Category Archives: Ethnicity

Gifts

when you look up in the woods at that exact moment that two cardinals join in a kiss. Continue reading

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Island of History and Mountains: Beyond the Beach in Cyprus

Between the gentle seductions of its hospitality and its rich history, Cyprus left me with an impression of a culture that reinvents itself anew with a self-confident resilience.  In Cyprus, the glories of antiquity are juxtaposed against commercially-vibrant cities with modern infrastructure, … Continue reading

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La Feria de Sevilla

The city of Sevilla celebrates a week-long festival known as La Feria de Sevilla each Spring which brings out the best of flamenco culture and heritage. La feria as it is popularly known, originally started as a cattle trading fair in 1847 and … Continue reading

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Zuni Dancers Revere Their Ancestors at Chimney Rock

Over a thousand years ago, native Americans lived in dispersed homesteads and hamlets across the southwestern United States, in what is now northern New Mexico and Southern Colorado. Archaeologists called this the Pueblo II period (about 1025 – 1075 AD) when the … Continue reading

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The Himba Women: Embodying Tradition

The juxtaposition of colonialism, indigenous traditions, and modern global economics makes for an interesting social landscape across Namibia. Subsistence pastoralists and small tradesmen in villages on the edges of the Namib desert, continue to live as earlier generations did in … Continue reading

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A Sense of Place

This assignment involved exploring the relationship between the people I photograph and the place where they are photographed. In other words, both the people and the place are significant.

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The New Americans

I took a trip down Route 50 West…to find the vibrant, varied new America.

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