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A Little Girls Dream

I remember being 8 or 9 years old and sitting on a red bean bag when I first saw Machu Picchu.  I was reading a National Geographic book, you remember, those ones with the yellow cover in school, and I distinctively remember being in awe. 297 more words

The Great Wall of China

To be able to visit The Great Wall of China, one of the Seven Wonders of the Medieval World is utterly mind-blowing. This historical landmark has been through centuries of changes and yet it remains untouched by outer forces. 94 more words



Neal Pollard

Sostratos the Cnidian built this world-famous lighthouse in 297 B.C., located on the coast of the island of Pharos (Negev, The Archaeological Encyclopedia of the Holy Land, Rev., 1986: 27). 408 more words


Wadi Rum and Petra

This weekend was incredible. We went to Wadi Rum and Petra. What was seen cannot possibly be described (unless you’ll take “there was a lot of sand” as a description!).  424 more words

Taj Mahal at night.

Heres a shot of the Taj Mahal at night. Not an easy shot to take, no tripod allowed, long exposure, braced against security fence.