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  Posted: Jul 28, 2012 11:24 AM FEED
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End of a race season... Thanks for helping me complete the #baadistancemedley, and @iseiferling and Team #CCDC for the race and relay fun in 2017.
You have to admit the graffiti poses a good question.
The graffitiant (?) is pretty deep: it’s under that surveillance warning and located a ten minute walk from MIT, in an era of massive data collection. Whoa.
#tbt to enchanting summer nights. My childhood relived with the Main Street Electrical Parade.
#msep #disneyside #disneyland #themepark
Pardon the quick escape for some green.
Thanks, #runfam for an amazing first trip to Portland and for an awesome Hood to Coast!! 👟#HTC17 #CCDC / 📸: @elizard84
Remnants on my phone: The color reminded of those found in Barragan's architecture and the only thing in the space was the statue. It was remarkably #modernist for a centuries' old #Buddhist #temple. .
#travel #travelphotography #myanmar #burma #latergram #blue
"What would an ocean be without a monster lurking in the dark?"
Thanks @googlemaps for the chance to present my dissertation research while in SF.
Walking (hah!) out of the SF office, I found a relaxing view. 🌊🌉🌊
Quick ride, #latergram.
I'd also get food poisoning later that night, from which I am still suffering now.
"Arabian nights, like Arabian days,
More often than not,
Are hotter than hot,
In a lot of good ways."
#desert #dubai #uae #hot #sunset #orange #sand #travel #travelphotography
Hazy heights. | With a total height of 829.8 m (2,722 ft) including the antenna and a roof height of 828 m (2,717 ft), the Burj Khalifa is currently the tallest structure in the world. . . . . .
#dubai #burjkhalifa #travel #architecture #ilookup
Don't worry, Hillary. This lady–excuse me, The Lady–won an election and then placed under house arrest for 21 years. There's still hope yet. | #aungsangsuukyi #thelady #art
Monks can be tourists too. | Being a monk didn't stop the touts and hawkers from approaching him with doodads. I offered to take his picture with his iPad. I spoke to him in Vietnamese because I overheard him talking in that language, but his language localization on the iPad was Myanmar. Also, this temple–the largest of those in Bagan–has bats flying around which was simultaneously creepy and awesome.
Did you get the shot? | I'm remarkably surprised how well a phone camera can capture a moment. I don't know who this guy is, and frankly he was annoying, but he caught the light from a small vent hole nicely.