2011 in photos

January. Watching the Ak Maral dancers perform at the Bishkek Philharmonic.

February. Farrell and I take a short trip to Osh to interview journalists for a research project on Kyrgyz media.

March. I take a weekend trip to Kochkor with some friends, get ambushed by smiling soccer players.

April. A lot happened this month, but the most memorable was playing paintball with friends.

May. Wow, a lot happened this month too. For example, this happened, but I would say my favorite event from this month was finally getting myself to Issyk Kul and taking tons of gorgeous photos.

June. Not much blogging, unfortunately. I came back to Bishkek after a trip to the States and later on I left for Dubai, but I also went on a (much-more-difficult-than-expected) hike in Kigeti. Apparently I disliked it so much that I never blogged about it, but it had some beautiful scenery.

July. I spent most of it in Dubai for a photography internship. Taking thousands of photos over the entire three-week period, it would be absolutely impossible to choose the “best” one, so here is one I took from my host’s 23rd floor apartment window during sunrise.

August. Another lazy month of blogging. I hung out in Bishkek, showed my mother-in-law around a bit, then flew with her and Farrell to Turkey on holiday.

September. No notable blogging, I recounted my trip to Turkey and anticipated my dorky television debut. I did get a chance to try out my new wide-angle lens during a sunset walk around Ala-Too Square.

October. I was bogged down with a research project and didn’t post anything notable, but I did get bored one day and take a bunch of silly self-portraits.

November. I went to Bokonbaeva to see a demonstration of eagle hunting.

December. I spent Christmas with a lovely group of people and had a wonderful time in Chon-Kemin.

Looks like a pretty good year. Let’s see if 2012 can be even better.

3 replies on “2011 in photos”

  1. Hi! I’ve been reading your blog for a while, but am oh-so-shy about posting comments. I’m trying to be better about it. But I adore your pictures. Thank you for sharing such great images of your life in such a beautiful, unique culture!

  2. Hi! I just wanted to say how beautiful and interesting your blog is! I love your 2011 re-cap as I’m recently new to your blog and it was a great way to get an overview. What an interesting life you lead. Looking forward to many more great posts and photos!

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