My frequent travels generate a lot of images.
I was very lucky in my working life, in that I got to visit lots of places, and tried to make sure that I saw something of them rather than just an aiport/office/hotel. Now it is a major hobby, and I feel it is the most mind expanding thing I do (without the help of drugs).
Performance: a performance at Tate Modern Turbine Hall
Excessively wet waterfall on Flam Railway
More waterfall Flam railway
Ironbridge Museum Chippy
Bows Touching Ceremony, Holland America Line, Alesund, Norway
Streetlight, Alesund, Norway
Budapest metro: how life has changed
street crossing, central Budapest
Bruges cyclists. Townie Tourists beware!
Arrested in Copenhagen
Street entertainer, St Petersburg. Pair of lads who track river tourists and perform at the bridges, here one turns somersalt.
Moon over the Baltic
Not an original
The curse of travel photographers, Peterhof, St Petersburg
Vicunas grazing, Peru
43% of Amsterdam residents use bicycles
Etna from Roman Theatre in Taormina
Candle in Reykjavick cathedral
Godafoss waterfall, Iceland
Painted street art shopfront Reykjavik
memorial in park, Taskent, Uzbekistan with party of local schoolgirls
A strange garden ornament of whalbones, Tasilaq, Greenland
Market Trader, Nukus, Uzbekistan. I have no idea what she was selling, but like a lot of locals, she was pleased to pose for a camera.
This was the place that launched the bucket list trip to Uzbekistan: Rajastan Square, Samarkand. They turned the lights off minutes after we got there
Selling dried fish, Nukus, Uzbekistan.
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