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On Reflection By James Martin
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While travelling the world James has tried to capture the less obvious images. In doing so he found different qualities of the reflected image. He has selected almost 100 of these images and written... More > a few words in an attempt to share the wonder that he experienced. It is his hope that this book will not only give joy but will inspire others to see new potential viewpoints as well as experiencing the countless treasures that pass by often unnoticed.< Less
Moscow's Seven Sisters and Their Extended Family By James Martin
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The Seven Sisters of Moscow are iconic landmarks built under the direction of Stalin. They became a stamp of authority that spread to other countries. In this book James Martin tells about how he... More > discovered them and how this became an obsession that took him to Russia, Latvia, Poland, Romania, Ukraine, the Czech Republic America and home again. He looks at the buildings history, their current conditions, their origins, their influences as well as how it affected him. It is both a personal journey, a record of insights and a social commentary. A process that began in 2003 he travelled over 14,000 miles, sometimes with his sons then with his wife. It included train travel, air travel and luxury cruise ship. It is a story formed through visiting, researching and sometimes gaining access through role-play and mistaken identity.< Less
Moscow's Seven Sisters and Their Extended Family By James Martin
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The Seven Sisters of Moscow are iconic landmarks built under the direction of Stalin. They became a stamp of authority that spread to other countries. In this book James Martin tells about how he... More > discovered them and how this became an obsession that took him to Russia, Latvia, Poland, Romania, Ukraine, the Czech Republic America and home again. He looks at the buildings history, their current conditions, their origins, their influences as well as how it affected him. It is both a personal journey, a record of insights and a social commentary. A process that began in 2003 he travelled over 14,000 miles, sometimes with his sons then with his wife. It included train travel, air travel and luxury cruise ship. It is a story formed through visiting, researching and sometimes gaining access through role-play and mistaken identity.< Less