1. Mozambique Peregrinação

    My school was on a Catholic Mission and once a year the whole community walked 23 kilometers in a religious pilgrimage to a beautiful spot right on the Indian Ocean. I snapped this photo during the walk.

  2. Mozambique Automobile travel

    Transportation in Mozambique

  3. Mozambique Boat travel

    I saw a fishing boat passing by, while on the beach. It appears some people were looking for a ride

  4. Mozambique Last day of class

    One of my students wrote this on the board, the last day of class before I went home

  5. Mozambique Teacher Amanda with students

    Taking a break with students, in between classes

  6. Brazil The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly - Cowboys in Glória

      Cowboys: Every Friday, late in the afternoon, local cowboys sauntered into town on their horses, driving a small herd of cattle in front of them. In Brazil, the cowboys were vaqueiros, but in Glória, they were usually called gauchos.   The gauchos who drove their cattle past our house on a dusty dirt road wore leather chaps and leather jackets. They often had holsters with guns strapped to their thighs and dangerous-looking knifes in leather sheaths on their belts. Their leather gaucho hat...

  7. Ghana Funning with bikes

    My host brother and I were just funning around, taking silly pictures.

  8. Ghana Mind Bloom

    I was teaching science in Asesewa, in the Eastern Region of Ghana, in west Africa. Asesewa was mostly isolated at that time. It had no electricity, running water, or telecommunications. I was teaching core science class. I was explaining the Copernican theory of solar systems. I explained how we lived on a planet that revolved around our sun, and that there were other suns with planets revolving around them. One of my girls, normally quite talkative, went quiet. I went on with the lesson. Se...

  9. Indonesia Javanese Bride-to-Be

    The hours long preperation before the traditional marriage ceremony- no less than three people were working on her at any given time.

  10. Indonesia 15 Years From Now...

    Another Sunday morning expedition on foot with Bu S, this time to the local landfill. I had run by it once when I first arrived here, not yet aware of the taboo of unaccompanied female joggers. Bu S suggested it as an interesting place to visit and a chance to meet people whose paths I might not otherwise cross. A beautiful vegetable garden immediately welcomed us after we entered, and just a few steps further were the composting silos. Two rows of five white buildings whose sole pu...

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