Cambodia

This post was transferred from my old blog in July 2011. And only today I noticed that the photo slideshow wasn’t showing the images… I’m so sorry! Here is the re-post of the photos hidden from you all these years. Siem Reap The City of Siem Reap is the capital city of Siem Reap Province in northwestern Cambodia, and is …

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The World of Coca-Cola. Atlanta, Georgia

Atlanta, as you may already know, is home to The Coca-Cola Company and the best soft drink in the World. Here, in the capital of Georgia, we have a museum called “The World of Coca-Cola”. In May 2007 the museum relocated from Underground to Downtown Atlanta. I’ve just recently visited the new location and really enjoyed it. The new World …

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Panoramas of South America

The first trip to South America was different from other international trips in many ways. The most important change was made to my photo equipment. I had to leave my “big-n-black” Nikon D-SLR gear at home, and took with me a “little-n-black” compact camera Leica D-Lux 6. Overall, I was satisfied with Leica’s performance during entire travel. It is a …

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Lima, Peru – The City Of Kings

I visited Lima, Peru three times during my first trip to South America. Twice I had to wait for connection flights in Jorge Chávez International Airport. The third time, on my way home to Atlanta, I stayed in Lima for two days and was able to explore it a little bit. Since the Limans were celebrating the last days of …

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Moai. Easter Island, Chile

Moai are massive monolithic figures at Easter Island, and they are what the island is famous for. The statues are a part of the worship of the ancestor gods and built to honor important people of the tribes who passed away. Native islanders, called Rapa Nui, carved the idols with stone tools from compressed volcanic ash in approximately 1250-1500 A.D. …

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Portraits of Peru: A Continued Story

This is the second part of Street Portraits of Peru photo series. The portraits photographed at Aguas Calientes, Ollantaytambo, Puno, Sillustani, Taquile Island, and Uros floating island of Lake Titicaca in March 2013 during a trip to South America. Follow these links to see more photos from Chile and Peru. Click on image to view full size.

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Downtown Atlanta Skyline

As promised, I continue publishing my “Atlanta Chronicles”, the series of photographs taken in my second hometown Atlanta. Today I post a set of photos related to the tallest buildings of Atlanta, photos of Atlanta skyscrapers or taken from the skyscrapers. I start with one of my favorites, a photo of Atlantic Station neighborhood in the beginning of its construction, …

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Colorful Peru: Puno and Lake Titicaca

During my Peruvian part of the South American trip I visited Puno, a city in southeastern Peru, located on the shore of Lake Titicaca. By volume of water, Lake Titicaca is the largest lake on the continent. It is often called the highest navigable lake in the world, with a surface elevation of 3,812 m (12,507 ft). Within four-days/three-nights stay …

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Larcomar. Miraflores, Lima, Peru

In Lima, Peru I’ve stayed in Miraflores district, a few blocks from a famous Larcomar Mall built into the cliffside of the Pacific Ocean. Larcomar is a huge complex which has its own movie theater, bowling lanes, pool hall, and museum. Many Peruvian fashion designers have boutiques in Larcomar, and there are plenty of high-end jewelry and clothing stores. Larcomar …

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Entrance to the Secret Chamber of Machu Picchu. Click on image to view without markings.

My Inca Trail tour guide has told me a story about a secret chamber full of gold and silver treasures discovered under one of the houses at Machu Picchu’s urban site. He said that the chamber has not been opened yet and took me there for a “photo-check-mark” (see below). I had a funny feeling standing above buried Incas treasures …

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The Carter Center. Atlanta, Georgia

My photo archive stores a variety of photos taken in Atlanta, Georgia, my current home town. Unfortunately, I do not publish them here at Memographer.com as much as I would love to… So, this is my attempt to fix the issue ;) In the beginning of April I visited The Carter Center, located on 37 acres (150,000 m2) of parkland, …

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Semana Santa - The Holy Week of Easter in Latin America

Semana Santa, the Holy Week of Easter, is the most important Catholic religious festival in Latin America. It begins on Domingo de Ramos (Palm Sunday) through Jueves Santo (Maundy Thursday) and Viernes Santo (Good Friday), culminating in Pascua or Domingo de Resurrección (Easter Sunday). Semana Santa celebrates the last days of Christ’s life, the Crucifixion and Resurrection, as well as …

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