1. Morocco Tagine

    Traveling around the world photographing Peace Corps volunteers for my book Making Peace with the World, Photographs of Peace Corps Volunteers, I was introduced to a lot of unfamiliar food. Some good, some bad and some horrible. I tried it all.    I discovered Morocco, where I photographed Peace Corps volunteers Rebecca Luhrs, Juan Camilo Mendez and Muriel Johnston, has wonderful cuisine. Because of its location as a crossroads for trade and for many cultures there is a cornucopia of choices ...

  2. Morocco Rabat At Night

    A look down the main shopping artery in the old city of the Moroccan capital city of Rabat. On a nice night, the streets are packed as Rabatis and tourists stroll through the market picking up everything from the latest Western and Eastern fashions to brand new computer hardware and software. You literally can find anything, you just need to know where to look.

  3. Morocco Rabat Ville Train Station

    The view looking out from the Rabat Ville train station in Rabat's capital city.

  4. Jordan Camp GLOW

    Pioneer year for Camp GLOW Jordan.  Taking a break after broom hockey with new friends.

  5. Jordan Broadening Perspectives

    Students from a special education center and students from the local middle school had an opportunity to interact and play games.

  6. Jordan Young Salesman

    A little boy in Petra sets up shop

  7. Jordan High on Life

    Culturally "inappropriate" in the spring

  8. Jordan High on Life

    PCVs having fun

  9. Jordan Separation of Church and State

    1st graders learning how to pray...

  10. Jordan Bright and Cheerful

    Adorable third graders waiting for a photo opp (and any excuse to be distracted from their lessons)

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“Sunset at the Railroad” by PCV Nicholas Baylor Hall. Namibia, 2011.