Tweet I guess I should preface this semi-rant by saying I am one of the least judgmental people on the planet. Whatever floats your boat, as long as it isn’t hurting others, is fine by me. But I’m really never going to be much of a fan of intolerance and the intolerant. A few days [...]
It is amazing how much range he can get out of this traditional Mongolian instrument, a horse fiddle. It has only two strings. A two stringed bass guitar type thing. Amazing. And the additional sounds he gets from his “throat music” makes this incredible.
I can’t wait to go back. Mongolia is a beautiful country, which I only got to mostly witness from the train windows. The people are friendly and given better weather, there is a ton of stuff I want to do here.
Tweet The traffic in Hanoi is crazy. Simply crazy. But sooooooo fun to watch from the sidelines. If you enjoyed this post, make sure you subscribe to my feed.
Tweet Sorry its been so long between me writing here. Having my computer going on the fritz has set me back, especially with pictures. The damn thing works one day and then not for two days. And back and forth. In any case, here are some various notes from some of the countries I’ve shot [...]
This was at dawn in Cappadocia, Turkey, which is simply a wonderful city. Very touristic, but a wonderful place to see. The scenery is dominated by some incredibly unique landscape. And the Turkish people are wonderful.
17 Norias (water wheels) that date back to Ottoman times in the city, which is in Syria. When they are in use, they make a distinctive sound….The famous norias of Hamah, Syria — basically huge water wheels, but the sound is very distinctive.
Dahab, Egypt. On the Red Sea. Incredibly good diving. Great place. Highly recommended, even if you don’t dive. The coral reefs are literally just yards off shore. Great snorkling. Mt. Sinai is less than two hours away. You can do a day trip to Petra. And more and more.