Trevor Sudano

Volunteer: Trevor Sudano

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2010 - 2012


Contributions from Trevor Sudano

  1. Namibia Reconciliation

    Today I was thinking about post-Peace Corps service and what it was going to be like going back to the states. I tried to imagine the reverse culture shock that I hear so much about and how it was going to affect me. I started to think about all the things I really love and miss about the States and it really got me thinking about my experience in Namibia thus far. Don’t get me wrong, I love America. I never realized how truly wonderful it is until coming here. I miss so much about it that I...

  2. Namibia Being Alone

    Spending so much time with yourself can lead to some very interesting situations and internal conversations. I’ve found myself making songs with the swishing noises of mouthwash before bed, which never fails to ultimately lead to an impromptu bathroom dance party. I’ve walked the long way out of my building so that I could pass more flats and delicately turn my head just so in order to peer into the open doors and judge the furnishings of my fellow Old Age Home neighbors. “Just as I suspecte...

  1. Namibia Sunset Over the Mountains

    Another sunset in the NamibRand Nature Reserve which is a part of the Namib Naukluft National Park and the Namib Desert (worlds oldest desert). This photo was taken from the top of a sand dune overlooking the fields and fairy circles below and the mountains beyond.

  2. Namibia Light Illusions

    During a cloudy day at the NamibRand Nature Reserve which is a part of the Namib Naukluft National Park and the Namib Desert (worlds oldest desert), the sunlight was filtering through the clouds and gave the illusion of underwater mountains.

  3. Namibia Sunset in the Namib

    This photo was taken at sunset in the NamibRand Nature Reserve which is a part of the Namib Naukluft National Park and the Namib Desert (worlds oldest desert).

  4. Namibia Himba Bracelets

    These are bracelets designed by the Himba which is one of the last remaining traditional tribes in Namibia. The bracelets are made from recycled PVC pipe and feature traditional designs of the Himba.

  5. Namibia Hopper

    A species of grasshopper found in Namibia. The colors of their shells are brilliant and the photo really does not do their size justice. This one I found hiding in a shrub and it was gracious enough to allow me to get close enough to photograph it.

  6. Namibia Kudus

    This photo was taken at a lodge near Otavi. The Kudu's horns were placed against the wall of a building with a simple mortar and stone foundation and thatched wall and roof.

  7. Namibia Young Meets Old

    The National Immunization Days (NID) campaign is held every year in Namibia. One of my responsibilities during the campaign was to document the campaign in my town through photos which would then be included in the official report. After taking all of the photos, I went back through to pick out the best and discovered this gem.   The old woman is a volunteer who was administering our Vitamin A Supplement, the little girl was now on to her second oral vaccine (first being Polio) and clearly ha...

  8. Namibia Captive Audience

    We were conducting an outreach program in the Oshiwambo Location under a tree. We set up chairs and made posterboards we could strap around our necks to present our information. Today's session was about alcohol and drug abuse and its effects on the community. I was taking pictures of the event when I spotted this little guy staring up at me while his mother listened on.

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