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My 2015 Year in Review: Photographing Around the World

Photo Essay of 2015 Last year was full of interesting experiences in my photography career. I traveled to 15 countries and a countless amount of cities, towns, natural reserves, and peculiar places. I explored one of the world’s most isolated islands, followed the footsteps of the Incas, drove through the lonely but lively Queensland’s Outback, …

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Best 7 Travel Experiences of 2015

The year 2015 is almost coming to the end. How did this happen? I didn’t believe it when my grandmother said ‘time goes faster when you get older’, but now I understand what she meant. Time flies. Especially this year I feel it more so. Why is that? Because I’m having too much fun? There …

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The Kelpies

The Kelpies: More Than Just Giant Horses

The Kelpies: More Than Giant Horses Scotland recently acquired a pair of metal equine sculptures. It’s 30-meter high, became the largest public art in Scotland, and one of the largest of its kind in the world. It’s The Kelpies, stands in the Helix Environmental Regeneration Scheme on the Forth and Clyde Canal near Falkirk on …

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Edinburgh's Hogmanay

Party ‘Till the New Year: Edinburgh’s Hogmanay

What happened at the Edinburgh’s Hogmanay Edinburgh knows how to welcome the New Year. For three days, they throw one of the world’s biggest parties filled with music, adventure, and more than enough fireworks. I returned to Scotland to participate in #blogmanay campaign following last year’s Hogmanay in celebration in Inverness. For this year, I …

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Briefs: The Second Comming

BRIEFS: all male, all vaudeville, all trash

A Boy-lesque show, anyone? Who knew, I would be sitting in the theater for “boy-lesque”. I love theater shows, but I never encountered with burlesque shows. But it happened indeed. It was a show called “Briefs: The Second Coming” from Australia. It was their last performance of the successful three-week run in Edinburgh’s Christmas, and …

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