1. Niger Old Man

    I ran into this cheeky old man while visiting the relatives of my host family.  He refused to leave unless I took his picture.

  2. St. Vincent and the Grenadines Home Sweet Homes

    It's so simple and beautiful. I'm very blessed to be able to call this place my home.

  3. St. Vincent and the Grenadines Love To Learn

    A grade 6 class at Lowmans Leeward Anglican School in Lowmans Hill, St. Vincent & the Grenadines.

  4. Guatemala Timid Pride

    Ana poses by her weaving proudly. 

  5. Guatemala Preparing the Garden

    Ana gently works her tiny garden in preparation of planting. 

  6. Guatemala Los Volcanes

    A view of the volcanoes that surround Lake Atitlan

  7. Guatemala Easter Procession

    Women carry flowers in the Semana Santa Procession

  8. Guatemala Kata Planting

    Kata plants radish seed in her newly-tilled garden

  9. Bolivia Animal Delivery

    Our group worked in conjunction with Heifer Project, now know as Heifer International. I was envolved in the receiving, quarentine, and distribution of donated animals from the U.S. This afforded me the opportunity to see many villages and individuals in two major parts of Bolivia. This photo shows me (in the western hat) and a group of men who have just received purebred sheep.  This was in early 1965 or late 1964 near Torolapa, Cochabamba. There was no local supply of pruebred breeding stoc...

  10. Mongolia Finding Christmas in Mongolia

    I woke up to another day in a village called Uliastai in western Mongolia. Wrapped in the warmth of my sleeping bag, I shimmied over to my wood-burning stove in the icy dark pre-dawn hours and gingerly lit a fire with the kindling I’d set aside the night before. Lying back down with my stocking cap on, I watched the flames dance around the circular walls of my tiny felt tent (ger). I thought about my family on the other side of the world, preparing a pot roast for our traditional Christmas Ev...

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