A Buddhist priest at a temple in North Korea, surprising in a commu...
Though long dead, Kim Il Sung is monumental and omnipresent in Nort...
Brand competition, a major economic contest of our time. Two rival ...
A fisherman on the sheer cliffs near Vernazza. How did he climb out...
The Valencia opera house at the City of Arts and Sciences
The glamour of Monte Carlo: The yacht, central, is Lady Moura, the ...
The drummer in a Gnawas band, playing at the entrance to Chellah, n...
Western Sahara is disputed territory. But where the Saharan sea of ...
Was the tree watching me? winking? keeping away the evil eye? I saw...
Theatre-goers have walked this aisle for over 1,800 years and, unti...
Torajan funerals are elaborate community events. I'm told that they...
Funerals in Toraja are very elaborate community events. This photo ...
Sa'dan is a village known for weaving. The process is time-consumin...
I'd been to see the tau-tau, in the background some gentle music pl...
These women performed at a village celebration, which I later disco...
Leaving Tanjung Selor, Kalimantan. I'd had my photo taken by these ...
I met this man as I arrived in the village of Tanjung Selor after a...
I was visiting a home in one of the villages built on the water, he...
This family of macaques was hiding in plain view. Huddled, they loo...
I was tracking this crab and thought it would be an interesting ton...
Tbilisi, Georgia 24/7 prayer vigil begun when the war started
I was walking along the beach on Sangalaki Island when I saw this l...
This very well-trained, charming & talented dog helps his man earn ...
I love peacocks. The irridescent luster of their feathers is one of...
A street sweeper I talked with outside the Assisi Church in Havana.
Outside of Ulaan Baator, Mongolia: Security forces at 2012 Naadam F...
Atop Dayton Ridge, as you look past the barn of the University of W...
As I was traveling in West Africa I noticed that our President Obam...
Silhouette of a kiss. Locks on the railing. Hints of promises made ...
A local man feeds a pigeon in the courtyard of the Hassan II Mosque
Once the sulde (spirit banners) arrive, the Naadam festival can begin.
How incredibly uniform these palm trees are. Design by nature.
At lunchtime in the University of Wisconsin-Richland Roadrunner Caf...
The Cowboys, a team entered in the University of Wisconsin-Richland...
When I saw this khukhuur of airag, fermented mare's milk, I just ha...
I was in Chobe National Park watching elephants when the sun set. I...
A curious fur seal approached me and posed for this portrait. OK, I...
A woman walks across the massive courtyard of the Hassan II Mosque.
Unemployment is the rule rather than the exception in Liberia, as i...
A very friendly pelican approached me on the beach in Walvis Bay.
I was browsing in a craft market in Porto Novo, Benin, when this gu...
I love the local buses in American Samoa. Each one is unique in sty...
Th only primate other than we humans to live freely in Europe, Barb...
Do you recognize this as a gas station? It is. In a place where mot...
I was in a small boat around the confluence of the Lufupa and Kafue...
I felt fortunate to be able to visit Angola as it is reovering from...
Many wishes here--probably for peace. The razor wire and fence are ...
This is a self-portrait, taken by accident, when I aimed my camera ...
The legs of a stilt dancer . . . probably 10 feet off the ground.
I love the old wooden architecture in Irkutsk. It's especially stun...
In a tiny town in Siberia, this women invited me in to her home. We...
Vegetable sellers at a market in Irkutsk
I thought he was dead. I thought I had found a body on the shore of...
I was touring Mongolia. We stopped to visit with a local family who...
This gigantic statue of Chenggis Khan rises high above the flat ste...
This nun pulled up outside a cathedral. I noticed that she was lock...
Matryoshka Maker who has a closet-sized shop on Arbat Street
One of ever so many plantations, estates and homes abandoned by the...
It wasn't the skulls of the victims, or even the objects found with...
Walking in the old walled city of Kotor, I saw this woman.
I happened to be in a zodiac in front of this glacier when a small ...
Changing of the Guard GyeongBokGung Palace
Until I saw it, I didn't even know such a thing as red tussocks exi...
I was walking along the shore of Lake Wakatipu and I saw this duck ...
At the 2012 Naadam Festival, an archer competes--in traditional clo...
Welcome sign at the Katuna border crossing from Rwanda into Uganda.
Something one rarely sees today, a woman wearing traditional dress,...
This dressmaker is her own best advertisement.
It was worth flying far and climbing a mountain to see this mom and...
I call this one "Souk Napper." It was hot and just after lunchtime ...
In many parts of the world, the motorbike is a family vehicle.
Tea server at the L'messeied Oasis in Western Sahara
Rescued, Jack will gradually return to the wild. He looks so much l...
This is a grocery store in the DRC (Democratically Resettled Commun...

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