Clinton Logan @clinton

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Exploring the world via motorcycle. These are images I've created along the way. See more stories and photos on my facebook page...

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When he was younger Rainer dreamed about riding his motorcycle around the world. In German he lists far off places he's always wanted to visit: Kairo, Kalifornien, Jamaika...
But in the interim years something happened that ended all of that. These days Rainer spends his afternoons rolling cigarettes, sipping tall glasses of Weissbier, and wondering what it would've all been like.
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When he was younger Rainer dreamed about riding his motorcycle around the world. In German he lists far off places he's always wanted to visit: Kairo, Kalifornien, Jamaika... But in the interim years something happened that ended all of that. These days Rainer spends his afternoons rolling cigarettes, sipping tall glasses of Weissbier, and wondering what it would've all been like.

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You've gotta love a town that memorializes eating children as travel snacks
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You've gotta love a town that memorializes eating children as travel snacks

Looking like Stonehenge Jenga on acid, the Kirche Zur Heiligsten Dreifaltigkeit (Church of the Most Holy Trinity) sits on a grassy hill overlooking Vienna. Designed by sculptor/architect Fritz Wotruba, this brutalist wonder consists of 152 asymmetrically arranged concrete blocks weighing from 1.8 to 141 tons. #brutal_architecture
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Looking like Stonehenge Jenga on acid, the Kirche Zur Heiligsten Dreifaltigkeit (Church of the Most Holy Trinity) sits on a grassy hill overlooking Vienna. Designed by sculptor/architect Fritz Wotruba, this brutalist wonder consists of 152 asymmetrically arranged concrete blocks weighing from 1.8 to 141 tons. #brutal_architecture

My future band's debut record cover.
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My future band's debut record cover.

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Forget crop circles, there is an alien artifact built literally in a middle of a field near the small town of Podgarić, Croatia. Either that or a sculptor named Dušan Džamonja created this magnificent structure in 1967 to honour the sacrifice the people of Moslavina made during World War II.  Standing on a square pedestal, it is 10 meters tall, and 20 meters wide
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Forget crop circles, there is an alien artifact built literally in a middle of a field near the small town of Podgarić, Croatia. Either that or a sculptor named Dušan Džamonja created this magnificent structure in 1967 to honour the sacrifice the people of Moslavina made during World War II. Standing on a square pedestal, it is 10 meters tall, and 20 meters wide

A DC3 lies rotting at Zeljava Underground Airbase, on the border of Croatia and Bosnia. It was abandoned in the Serbo-Croatian War in 1992
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A DC3 lies rotting at Zeljava Underground Airbase, on the border of Croatia and Bosnia. It was abandoned in the Serbo-Croatian War in 1992

Spent bullet shells bask in the sun on the 5th floor of a bank that was repurposed by Croat forces as a sniper tower during the Bosnian War.
From this vantage point assassins fired into the city, killing anyone unlucky enough to drift into their sights.
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Spent bullet shells bask in the sun on the 5th floor of a bank that was repurposed by Croat forces as a sniper tower during the Bosnian War. From this vantage point assassins fired into the city, killing anyone unlucky enough to drift into their sights.

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The bombed out remains of the Razvitak department store still stands in central Mostar. Destroyed during the '91 Bosnian War, it's now home to gypsies who drag in random pieces of paper to fuel fires during the winter.

This is the ministry
of remains
Fizzy drinks cans
and magazines

Human hair
A kitchen knife
And a ghost of a girl
Who runs and hides
Scratched in the wall in
Biro pen
This is how the
world will end - ‪PJ Harvey‬
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The bombed out remains of the Razvitak department store still stands in central Mostar. Destroyed during the '91 Bosnian War, it's now home to gypsies who drag in random pieces of paper to fuel fires during the winter. This is the ministry of remains Fizzy drinks cans and magazines Human hair A kitchen knife And a ghost of a girl Who runs and hides Scratched in the wall in Biro pen This is how the world will end - ‪PJ Harvey‬

Zeko brings out more rounds of chalky white dough that will soon be hand scored, dashed with seasoning, and slid into a wood fired brick oven. The Ramadan Somun bread that emerges is nothing sort of magic.

Bubbled up and blistered with smoky char marks that perfectly accent the salt and black seed to create a wonderfully disciplined flavour profile.

This humble bread has a perfect gradation of texture. Crisp around the circumference, soft toward the center with a subtle dusting of flour.

If this is Allah's will, then I'm totally down with it.
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Zeko brings out more rounds of chalky white dough that will soon be hand scored, dashed with seasoning, and slid into a wood fired brick oven. The Ramadan Somun bread that emerges is nothing sort of magic. Bubbled up and blistered with smoky char marks that perfectly accent the salt and black seed to create a wonderfully disciplined flavour profile. This humble bread has a perfect gradation of texture. Crisp around the circumference, soft toward the center with a subtle dusting of flour. If this is Allah's will, then I'm totally down with it.

Deep within a Bosnian mountain an obsolete four billion dollar military bunker is now being used as a contemporary art space.  There are no signs telling you it's there and a guard will refuse entry unless you're accompanied by a local guide.

Its brilliance lies in its unorthodox nature. Thanks to the efforts of artists, Edo and Sandra Hozić, the ARK — Atomska Ratna Komanda, or Nuclear Command Bunker — contains fascinating artworks that deliberately co-opt and often juxtapose the perfectly preserved cold war infrastructure that houses them. I'll post more about this amazing space on facebook soon.
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Deep within a Bosnian mountain an obsolete four billion dollar military bunker is now being used as a contemporary art space. There are no signs telling you it's there and a guard will refuse entry unless you're accompanied by a local guide. Its brilliance lies in its unorthodox nature. Thanks to the efforts of artists, Edo and Sandra Hozić, the ARK — Atomska Ratna Komanda, or Nuclear Command Bunker — contains fascinating artworks that deliberately co-opt and often juxtapose the perfectly preserved cold war infrastructure that houses them. I'll post more about this amazing space on facebook soon.

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Looking like an artifact from an alien civilization, this monument authored by Miodrag Živković commemorates the Battle of Sutjesk, one of Yugoslavia's bloodiest WWII conflicts.
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Looking like an artifact from an alien civilization, this monument authored by Miodrag Živković commemorates the Battle of Sutjesk, one of Yugoslavia's bloodiest WWII conflicts.

Husein makes the best Bosnian coffee in Sarajevo.
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Husein makes the best Bosnian coffee in Sarajevo.

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