A Long Day’s End

Just outside of the mountain village of Nalma, Nepal, a group of young boys, back home on holiday from their schools in bigger cities, spent most of their days in the village toiling in a quarry and carrying rocks back to their village for construction. […]

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Jemaa el-Fna

In Marrarkech, Morocco there is no place as must see as Jemaa el-Fna. This is a place I’ve become more familiar with in my two visits to Morocco. Here I’ve been lost, stranded, had snakes wrapped around me and monkeys thrown on me. Here is […]

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The Sunset Bar

Deep in the Amazon of Bolivia, at the edges of the jungle, lies a region known as the Pampas. The pampas is a labyrinth of narrow river channels criss-crossing through thick overgrowth. It’s teeming with wildlife from river dolphins to monkeys to alligators. Here in […]

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Daily Grind

A young Buhddist monk tackles his daily chores of polishing chalices. The small monastery in Pokhara, Nepal was filled with teenage monks in training, each going about their assigned tasks. Us visitors were unsure how the monastery felt about taking photos, but this kid and […]

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Wild

Day two on the trail over Mt. Salkantay, and down into the ancient city of Machu Picchu, was easily the longest and most exhausting of the five day trek. The day consisted of ten hours of trekking, four going up to reach the pass of […]

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Nalma Mornings

The villages of Nalma, Nepal just after dawn. I’ve seen several wonders of the world, but located in the shadow of the Himalayas, Nalma remains perhaps the most beautiful place I’ve laid eyes on.

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Plaza de España

While looking for relief from the Sevilla sun this past summer, along with a a good place to eat our lunch, two friends and found the best picnic spot we could ask for. This is Sevilla’s famous Plaza de España, a marvel of revival renaissance architecture and popular […]

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Invert

On a summer evening in his hometown of Roseburg, Oregon, KC bowman shows off a back flip while practicing flips and free running with a group of friends and parkour enthusiasts. The group of friends would often spend entire summer evenings practicing around their hometown.

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Yogastine

This is Yogastine. Yogastine, along with her sister, is one of 20 orphan kids living at the Real Hope tribal center in Tamil-Nadu, India. Poverty is a huge issue in this region, especially in the mountainous tribal villages. These kids are from tribal villages or […]

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Beat of the Drum

You’ve probably heard of kumi-daiko drum groups before, even if you don’t know it by name. The modern art of Japanese drum groups, using Taiko drums, has spread to cultures worldwide in recent years and is a staple event for visitors to the country. In the […]

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The Pull

We didn’t know there was going to be an annual festival when my sister and I arrived at the Naritasan Shinshō-ji Temple, looking for the rest of our family. However, we found the streets of the old town surrounding the temple packed with hundreds of visitors, local […]

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Taking Flight

A throwback from back home. Few places in the world offer more spectacular coastline than my home state of Oregon. It may not have the warmest beaches or softest sand, but the entire Oregon coast is nothing short of a photographers paradise. Granted, the entire […]

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