Asia in the Twenty First Century #14

by on September 25, 2013

More from Mongolia


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Jim Carrey’s Anti-Gun Anthem! HEE – HAW!!

by on March 25, 2013


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Implied Violence – Part Two

by on March 24, 2013


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Asia in the Twenty First Century #15

by on January 29, 2013

Scenes From The Backpacker Trail 1999-2000Southeast Asia-4Haad Rin Beach, Thailand

Southeast Asia-6Autorickshaw, Bangkok

Southeast Asia-3Vientiane Buddha Park, Laos


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Asia in the Twenty First Century #9

by on January 23, 2013

The view from Tengboche Monastery, Nepal

Street view, Kathmandu, NepalBoudhanath Stupa, Kathmandu, Nepal…
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Edmonton’s Mile Zero Dance – a Continuously Variable Physical Quantity

by on November 25, 2012

I have had the great privilege of photographing Edmonton’s innovative Mile Zero Dance company over the years.  One of the most appealing aspects of this group of artists is the thoughtful, visually arresting ways in which they explore movement, both on the stage and in public spaces.  When I , working as a film producer, dropped by the MZD studio to film an interview, I saw people chasing dancers around …
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Eyes of Asia

by on October 24, 2012

Chidambaram, India

Taipei, Taiwan

Tatopani, Nepal…
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Eyes of Asia

by on October 3, 2012

This entry in the Frames Per Second series is a set of images that are close-up portraits highlighting eyes as the predominant detail.  Thus, the only caption will be the location where the image was created.

Dalat, Vietnam

Puri, India


Kathmandu, Nepal…
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Asia in the Twenty First Century

by on September 11, 2012

The 21st century is foretold to be Asia’s century.   To mention its diversity as a landmass or collection of cultures sounds like a trite understatement once it has been experienced firsthand.  These images aim to represent the past, present, and future of a continent that will likely have a direct impact on all of our lives in the coming decades.

The Himalaya, with Mount Everest as a centre point, viewed …
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Vignettes From the Other China 四

by on August 27, 2012

As a former Japanese colony (1895-1945), the Taiwanese population still retains many cultural, social, and linguistic ties to their former rulers.   Popular games, comics, and toys are among the more overt expressions of those connections.

The Core Pacific City, otherwise known as the Living Mall (京華城), is a monument to the high end, luxury-branded, one-stop shopping experience that seems to represent the best of western culture to the average Taiwanese …
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Asia in the Twenty First Century #13

by on August 16, 2012

 Mongolia

 More images that reveal the ancient culture, the intense climate, and the magnificent desolation that is Mongolia.   Other posts in this series that connect with these images are Asia in the Twenty First Century #3, Asia in the Twenty First Century #4, and Asia in the Twenty First Century #5 .  Perhaps this is what Calgary will look like in 200 years  when the glaciers of the …
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Vignettes From the Other China 三

by on August 4, 2012

Riot police mobilize in front of the presidential palace in April 2004 when it becomes clear that Kuomintang (KMT) supporters do not accept the results of the recent election.

Revelers stand at point-blank range before a large bank of “bee-hive” bottle rockets on the final day of the annual lantern festival in Yenshui (鹽水區).  It is considered auspicious to be struck by live fireworks at this time of year.…
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