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From the banks of the Potomac…

Washington Monument and Jefferson Memorial from the banks of the Potomac, Washington, DC (September 29, 2009) Though I risk slipping too comfortably into the trend of “this day back when” posts, let me just squeeze in this one photograph, taken on … Continue reading

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Photo of the day(/month?): Mani Walls, Deurali

September 27, 2010: mani walls at the Deurali Pass, Solu-Khumbu, Nepal This time last year, I was two days into a three week trek from the middle hills of Nepal up through the Himalayas and back again. When I returned, having … Continue reading

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Photo Essay: Chesapeake Bay overnight excursion

As previously mentioned, not long after returning from Ireland, I was crewing a short sailing expedition on the Chesapeake Bay with an overnight in Annapolis and St. Michael’s. Here are a few shots from the trip: (1&2 Annapolis City Dock … Continue reading

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you know it is going to be a great day when…

…you can see the Himalayas from your window in the middle of monsoon season. Confession: Today wasn’t a great day… it probably wasn’t even good. Internet service calls, frequent phone calls to the landlord about small but vital tasks that … Continue reading

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Photo Essay: Belfast’s Queen’s Quarter

Home sweet hostel for my stay in Belfast was in quiet Queen’s Quarter (and look what I just did there), a 15 minute walk south of the Europa Buscentre, the main transportation hub for the city. I found Belfast to … Continue reading

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Great Walks: Giants Causeway Coast Way

Though tour buses from Belfast descend upon the Giant’s Causeway in County Antrim, Northern Ireland every day, the causeway coast is best explored at a slower pace over the course of at least an overnight or two. Some of the … Continue reading

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spring in Philly

Baltimore is currently plagued with dark skies and intermittent downpours, a perfect day to be confined indoors to catch up on work of both the scholarly and house variety. Last week, around this time, I was in the City of … Continue reading

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