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Natural, peaceful beauty abounds in rural China.
Essaouira, Morocco- As I turned the corner of the alleyway leading to my hostel, I spotted this cat, relaxing on the back of a bike. As I bent down to take my shot, he winked, cementing Essaouira as a
A photo of a dad taking a photo of his cute son posing in typical Chinese fashion.
Our professor stopped class for a few minutes to help this man pay for his daily bread. Unfortunately, when I came back to this park a month later, I came across this man again, still begging for a li
People taking pictures of us foreigners on the Bund in Shanghai.
Chinese kindergartners excited to smile for my camera.
Friends with stillness in their midst.
A bamboo forest in quick-motion.
Too many dumplings? I did not expect that to be possible.
Jeepney in Makati
Skipping rocks. Unfortunately, that's the true color of the water in this pond. While we were lucky enough to have many beautiful days in China, this was one of the run-ins with pollution we also expe
This adorable little four-year-old girl entertained us as we stood in line for two hours to take the cable car down Mount Tai. She was less thrilled about our Mandarin than we were about her ability t
Breathtaking Mount Tai.
Blonds and brunette hair always warranted a few stares during our journey through China.
Fifi B-29 Superfortress
I have never been in a crowd as thick as on top of Mount Tai, China, on their National Day holiday!
Ten white males were invited to dress up as Scotsmen for Tianjin's culture festival parade despite the fact that none of them are Scottish and we are in China.
Virtually empty spaces are few and far between in urban China, but I discovered one in the Forbidden City.
Light Show
Childhood Fun for a Baby Praying Mantis
Traditional Chinese lanterns.
A man painting Chinese calligraphy in water on the sidewalk of imperial China's summer palace.
Junked Caddy
9th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
This adorable little four-year-old girl entertained us as we stood in line for two hours to take the cable car down Mount Tai. She was less thrilled about our Mandarin than we were about her ability t

This adorable little four-year-old girl entertained us as we stood in line for two hours to take the cable car down Mount Tai. She was less thrilled about our Mandarin than we were about her ability to sing the A-B-Cs she had learned in school!

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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 10.2010
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Date Uploaded: June 22, 2011, 8:53 p.m.
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