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Asher Svidensky, a documentary photographer who spends much of his time in Asia, traveled to Mongolia earlier this year with a desire to document the new generation of eagle hunting, a Kazakh tradition. To clarify, no one is hunting eagles. Instead, one hunts with eagles to catch foxes and other small animals. The tradition of eagle hunting goes back hundreds of years and is typically passed down between generations of men. Svidensky writes on his website, “The eagle hunters families live on this side of Mongolia after having migrated between Kazakhstan, Russia and Mongolia until the fall of communism and closing of all borders.
Watching the sun rise from mid flight is always so amazing.
I had some time to kill today so I drove around the strip to check out what’s new around town.
Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area
Driving out to Red Rock Canyon
I went on the “High Roller” last night. It’s the worlds largest observation wheel at 550 feet and It was pretty damn cool.
Some one is always watching. Whether built into an ATM or mounted alongside intersection lights to catch traffic violators, surveillance cameras have become a ubiquitous presence in contemporary society. Andrew Hammerand explores notions of privacy, security and anonymity in his series The New Town. Accessing a publicly available, networked CCTV camera installed atop a church, Hammerand becomes the ultimate Big Brother, using the device to capture fuzzy images of a small Midwest community and its unsuspecting townspeople.
Phoenix Sky Harbor