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A man passes through the town of Humahuaca in northern Argentina. Most residents here trace their roots back to pre-Hispanic populations. 
A women sells magazine at a local train station, Thailand.
Sitting for a Long Time
The view of a downtown street in San Jose, Costa Rica.
Way off the beaten path in Italy, north of Roma lies the crumbling old castle Rocchettine.
posing for the camera
Carolina, 13, spends many nights on the streets of Buenos Aires with her three young nieces. She collects cardboard to redeem for cash, making her one of hundreds, if not thousands, of adolescent cart
The hands of the ticket seller lay waiting to give the next ticket, at the train station in Thailand.
Sunflower
smile for the camera
In Atlantic City, New Jersey
Marchers rally on the anniversary of the coup dtat that brought a miitary junta to power in 1976. Today, Argentines spend each March 24 remembering those who died under the dictatorship.
old friends reunite
Reaching into the void and finding the nuances of life 
Long exposure
A picture I took while visiting the Oregon Coast the summer of 2011. You can see the earth's curve at the horizon from here.
A picture taken for my Design for Digital Media Class. I took it in my backward. The water is in a clay bowl. 
exposure time: 1/400 sec
iso speed: iso-200
f-stop: 5.6
Juan Carlos Ramirez sells used goods in the Buenos Aires neighborhood of Villa Crespo. He's also a baker, traveler and father.
More snow during the East Coast blizzard of 2010
Little Briannah posing for me- in the studio
new found friend
Peruvian immigrants sell trinkets in the Argentinian neighborhood of Once.
Just one moment of Love at the Tulip festival.
Watching a beautiful sunset in Wyoming's High Desert Country.
9th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Marchers rally on the anniversary of the coup dtat that brought a miitary junta to power in 1976. Today, Argentines spend each March 24 remembering those who died under the dictatorship.

Marchers rally on the anniversary of the coup dtat that brought a miitary junta to power in 1976. Today, Argentines spend each March 24 remembering those who died under the dictatorship.

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© Julie Turkewitz.
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 03.2010
Filed Under: Travel
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Date Uploaded: Nov. 22, 2011, 4:57 p.m.
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Camera Model: Canon EOS 5D
Focal Length: 43mm
Shutter Speed: 1/400
Aperture: f2.8
ISO: ISO640
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