of Ghana and Togo. Before setting out we, a franco-german g...
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Close to Home: Cabin John Bridges

March 21, 2014 - There is a peculiar bridge that one has to cross when driving from Cabin John to Glen Echo or DC on MacArthur Boulevard.
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Close to Home: Biking through Shark Valley, Florida

March 20, 2014 - No, there are no sharks in Shark Valley, at least not to my knowledge. There are plenty of alligators, snakes, otters, m...
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Focus Turkey: Anatolia - part 2

March 18, 2014 - Read and see Anatolia - part 1 Beyond the horizon grows a faint rumble, a slight breathing of the earth, an up an...
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Close to Home: More snow. Can you believe it?

March 17, 2014 - Everybody´s inner clock was ready for the Cherry Blossom Festival, for spring, t-shirts, shorts, kayaking, flip-flops, h...
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Close to Home: Americana - part 12

March 16, 2014 - Want to see the other Americana series? Type Americana in search ➚ Without words Brownstones,...
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Focus Photography: The Sea

March 15, 2014 - On a hot and bright summer day we went to the beach somewhere along the turkish mediterranean coast. We were there a lit...
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Close to Home: Building Museums Light & Shadow

March 15, 2014 - The Building Mueum is one of the most impressive buildings in Washington D.C., at the same time it is probably one of th...
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Close to Home: Walking along Wisconsin Avenue

March 14, 2014 - This day was one of the more bleaker days of this long ongoing winter. But even on a bleak day there is something to be...
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Rückblende: Alcatraz 1993

March 13, 2014 - Sometimes, when sifting through old pictures, one comes to realize that quite some time has gone by. Not just the past f...
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Close to Home: Fog on Smith Mountain Lake

March 12, 2014 - Silence. A lot of silence and idleness. Fog floats over water, creeps on shore and between the trees. It muffles early m...
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Close to Home: Awkward Architecture

March 10, 2014 - There is a lot of awkward architecture around. Conference centers, trade centers, convention centers, exhibition halls,...
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Cose to Home: Americana - part 11

March 08, 2014 - The Americana series reflects moments and spontaneous situations, photographic quality is only a secondary issue....
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Focus Turkey: Snowshoeing

March 07, 2014 - It sounds weird, but Turkey has harsh winters. Temperatures drop to -25ºC for weeks and months and there´s enough snow t...
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Close to Home: A walk around the Capitol

March 06, 2014 - For people living in the Washington D.C. area, the Capitol is just another landmark. Sometimes Congress gets work done h...
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Close to Home: Naples, Florida

March 04, 2014 - Florida is one place that I´ve really worked hard and long on to finally like. Maybe I´ve been to all the wrong places a...
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Focus Ghana: Bamboo Forest

March 03, 2014 - Bamboo: The largest member of the grass family, one of the fastest growing plants on earth, a staple for some animals, a...
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Close to Home: White´s Ferry

March 02, 2014 - The anonymous mass commute ugliness of the American Legion Bridge is one reason we don´t take that route when going to L...
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