November 4, 2013 - San Diego, CA
Most of us are familiar with tanks, Hum-vees, APCs, and other common vehicles used in the military. Big, heavily-armored, and slow, the typical vehicle used in combat operations prioritizes protective armor and firepower over speed and agility. It makes sense; when bullets and explosive frag are flying every direction, the sound of rounds bouncing off a few inches of steel is pretty reassuring.
Little noticed until recently was the looming rift between Riyadh and Washington over Pres. Barack Obama’s appeasement of Syria and Iran which has finally manifested itself in a nearly complete severance of relations.
Regardless if you live on the side of the globe that never gets to see the snow, or are one of those who know it quite well – admit it, it does give you some amazing photographing material. For me, a combination of nature and technology has always been something special. This time I want to introduce you to an exceptional connection of snow, nature and trains. Enjoy.
The ‘battered wife’ approach to silencing dissent.
Something long-lost on “Pentagon, Inc.”