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Bike-all* Friday

Recently I took my custom New World Tourist across the globe, literally. Though most of the times it flew, I did have the opportunity to ride the wheels off it across continents. I have been on the road for the… Continue Reading →

Cycling route at Olkhon

Peter The Great

Pyotr Alexeyevich Romanov. You can read all about him on the wiki pages. He founded St.Petersburg. A truly charming town and probably the most European’ised in Russia. It is probably the nicest place I visited West of the Urals. I… Continue Reading →

Russia – Hermitage

I wrote about the Hermitage in St Petersburg earlier. The place overwhelms the senses and once can pass by a Monet or Picasso and miss it completely. Here are some pictures I managed to shoot. Click through to picasaweb and… Continue Reading →

Russia – Stations and Trains

The Trans-Siberian trip revolves around taking the long train Journey. We spent almost 7 days in the trains and traveled nearly 11,000 KM across Asia and Europe. The journey was incredible and more importantly comfortable. Meeting people on the train… Continue Reading →

Russia – Churches & Religious Symbols

A major portion of the Russian Experience came from visiting various cities. And each town is packed with religious icons. Here is a presentation of the interesting churches and symbols I took pictures of. As one of us pointed out,… Continue Reading →

Thoughts on Circum-Baikal

I am starting to have insomnia thinking about Baikal. The thought of a bike tour around the lake is taking strong roots and I am totally convinced that it is something that needs to be done. In my mind, it… Continue Reading →

Russia – Abstracts & street art

Here are some abstracts from a recent trip to Russia. You can click through to the picasa web gallery to see them in higher resolution. Enjoy the images.

In Awe of the Hermitage

St. Petersburg is theĀ centerĀ of the arts in Russia and fittingly, the grandest and largest art museum, the Hermitage, is located here. I have recorded my impression on the Hermitage here. Hermitage is a collection of a bunch of buildings and… Continue Reading →

Ekaterinburg-Church

This is a start to a sequence of image posts based on some of the pictures I shot in Russia. Starting on a holy note, we visited numerous churches during our trip and each one was them was spectacular. Some… Continue Reading →

Editing challenges – photography

A long trip now-a-days means tons of images. Given that digital camera allows you to play the statistical game on the cheap along with images that are carefully composed, I seem to end up with a mish-mash of images that… Continue Reading →

Last day – sapsan

Wow, it is really over. Am heading out to Moscow to catch my flight back. In the couple of days in St Petersburg, I managed to pick up some awesome souvenirs and artwork that will work very well in my… Continue Reading →

St.Petersburg – End of an epic

11000 Km, 14 Days, 6 guys, 4 Trains and -34C. Met countless people, forged many friendships and picked up good memories. Thats how I would sum up the trip. The trip is over but the journey continues. It is impossible… Continue Reading →

Goodbye Moscow

Another day in the capital was a day of touristy work too. We decided to have a late morning after the exhausting day of visiting the red square. The hotel duped us by mentioning free breakfast which turned out to… Continue Reading →

Moscow – Day 1

Today is what I call a pure tourist day, though we hit a out of context blues pub in the evening. More of that later… When in Moscow, the big deal is to visit the Red Square. So we went… Continue Reading →

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