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Capturing the light, Uzbekistan Wall Beautiful colours in this photograph: how the blue contrasts boldly with the orange. The way the dying light has different tones over the textures of the wall is really special.
Church of Our Saviour on the Spilled Blood, St Petersburg, Russia. As a ghost, I am looking for a castle to haunt. What about this one? I know it isn't technically a 'castle' but look at its magnificent size! I think it would still be splendid to haunt.
Trans-Siberian Railway - I went from Vladivostok to Moscow,(the red line), then took another train to St P, then another train to London. It is a network of railways connecting Moscow with the Russian Far East, It is the longest railway in the world.
The homeless of Ulan Bator, Mongolia, live in hot water pipes underground - every nation has its own mole people.
Photos: Mongolia's rapid modernization
Mongolia is in the middle of a resources boom with Oyu Tolgoi, the huge copper and gold mine, soon to open, which will provide vast revenues for the government that can be spent on infrastructure and education if corruption can be kept in check.
Bumpy ride: Mongolian tribesmen take part in a camel race during a winter Naadam festival in Hulun Buir, north China’s Inner Mongolia region (via Camels show they’re pretty nippy at winter Naadam festival in Hulun Buir