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Old San Juan from my hotel room during my study abroad to Puerto Rico.
This is a portrait of my mother who became a lay-Carmelite nun in 1984.  Moms bedroom lovingly arranged, is her sanctuary where she operates an international prayer line fielding hundreds of phone cal
A lonely tourist exits an ancient, ornate church in northern Germany.
The Peabody Place
Riding the Trolley in Memphis
Tutu Girl
Dancing in the Park
The Baby Blues
Sitting on the Rails
Father and Son:
A touching moment at sunrise
In the Prazeres favela of Brazil, druglords rule with violent control and guns. Here, a playground is abandoned as children are too fearful to play outside.
Limber lady by the shore
We LOVE Summer!
Beautiful Seashells on the Shore
The sun sets on Pisac, the Sacred Valley of the Incas in Peru.
Seventeen-year-old Gavin Silver prefers to drive his restored 1954 Ford pick-up over his parents souped up Ferrari. Gavin and his beloved truck are photographed at the pond on Gavin's ranch in Ojai, C
Seventeen year-old Gavin Silver is your typical Ojai, Calif. teenager who happens to drive an atypical vehicle. Gavin is the proud owner of a fully restored 1954 Ford pick-up truck photographed on his
Julie Lynn Tumamait blesses the land in a Native American ceremony. Photos taken in Ojai, CA on Sunday, February 13, 2011 as a supplement to the documentary Pachamama.  2011 Victoria Linssen
Surfer Seann Nichols receives an unexpected sound healing from Darrell "Dearborn" Hicks as he performs sound healing using the digeridoo on the beach in Ventura, Calif., on Thursday, June 2, 2011. (Ph
Darrell "Dearborn" Hicks performs sound healing on Claire Henricksen to help her recover from a devastating loss in his studio at home in Oak View, Calif., on Saturday, June 4, 2011. (Photo by Victori
Artist Katie Van Horn takes a trip down memory lane on La Patera Ranch in Goleta, Calif. Van Horn has reason to be nostalgic, the 1,000 plus acres of land that was in her family for seven generations
Picture perfect barn on La Patera Ranch in Goleta, CA. In its heydey, at more than 1,000 acres, the ranch was the largest in Southern, California.
A Native American tent sits quietly on Sulphur Mountain at dusk awaiting the arrivals of attendees for an evening fire ceremony to be held in Ojai, Calif., on November, 24, 2010. (Photo by Victoria Li
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Limber lady by the shore

Limber lady by the shore

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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 06.2011
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Date Uploaded: Sept. 1, 2011, 6:43 p.m.
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