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Roadtrip: California vs Nevada

Friday, March 8th, 2013

Every roadtrip is ALWAYS a great deal, however, don’t lie yourself – the best ones are done in the USA.
We drove around 1000 km in a one day between Nevada and California, crossing a border of the states multiple times. It was a long day and a huge distance to drive but we managed it and even had a time to stop in any places we wanted to.
It’s so amazing to pass a desert with super high temperature in the air and get into snowy mountains with snowboarders around. All these huge lakes and forests were on our way as well. Amazing as many different climates you can experience on the same time.

Looking forward to make a roadtrip along the states.

California vs Nevada
California vs Nevada
California vs Nevada
California vs Nevada
California vs Nevada
California vs Nevada
California vs Nevada
California vs Nevada
California vs Nevada

Snaps from the road

Tuesday, March 5th, 2013

I’m sorry, too tired…only in polish this time.

Od kilku dni w USA, głównie Zachodnie Wybrzeże ale i na chwilę w NYC udało się znowu być.
Błąkamy się z Ewą gdzieś między Kalifornią, a Nevadą. Nic odkrywczego, bo i w USA ciężko coś odkryć. Nie o to zresztą chodziło. Tym razem bardziej wakacyjnie i prawie bez aparatu. Ten zresztą miał pecha, bo jeden obiektyw spadł na betonowe schody i jest w kiepskim stanie.
Planowany na dzisiaj nocleg na rozdrożu dróg nie wypalił, bo potrzebowaliśmy Internetu, a niestety był tylko cholernie drogi dostęp satelitarny. Śpimy w jakimś przydrożnym kasynie na granicy stanów. Przynajmniej jest Internet, chociaż bez gwarancji działania, bo jak za bardzo wieje to go ponoć nie ma. Taka amerykańska cywilizacja po prostu.

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Ding Da Ling Da

Sunday, February 10th, 2013

Double click for the full screen.

Beijing

Monday, January 14th, 2013

It’s quite cool to not have an Internet access.
However, it’s good to post some photos from time to time.

Beijing

Beijing

Beijing

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Beijing

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Beijing

People of Beijing

Thursday, December 20th, 2012

Beijing is the second biggest metropoly in China with population of 20 million people. As a capital of People’s Republic of China Beijing is both political and trade center.
Following to many political and economic changes Beijing has also changed in many dimensions. Great asset, modern urbanity, well developed education system and economic immigration are in contrast to traditional architecture and citizens of Beijing in the way they are in our minds. 
Young generation is more open for western civilization and western identity tries to adapt in multimillion city.
Will generational changes show increase of individuality or rather loneliness and lack of identity with tradition?

People of Beijing

People of Beijing

People of Beijing

People of Beijing

People of Beijing

People of Beijing

People of Beijing

People of Beijing

People of Beijing

People of Beijing

People of Beijing

People of Beijing

People of Beijing

People of Beijing

People of Beijing

People of Beijing

People of Beijing

People of Beijing

People of Beijing