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Gangham style in the bush
Photograph © Andrew Brown
Posted Thu Feb 14, '13 01:39AM
Views 88 / Comments 1
 
 
unusual fog
Photograph © Andrew Brown
Posted Thu Feb 14, '13 01:35AM
Views 102 / Comments 1
 
Chicago
 
The Bean
Photograph © Patrick Flynn
Posted Wed Feb 13, '13 11:44PM
Views 210 / Comments 3
 
 
Kuala Lumpur Clock Tower
Photograph © Miro Susta
Posted Mon Feb 11, '13 07:08AM
Views 68 / Comments 0
 
The clock tower forms a part of magnificent Sultan Abdul Samad building completed in 1897. This is the most photographed building in the city, with a 40m clock tower affectionately dubbed "Big Ben", topped with a golden dome and flanked on both sides by two domed towers. During state occasions, colored lights twinkle in the arches, making it look like a scene from an Arabian Nights' tale.
 
Kuala Lumpur Clock Tower
Photograph © Miro Susta
Posted Mon Feb 11, '13 06:05AM
Views 110 / Comments 2
 
 
Album: Landmarks
Photograph © Christopher Morrison
Posted Sun Feb 10, '13 08:02PM
Views 97 / Comments 3
 
 
Album: Landmarks
Photograph © Christopher Morrison
Posted Sun Feb 10, '13 08:02PM
Views 84 / Comments 2
 
 
Album: Landmarks
Photograph © Christopher Morrison
Posted Sun Feb 10, '13 08:02PM
Views 70 / Comments 0
 
After many (more than 7) active membership in NPN I've changed to TPN today. I hope I will not bore you with my photographs and hope on most honest comments & critique. Feel free to criticize, if you feel that my work it not up to good photography standards and tell me what you like or dislike, I will appreciate it. Thank you.
 
Miro Susta
Photograph © Miro Susta
Posted Sun Feb 10, '13 01:07AM
Views 121 / Comments 5
 
As I do during most of my trips, I keep the windows open in the vehicle I am in and often shot along the way.  I happened to catch these two vendors riding along side for a second and I quickly raised my camera and shot.   The first girl had that wonderful look on her face as she noticed, while the back girl had the initial shock and then cracked up after the shot was taken.  The funny thing was that they were at the place I ended up going to and they recognized me immediately and ran over to sell their goods.  Of course, I had to buy...they were absolutely wonderful.   Taken outside of Yangoon going to the Golden Rock.
 
Cycle Vendors of Yangoon
Photograph © Richard P Schoettger
Posted Fri Feb 08, '13 07:39PM
Views 116 / Comments 1
 
 
Silver Snow
Photograph © Prashant Rana
Posted Wed Feb 06, '13 05:43AM
Views 73 / Comments 0
 
 
Monks of Mountains
Photograph © Prashant Rana
Posted Wed Feb 06, '13 05:43AM
Views 70 / Comments 0
 
 
Monk in meditation
Photograph © Prashant Rana
Posted Wed Feb 06, '13 05:42AM
Views 67 / Comments 0
 
a couple returning home from work in the evening.
 
Going Home
Photograph © Prashant Rana
Posted Wed Feb 06, '13 05:41AM
Views 71 / Comments 0
 
 
Who's there?
Photograph © Prashant Rana
Posted Wed Feb 06, '13 05:40AM
Views 82 / Comments 0
 
 
Looking around
Photograph © Prashant Rana
Posted Wed Feb 06, '13 05:40AM
Views 71 / Comments 0
 
 
Banwari
Photograph © Prashant Rana
Posted Wed Feb 06, '13 05:40AM
Views 64 / Comments 0
 
 
Snowline-Black & White
Photograph © Prashant Rana
Posted Wed Feb 06, '13 05:05AM
Views 74 / Comments 0
 
 
Snowline
Photograph © Prashant Rana
Posted Wed Feb 06, '13 05:04AM
Views 66 / Comments 0
 
 
Photograph © Pop Petru Laurentiu
Posted Tue Feb 05, '13 05:25AM
Views 124 / Comments 4
 
 
Phoenix after Dark
Photograph © Bob Miller
Posted Mon Feb 04, '13 02:39PM
Views 97 / Comments 2
 
The river tribes of Papua New Guinea seemed more "war-like" then the bribes up in the highlands as indicated by the man during the Crocodile Festival on the Sepik River region.   I was quite thankful they "fruited" the tip of the spear, but these guys were really fun.  They see a camera and POP...pose.  Then they would laugh and laugh.  Very expressive people.
 
On the War Path - PNG
Photograph © Richard P Schoettger
Posted Sat Feb 02, '13 11:05PM
Views 154 / Comments 1
 
 
The Long and Winding Road
Photograph © Richard P Schoettger
Posted Sat Feb 02, '13 08:11AM
Views 261 / Comments 5
 
 
Durban sunset
Photograph © Andrew Brown
Posted Sat Feb 02, '13 05:04AM
Views 99 / Comments 2
 
 
Bidiya Mosque
Photograph © Martin John
Posted Thu Jan 31, '13 02:44PM
Views 113 / Comments 0
 
 
Inside Bidiya Mosque
Photograph © Martin John
Posted Thu Jan 31, '13 02:44PM
Views 115 / Comments 0
 
 
Inside Bidiya Mosque
Photograph © Martin John
Posted Thu Jan 31, '13 02:44PM
Views 122 / Comments 0
 
 
Inside Bidiya Mosque
Photograph © Martin John
Posted Thu Jan 31, '13 02:44PM
Views 111 / Comments 0
 
 
Bidiya Mosque
Photograph © Martin John
Posted Thu Jan 31, '13 02:38PM
Views 110 / Comments 0
 
 
Bidiya Mosque
Photograph © Martin John
Posted Thu Jan 31, '13 02:37PM
Views 109 / Comments 0
 
 
Bidiya Mosque
Photograph © Martin John
Posted Thu Jan 31, '13 02:37PM
Views 112 / Comments 0
 
 
Bidiya Mosque
Photograph © Martin John
Posted Thu Jan 31, '13 02:37PM
Views 103 / Comments 0
 
 
Bidiya Mosque - Fujairah, UAE
Photograph © Martin John
Posted Thu Jan 31, '13 07:47AM
Views 115 / Comments 0
 
Taken in a monestary outside of Yangoon, Myanmar (Burma), the two were headed back to study after lunch.   Monks display openly their friendship to others and this is a common sight.
 
Friends
Photograph © Richard P Schoettger
Posted Tue Jan 29, '13 08:08AM
Views 104 / Comments 1
 
 
herders and bodyguards
Photograph © Andrew Brown
Posted Tue Jan 29, '13 03:27AM
Views 113 / Comments 1
 
 
bed with a view
Photograph © Andrew Brown
Posted Tue Jan 29, '13 03:24AM
Views 89 / Comments 1
 
They had no idea that I was photographing their wistful review of the sopping scene outside.
 
Rainy Day
Photograph © Patrick Flynn
Posted Mon Jan 28, '13 09:47PM
Views 102 / Comments 2
 
The owner of 400 year old haveli in Jaislamer kindly showed us around his home. It was sad to see that a bigger part of this beautiful building is completely neglected bacause of lack of funds.
 
Abandoned haveli
Photograph © Vita Wiehl
Posted Mon Jan 28, '13 09:57AM
Views 126 / Comments 2
 
The mod subculture originated in England in late 50s. Significant elements of the mod subculture include fashion (often tailor-made suits); music and motor scooters. This movement is very much alive and kicking  today with social gatherings all around the country.
 
The mod
Photograph © Vita Wiehl
Posted Mon Jan 28, '13 09:42AM
Views 132 / Comments 2
 
 
Hibiscus
Photograph © Richard P Schoettger
Posted Sat Jan 26, '13 08:12PM
Views 121 / Comments 2
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