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Watchtower
Outside of a wedding celebration in Hoa Chau, Vietnam. The American journalist and the Vietnamese boy, curious and recording their own memory, each different yet the same.
A tiny food stand in a small store front in San Miguel.
A street saint smoking on his way to explore
Sunset Parade - U.S. Marine Corp Band members performing at the Iwo Jima Memorial
Walking through a National Park
A peaceful young man.
Fog blankets the rocky coast at Pemaquid Point, Maine
I got your back
A farmer going back home at the dusk
St. Ignatius cemetery looking over the Potomac
Walking back from a cave in Sardinia
A gull poses on a piling in front of the boat house known as "Motif #1" at Bearskin Neck in Rockport, Massachusetts
Exploring Tarlair and climbing the rocks
Waiting at a small-town train station where the rails run straight through the neighborhood.
Gorgeous waterfall
Yes or No?
After hiking for an hour, we got this shot from inside Cathedral Cove.
We went to many shrines, but this one was one of my favorites.
The Moravians set up camp at Old Bethabara in Winston-Salem, NC, and this colonial woman opening a large shed to store covered-wagons represents the door opening to new settlers in America in the 1700
Walking along the southern coast of Portugal.
Clay pots from a former "Native" America.
9th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
St. Ignatius cemetery looking over the Potomac

St. Ignatius cemetery looking over the Potomac

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Date Taken: 02.2011
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Date Uploaded: Nov. 30, 2011, 2:01 p.m.
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