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Travel

Zambian Children – Weekly Travel Photo

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Zambian Children Biking in Africa

During my time in Zambia, my  understanding of children and what they are capable of fundamentally changed. Not only did the children of rural Zambia awe me with their love of life, constant smiles, and zeal for enjoying every moment – they also showed me how many of the narratives about western children and their abilities are grossly misplaced. The children ...

Backpacking

A Photographer’s Late Night Musings

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As I start this post it’s 2AM on a Friday night.  I’ve opted to stay in, distracted – or dare I confess lost in editing photos from my recent trip through Zambia.  I’ve got a half empty glass of 15 year old Scotch and find myself deeply effected by the faces staring back at me from the ...

Europe

Wandering in Oslo, Norway

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My final day in Oslo was spent meandering the city’s cobblestone streets, wandering through the old harbor, and resting lazily in the park reading my book.   I’d paused at the local rail station during the previous day’s walking tour and picked up a discount reservation for an overnight train from Oslo to Stavanger on Norway’s western coast.  ...

You Have The Power – Blog Action Day 08

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Today bloggers all over the world have taken time out of their day to share a special message.  Together, we’ve turned our attention to one of the most terrible and often overlooked issues facing humanity.  Poverty.

I’ve put together this brief video which I hope you’ll take a few minutes to watch:

View it: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A78MUnNCJoQ

Please do what you can, ...