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Chapter 2: Eastern Europe, Part 2: Communist concrete tourism at Buzludzha

Anyone who has ever been to a Former Soviet Union country or its satellite states knows about their taste for massive grey tower blocks and colossal concrete monuments and statues. 626 more words

Travel

A worn windowsill

This building in downtown Lubbock has surely seen better days. It’s been a few things in the past – a hospital, a college – but most what it is now is vacant. 57 more words

Photography

The Budget Inn - Rawlins, WY

Being unemployed means that I’ve been spending quite a bit of time in my hometown. While Rawlins is a small enough place that I pretty much know every nook and cranny already from growing up here, I have noticed a few places I’ve never gotten to explore in detail. 305 more words

Photography

Plot Bunnies - Day 24

We¬†hope you enjoyed yesterday’s Plot Bunnies featuring Alien Encounters. This is the beginning of a new project that Dave Mornix and I have planned. Each day will post something funny, weird or strange … but with some fact behind it. 575 more words

Post the Eighty-Third: In Which There Is A Terrifying Puppet Museum

It was with great trepidation, Gentle Reader, that I decided to explore Bremerton. I had gotten off work, and I had three hours to kill before my lift would be available. 461 more words

Adventures

This is Michigan Theater (Detroit)

My god, folks.

Do you get that gut-punch of awe when the theater lights dim and then go down to full darkness? Each time, I think to myself, “there is nothing like live theater.” That is beauty. 1,243 more words

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