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Ronald consoles a lonely traveler   Leave a comment

Captured at Burlington, VT airport.

iPhone, edited with Snapseed

Posted September 1, 2018 by Lutz Braum in People, Travel

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Taxi ride in Bombay   Leave a comment

Some street views while driving through this vibrant, manic, exuberant, fascinating, and thriving city.

 

Captured with iPhone, edited with Snapseed

Posted June 30, 2018 by Lutz Braum in Asia, Travel

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Vintage Motel Signs   Leave a comment

Captured in West Yellowstone – throwbacks to the Fifties!

 

 

Posted September 30, 2017 by Lutz Braum in Architecture, Travel, US

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Virginia City General Store   4 comments

Grocery shopping, 150 years ago. I can only imagine what wonderful sounds that old cash register made when used (see last pic).

General store interior

wall of tinned goods

Old cash register

Canon EOS 5D Mark II, EF16-35mm lens, edited with Nik Color Efex

Posted September 23, 2017 by Lutz Braum in Architecture, US

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Veteran Rider   2 comments

Captured this Air Force veteran at a motorcycle rally in Ennis, Montana this past weekend. Loved his jacket. And had a nice chat with him and his wife.

 

Canon EOS 5D Mark II, EF24-70mm f/2.8L USM, edited in Adobe Lightroom

Posted September 3, 2017 by Lutz Braum in People, Travel, US

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South of the Border   1 comment

Stopping at South of the Border (between N. Carolina and S. Carolina on I-95) is like a trip back in time. This giant truck stop is definitely a 50’s throwback! Click on any pic to see them all in slideshow format. I especially liked the restaurant shaped like a sombrero.

Posted May 14, 2017 by Lutz Braum in Architecture, Travel, US

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“Your wate and your fate”   Leave a comment

Found this fortune-telling machine (and scale) in Selma, NC:

 

 

Canon 5D Mark II, 16-35mm
ISO 125
f/7.1
1/320

Posted May 13, 2017 by Lutz Braum in Architecture, US

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