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A Place Called Home
 
20th - 26th November 2011
 
 
Kullu, India
Photograph © Sweety Mathew
Captured Thu Dec 29, '11 10:31AM
Posted Mon Jan 16, '12 01:26AM
Views 282 / Comments 0
 
Grungery Effect
 
Condo/ Flats Home to many
Photograph © Jeff Ortiz
Captured Sat Dec 03, '11 01:39AM
Posted Sat Dec 03, '11 01:39AM
Views 287 / Comments 0
 
It is home to some... alas, not me!
 
Thurland Castle
Photograph © Rob Sutherland
Captured Wed Nov 23, '11 11:54AM
Posted Wed Nov 23, '11 04:02PM
Views 310 / Comments 1
 
This year marked 10 years for Arizona being my home.
(EDIT) The color looks kind of strange on this upload- it looked fine on my home computer though. Excuse the strange blues.
 
Sedona
Photograph © Bob Miller
Captured Wed Oct 28, '09 07:40PM
Posted Sat Nov 19, '11 01:00PM
Views 307 / Comments 2
 
It may not be immediately obvious why this is called home...
This is one of the images from the folio 'The Meaning Of Trees'
 
Home
Photograph © Ruud van Ruitenbeek
Captured Sat Nov 19, '11 04:37AM
Posted Sat Nov 19, '11 04:37AM
Views 333 / Comments 2
 
Althought dog not so inspired, these two Black Hmong women where very excited to show us their home in Sapa Valley, north of Hanoi, Vietnam.   This is a wonderful place to take off and hike around the area and catch the locals where they live and see them in action.    Sapa is rapidly becoming a popular spot for tourism and is starting to lose some of its charm, so walking out amoung the villages has advantages.
 
Welcome to my Humble Home
Photograph © Richard P Schoettger
Captured Fri Dec 24, '10 08:39AM
Posted Sat Nov 19, '11 04:15AM
Views 322 / Comments 2
 
Home can be a mysterious place, secrecy and privacy is kept behind closed doors.
 
Mystery in Morocco
Photograph © Alice Kabanoff
Captured Tue Aug 04, '09 04:49AM
Posted Thu Nov 17, '11 09:50AM
Views 274 / Comments 2
 
This small cottage just spoke to me of home in the Dutch town of Volendam.
 
A Cottage in Holland
Photograph ©
Captured Mon Aug 15, '11 02:59AM
Posted Fri Nov 11, '11 01:44PM
Views 335 / Comments 4
 
Just over there, hidden by the coconut trees is what the vendor call home. To be honest this is where I feel i'm home as well. Calm and relax, no work to think just relax...
 
The Beach
Photograph © Jeff Ortiz
Captured Tue May 17, '11 05:06PM
Posted Thu Oct 06, '11 02:52PM
Views 329 / Comments 0
 
Our guide in Sri Lanka and his family with my wife.
He showed us his humble home which had been destroyed a few years earlier by floods and they have had to rebuild it without a cent of aid from the government.
Sad - reality but home
 
Home sweet home
Photograph © Avi Hirschfield
Captured Sun Oct 02, '11 05:53PM
Posted Sun Oct 02, '11 11:55AM
Views 348 / Comments 1
 
Sitting below a still active volcano, Mt. Inerie, is the village of Bena with its traditional pagan settings.   On the island of Flores in Indonesia, the people live here quite happily and enjoy their gardens and way of life.   Every late December, they actually hold a tremendous ceremony and still practice the pagan beliefs of sacrificing animals at alters and having a huge feast.   I definitely want to go back someday for that.
 
Home in Bena Village
Photograph © Richard P Schoettger
Captured Mon Apr 25, '11 07:54AM
Posted Sat Oct 01, '11 07:15AM
Views 374 / Comments 2
 
This beautiful castle was in use from 1504-1868. It was ruled by the 23 lords of Matsumoto representing six different daimyo families. In this period the stronghold was also known as Crow Castle (?? Karasu-jo?) because its black walls and roofs looked like spreading wings.
 
Matsumoto-jo
Photograph © Benita Sedillo
Captured Mon Mar 14, '11 02:49PM
Posted Wed Sep 28, '11 03:49PM
Views 644 / Comments 5
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