I have a confession to make: this issue’s lead story almost made me sick.
The problem is, I’m not a fan of high places, and some of Vadim Makhorov’s thrill-seeking photos made me feel a bit vertiginous and queasy. They are that good, that unusual, that high…
When editing a magazine like ours, one must often ignore one’s own preferences (and weaknesses) and remember that the interests (and strengths) of our readership are rather broad.
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