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Despite adding “sex” as a tag to my last post, I realize it was very dry. I should have remembered it didn't work for British intelligence reports on WMD's in…

This is a friendly sign at the ancient city of Susita near the sea of Galilee. “Dear Visitor. Did you uncover a mosaic? Vandal!. Cover it up again!”

Ancient mountaineers always looked for a shelter in caves. Later, they learned how to build cities, but caves still attracted them. It caused the phenomenon of…

A picture I took yesterday at the site of Susita, a roman city overlooking the sea of galilee. This is a detail of the mosaic floor in one of the churches.

12/12/16 - Two exams and one paper down, and I'm about ready for a nap.  Even though I've been loving being in the food studies program this semester, these…

16/12/16 - We may have given the most unprepared tour in the world today, but at least it was entertaining!

Statue of Gregory of Nin in Split (Croatia). I was so fascinated by the sheer size (8.5 m) and the more or less impertinent dove so I forgot to rub the toe of…

Today I made a little excursion to another district of Vienna. Now and then I have been there but I never had a closer look at this piece of public art. It’s a…

I shot this photo in Split. We have been in a restaurant near the harbor and we had a great view at the southern facade of the Diocletian’s Palace. In the Roman…
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