Monthly Archives: September 2014

India’s Northeast: Scenes and Scenery, June Edition

I’ve got this problem nowadays where I’m so far behind on sharing my pictures and stories that I don’t even carry my camera around anymore.  This is a terrible shame, since in India one is guaranteed to experience the grotesque, … Continue reading

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These Are (not?) Indians: Western Arunachal Pradesh

See a string of prayer flags, billowing and wind-tattered, hanging over the street and you know: you’re back in Tibet.   Or at least, as close as you (I guess that means “I”) can get.  The “real” Tibet, sitting up there … Continue reading

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