Flickr Sets

Seoul Moto District

November 4, 2011

On a recent trip to Seoul I took an afternoon to check out wander around the moto district. A lot of monkey bikes and some pretty cool 125cc choppers.

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September 30, 2010

If you want to get a lot of strange looks when you travel, take pictures of your food. It’s understandably odd to see someone snapping a picture of their lunch (“Yeah, it’s a hot dog, buddy.”) but of course the fact that people thought it was absurd emphasized the whole point. Wherever we were, we […]

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September 24, 2010

As we traveled, we took pictures of nearly everything we drank. They’re arranged chronologically (latest to earliest) which give an amusing glimpse into the drinking habits of different countries (or at least our drinking habits in those countries). What follows are 221 photos of beer, wine, soda, energy drinks, tea and whatever else we imbibed […]

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Please, walk your horse…

July 2, 2010

Here’s a series of signs we came across during our time trekking through the Annapurnas. After the first few days of walking the road stops and you start reaching villages where the only way to get anything in or out is on foot or by horse. Mule trains are common, as are some small horses […]

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We ♥ Bunkbeds

April 4, 2010

Growing up, despite having two younger siblings, we never had bunkbeds in the house. None of my best friends had bunkbeds either. And despite the fact that I thought having a bunkbed would probably be one of the coolest things in the world, before we left on this trip I probably spent less than 4 […]

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Tasmanian Book Shop

April 3, 2010

While exploring Tasmania for a week in a rented campervan we stumbled on this little used book shop near Friendly Beaches. It turned out to have an absolutely fantastic collection of old books.

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Blue Man Group

March 24, 2010

I’m not sure when we started noticing these, but while we don’t have blue man crosswalk signs in the States (as far as I know), it quickly became clear that everywhere else in the world does have them. They vary greatly in their design. Finland (not surprisingly) had the most graphically polished version. Vietnam on […]

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Flickr Set: Public Transportation Tickets

January 5, 2010

We’ve been collecting tickets from the various Subways, Metros, Trams and Buses we’ve been traveling on our trip. It’s been interesting that most of the larger cities (Paris especially) have some of the least interesting and most disposable looking public transportation tickets while the small places (Tallinn, Ulan Bataar) seem to put as much design […]

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In Photos: The Trans-Siberian Express

December 28, 2009

Traveling from Moscow to Ulan Bataar on the Trans-Siberian is 101 hours and 3,893 miles (6,266 kilometers). As a point of reference, driving Highway 80 from San Francisco to New York City is only 2,905 miles. There’s a lot that happens in those four days… and very little that goes on. What follows are a […]

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Flickr Set: Signs and Lettering

December 21, 2009

We’ve been photographing all sorts of billboards, road signs, tombstones, posters, and other things that have caught our eye as we’ve been traveling and thrown them into one big Flickr set that you can see here (there are a few samples in this post too). The photos in the Flickr set are sorted by date, […]

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