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Doors of San Juan

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One unique aspect of San Juan is the architecture…and there is no better way to compare photos than of doors. Here is a quick look at some of the styles and colors that San Juan has to offer.

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Snow Mountain (雪山)

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“Twenty more steps…twenty more steps.” That is what I kept telling myself during the last half kilometer of my summit of Snow Mountain. Confused by the name? Snow Mountain has several names, in fact probably more than any other mountain … Continue reading

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Hsinchu Morning Market

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While night markets get most of the press in Lonely Planet guide books, morning markets can be an all together different experience in Asia. This morning market is a short walk from where I live in Taiwan. Most night markets … Continue reading

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Kijŏng-dong, North Korea

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  Kijŏng-dong is situated in North Korea’s half of the Demilitarized Zone. It is one of only two villages permitted to remain in the  2.5 mile DMZ set up under the 1953 armistice between the UN and the DPRK. I took these … Continue reading

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Si fen-wei / Dajian Mountain(s)

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We started at the Xizhi (汐止) train station, from there it was about a thirty minute walk to the trail-head. At the start it was a steep climb. Later we stopped at a few points along the trail to rehydrate. … Continue reading

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Seoul, South Korea

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I could go on all day about Seoul but here are some quick facts you might find interesting about this bustling metropolis. * Seoul is the 8th largest city in the world with a population of 10.2 million. * It … Continue reading

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Busan, South Korea

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Busan was a city that I was very excited to visit. Port cities in Asia always have a distinct personality and Busan is no different. With a population of around 3.5 million, Busan is the second largest city in South … Continue reading

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Beijing (Tiananmen Square)

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Tiananmen Square has been the site of a number of political protest and historical events over the years. These include the May Fourth Movement in 1919; the start of the People’s Republic of China by Mao Ze-dong on October 1, … Continue reading

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Beijing (Migrant Workers)

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As this blog has evolved, so has my own personal style of photography. I have never been into taking monument pictures but like everyone else, I do take my shots of the Statue of Liberty, Big Ben, and the Taj … Continue reading

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Taipei 101 Views

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The following are a collection of cityscape photos that I took from the top of Taipei 101, in the fall of 2010. I have been to the top on several occasions and have been blessed with some spectacular views each … Continue reading