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Weekly Snap!

My first weekly snap after coming back from Saudi Arabia is this picture I took when in Medina. This city is known to be the second most holiest city in Islam after Makkah. 79 more words


Weekly Photo Challenge: Minimalist

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Peh Cun Festiival

Happy Hour

The Minaret

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Weekly Photo Challenge

Archive's Upcoming Document Collection the Most Comprehensive Available on Electronic Surveillance and the National Security Agency

At the cost of $50 billion annually, U.S. intelligence activities, both domestically and internationally, have significant implications for national security, foreign relations, and civil liberties. In an attempt to help the public better assess these implications, on November 12, 2014, the National Security Archive and our partners at… 692 more words


Patterns - Hidden and Apparent

Patterns – Hidden and Apparent | Fes, Morocco | A view of the minaret of the Bou Inania madrassa from Cafè Clock | October, 2014… 70 more words


“I met a traveller from an antique land”: Freya Stark in Afghanistan

Firuzkuh, or Turquoise Mountain, is the lost capital of the Ghorid dynasty of Afghanistan. It was reputedly one of the greatest cities of its age, but was destroyed by the son of Genghis Khan in the early 13th century. 489 more words

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