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Experiencing Germany With Three of My Nieces. Part 6 – Bad Duerkheim and the Pfaelzer Wald

Since we had gone further afield the day before, our last full day in the Pfalz was focused more on relatively local activities where a bit of rain would be more easily managed.  We started off with another excellent breakfast, … Continue reading

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Through the Camera: On the edge of progress

A section of an older part of Shanghai stands like an island among a wave of new construction.  The ground has already been cleared for the next building going up across the street, and I’m fairly certain that in a … Continue reading

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Tokyo Views – towers

Most of my interest in Japan focused on the smaller scale details of the larger picture, but with a skyline punctuated by office towers it is hard to miss the major role they play in providing a high-contrast backdrop to … Continue reading

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Tokyo Views – Smallscrapers

Although blessed with several large parks and other open areas to break up the space, Tokyo is a crowded city. Land is at a premium, and prior to the age of bulldozer development people generally made use of the piece … Continue reading

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