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The (Economics of the) Generator

17 Sep 2013
In: Cultural Norms, Herat
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Roadside bottle-on-a-barrel fuel for the generator can be cheaper than a more formal petrol station, but does carry the risk of dirtying and shortening …
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Bottle on a Barrel

15 Sep 2013

Pump Norms

12 Sep 2013
In: Cultural Norms, Ojika
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Minimal petrol station norms – in the harbour port of Ojika.
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Cooking Gas Delivery

25 Oct 2012
In: Cultural Norms, Phnom Penh
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Full Service Petrol Station

12 Aug 2012
In: Phnom Penh
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Local variation on the global theme – on a recent trip to Phnom Pehh, Cambodia.
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Clean Fuel, Dirty Fuel

07 Sep 2010
In: Cultural Norms, Mazar e Sharif
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One of the side effects of using road-side fueling stations such as this is the assumption that the fuel is not as pure as that …
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Open { Somewhere Between } Closed

07 Jun 2010
In: Cultural Norms
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It appears that every day in Turkmenistan is flag day – this flag arrangement appears outside various ministries, retail outlets and the occassional gas station …
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Ways Found

06 Jun 2010
In: Darvaza, Today's Office
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It’s difficult to photograph scrubland desert, and even trickier to document a hole/crater from ground level – hence photographing a hole in the desert is …
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Knocking on Hells Door

In one of my more obscure life experiences – picked up a heavily tattooed Ukrainian guide + 4WD and headed deep into this desert to …
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Bottle on a Brick

30 Dec 2005
In: Cultural Norms, Ho Chi Minh City
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One of the purest forms of stripped down design I’ve come across. A petrol station is: a container of liquid, ideally at a height that …
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