Tag : Memographer

Romans Made of Stone and Marble

Dedicated to you, my friends, readers, subscribers, followers and visitors. Today is a remarkable day in the history of Memographer.com and my photography. The 1,000’th email subscriber has registered to receive the news updates from my Travel Photo Journal. I want to thank you all for your loyalty to my photography. Without your continued interest, I would never be able …

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Moscow Unplugged

Two years ago, when I transferred media files from my previous travel blog to Memographer.com, these photos of night Moscow got unplugged from two published posts ‘From Russia With Love‘ and ‘One Sunny Day In Moscow‘. Glad to share them today. Click on image to view full size.

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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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Paris from Montmartre

This is another Memory Flashback of Paris. The photos have been taken all over the City,- literally from Rue de Rivoli to Montmartre. Happy Friday! Rue de Rivoli is one of the most famous streets of Paris, a commercial street whose shops include the most fashionable names in the world. It bears the name of Napoleon’s early victory against the …

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Oh, Paris! My beloved Paris!

Each and Every Friday I post a photo(s) from my archive- Flashback. Last Friday in EEFF’s opening post I shared photos of Parisians. Today I am going to continue sharing my Memories of Paris. Honestly, I am so glad I’ve started EEFF. I had a great time looking through my archived photos, many of which I haven’t seen since 2008. …

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Paris and Parisians

A flashback, or involuntary recurrent memory, is a psychological phenomenon in which an individual has a sudden, usually powerful, re-experiencing of a past experience or elements of a past experience. The term is used particularly when the memory is recalled involuntarily, and/or when it is so intense that the person “relives” the experience, unable to fully recognize it as memory …

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Women and Girls of Sambhali Trust. Jodhpur, Rajasthan, India

Last summer I worked on a volunteering assignment for non-profit organization Sambhali Trust in Jodhpur, India. Click here to read my post about Sambhali Trust. Today I am glad to inform you that my Sambhali Trust book has been published! Please use a Book Show below to flip through the pages of a digital version of the book. For better …

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Ocean Drive. South Beach Miami, Florida

It took about 12 hours to get to Miami from Atlanta by a car. I have stayed at Miami Beach and really enjoyed its nightlife. South Beach (also called SoBe) is full of clubs and pubs. If you are looking for a vacation on the beach with busy nightlife, South Beach Miami is the place for you. Besides the beach, …

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Messerschmitt Bf 109 G-6/R3 (Me 109, Gustav). Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum

Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum was at the top of my list of museums to visit in Washington, D.C. It has twenty-three galleries exhibiting hundreds of aircraft, spacecraft, missiles, rockets, and other flight-related artifacts – boy’s paradise! It was so exciting to see in person 1903 Wright Flyer, SpaceShipOne, Apollo 11 command module, Soviet SS-20 and American Pershing II …

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Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History

The Smithsonian is the World’s largest museum and research complex, with 19 museums, 9 research centers and 168 affiliate museums around the world. It has over 136 million items in its collections! I didn’t plan to check out all the items on my trip to Washington :) But, I wanted to see some unique treasures, like The Hope Diamond (also …

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Streets of the Capital. Washington, D.C.

#1 Washington, D.C. is the Capital of the United States of America. Officially founded on July 16, 1790, Washington, DC (formally the District of Columbia) is unique among American cities because it was established by the Constitution of the United States to serve as the nation’s capital. The City had an estimated population of 617,996 in 2011. #2 Washington, D.C. …

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Havana, Cuba. American Classic Cars Museum

I have received several requests asking for more photos of American Classic Cars I took in Havana, Cuba. Here they are :) Enjoy Part 3! View other posts from my trip to Havana, Cuba >>

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