Category Archives: landmarks

Mission

In thinking about what I want to accomplish and discussing it with a colleague I made this declaration. I want everyone to look at their own home with the eye of an explorer. It is a brief enough statement but … Continue reading

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Bayon, Angkor Thom 01/20/2015

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Banteay Srei 01/18/2015

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Preah Khan I 01/15/2015

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Inside Angkor Wat 01/10/2015

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Don’t Demolish It, Polish It – Part II.

When a large portion of your day is devoted to travel you will develop methods to manage your time. What you do depends on the transportation you use. Car drivers take favored routes. Subway riders can give themselves a portion … Continue reading

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Don’t Demolish It, Polish It.

Madison Square Garden can be easy to love as a venue for other experiences but hard to love as a work of architecture. Penn Station is not lovable at all. As a regular commuter, I would argue that it does … Continue reading

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