March 15, 2013

Behind the Iron Curtain - I'm A Long Way From Home



European winter can be harsh. I haven't seen more than 10 degrees for almost six months. Often, it's minus - day and night. The cities are alive. People are friendly, mostly. I'm travelling behind the Iron Curtain, meandering my way through Eastern Europe. Just to show I'm still alive, and that this blog hasn't been forgotten about, here's some photos from the last few weeks.

As you can see, in more ways than one, I'm a long way from Perth.

I've now been on the road for 228 days.



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5 comments:

mr ben said...

Nice shots mate! Enjoy your blog so keep em coming. Thanks.

N. said...

Thanks Mr Ben.

Anonymous said...

Hey N...

When are you going to come back to Perth and publish an Iwan Iwanoff book???!!! :)

Ruby said...

Whereas for the past (April!) week, we in Perth have been suffering through 30+ maximums and 20 degree minimums. I'm a summer bird, but am slightly envious of your winter fun.

Love T-Shirt Head. And the blog in general.

Romain Duquesne said...

Wow! Amazing shots man. Looks like your having an awesome time. Love the brutalist architecture images. Keep em coming.

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