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Tow truck driver's response when asked, "what does the recession mean to you?"
Aanjar, a town on the border of Syria and Lebanon is a desolate area with few tourists - leaving it's ancient Roman and Umayyad ruins quite intact for the few who venture off the beaten path...
My Superman in action.
Woman,Mother, in Phoenix Arizona park when asked, "what does the recession mean to you?"
Ladybug
Glendale, Arizona pizza shop. The employees response when asked the question, what does the recession mean to you?"
Tow Truck Driver In Glendale Arizona, answering the question, what does the recession mean to you?
Capturing light in nature.
Coffee with my Father.
a young girl visiting her mother's hut
The response my Macro-Economic 101 professor gave me when asked before class began, "what does the recession mean to you?"
two women on a volunteer project
a habitat for humanity project
Tennessee Tears- Woke up in a Nashville hotel to see my daughter clutching her teddy bear and softly crying with the rain.
Kansas Broomweed
students at a retreat
a women's shoes left in the grass
Tennessee Tears- Woke up in a Nashville hotel to see my daughter clutching her teddy bear and softly crying with the rain.
a crater created by a collapsed volcano
After a long day of gathering with the women, the men captured a ground squirrel while hunting--the perfect accompaniment with the tubers we dug up!
taken outside a Maasai village
waterfalls in the cliffs of Lake Natron
It was rare to see a type of Safari Ant out of a line, but as I sat down in a small Hadza community, I enjoyed snapping a shot of the beautiful life that approached me.
9th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
two women on a volunteer project

two women on a volunteer project

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