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The Sarangi Player

The Sarangi Player

Originally posted on Frozen Memories:
The Sarangi Player One of the great things about living in Pune is that it is a cultural hub for concerts. When my friend Inayat, a music fanatico, hears of a concert he believes will appeal to me, I get invited along. That’s how I was able to attend the…

Tour of India – THE Taj Mahal (Expat Week 049)

Tour of India – THE Taj Mahal (Expat Week 049)

Originally posted on Adventures of an American Traveler:
The Taj Mahal rises above the banks of the river like a solitary tear suspended on the cheek of time. ~Rabindranath Tagore THE Taj Mahal When someone mentions India, probably the most common image that comes to mind is THE Taj Mahal. I was there last week.…

Zakir The Tabla Maestro

Zakir The Tabla Maestro

Originally posted on Frozen Memories:
Zakir Hussain I was first introduced to Indian music in 2006. Since then, I have grown to appreciate many of the unique sounds of the various Indian classical styles. My preference is for those that are more upbeat. The most recent concert I attended was a percussion concert featuring instruments…

Il Duomo Milano Roof

Il Duomo Milano Roof

Originally posted on Frozen Memories:
Il Duomo Milano Roof For a small fee, one can access the roof of Il Duomo via a narrow, winding stairwell. The fee and the vertical trek are worth it when one get’s to walk the marble roof. Atop the roof, one can see some of the seemingly infinite supply…

Il Duomo Milano Front

Il Duomo Milano Front

Originally posted on Frozen Memories:
Il Duomo Milano I have visited many churches. When I travel, I make it a point to seek out places of worship for I find them to be some of the most magnificent buildings ever constructed. There seems to be no end to what man will do to honor the…

Fascnacht #02

Fascnacht #02

Originally posted on Frozen Memories:
Fasnacht-02 One picture would not do the bizarreness of Fasnacht justice. (Nor would a hundred.) So, I decided to post a second picture for added flavor. Before this event, I never imagined the Swiss had such twisted imaginations. Camera: Kodak Z650 Lens: Integrated @ 8.5 mm Shutter Speed: 1/64 Aperture:…

Fasnacht #01

Fasnacht #01

Originally posted on Frozen Memories:
Fasnacht-01 I went to Switzerland in 2007 to provide Scrum training for my Swiss colleagues. My partner Mike and I arrived from the US in the late afternoon and were quite tired. The director of Software development called us up and told us we were going to Lucerne for the…

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