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    • Emerging Tides

    • LCC International University (LCC)
    • Lithuania is nestled up against the Baltic Sea, next to Russia, Latvia, and Belarus. Lithuania has recently emerged as an independent country, free from Soviet authority. While this political freedom is vitally important, there is still a lot of...
    • An Old Friend

    • AustraLearn
    • The photo was taken on a cold misty afternoon. The river was very calm and still. The surroundings around me felt almost mystical. I was hiking along the Huon Trail in Tasmania when I came upon a small wooden boat school. It felt like I had...
    • Rice Paddies of Bali

    • EduVenture
    • Knee deep in the bacteria-laden rice paddies of Bali, Indonesia, this hardworking woman is still surrounded by the breathtaking beauty of the island's landscape. Our team spent the first two weeks of our semester working with a native community...
    • A Choice to be Made

    • England Term
    • This was taken at Lindisfarne, an island near the eastern border between Scotland and Northern England. Saint Aidan founded the monastery at Lindisfarne. He was an Irish missionary sent from Iona by King Oswald in AD635. It became the base for...
    • No Room for You and Me

    • New York Center for Art & Media Studies (NYCAMS)
    • It was a crisp day as I walked through Brooklyn Heights. Little rays of sun peeked through the winter sky. I walked past the bustle of people, hurrying along their way, and kept to myself. I came upon this man sitting ever so still, alone. It was...
    • Jerusalem's Old City Streets

    • Jerusalem University College
    • The quiet and still feeling I had during this first walk through Jerusalem's Old City streets was quite and innocent. Once experiencing the same street five hours later, I can't help but see this same quiet scene and feel most of all its chaotic...
    • Shining with the Setting Sun

    • Japan Travel Writing
    • After hiking for most of the day and still having a ways to go before my friends and I could rest we stumbled upon a shrine tucked away in the mountains. Low on motivation and beginning to regret our decision to go hiking on one of the few free...
    • Hungry, anyone?

    • Experiencing Culture and Education in Hong Kong and Manila
    • The densely crowded streets of Hong Kong were full of flavorful excitement for my tame Minnesota senses. Imagine: Chinese pop music pulsing from trendy stores; neon signs flashing as hoards of teens in bright army boots alongside sophisticated...
    • Just another Day

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    • When in Venice in October, the city was experiencing extreme high waters. In Piazza San Marco where we were expecting to see thousands of pigeons, we were instead greeted with water six inches deep. When events like this happen in Venice, the...
    • Natural Archway of Trees

    • Paris and London: Sculpture in Cities and Environments
    • This scene is near Chenonceau Castle in the Loire Valley of France. I like the way these trees mad a natural archway. In many places in France, limbs are cut back so the shape of the trees can be controlled. But here, they were allowed to grow...
    • Pisa in Black and White

    • England Term
    • Pisa is a very small town where there really is nothing to see but the Leaning Tower. However, the 45 minute walk is definitely worth the trouble. When you get to the tower, even though you’ve heard about it and you’ve seen photographs, it...
    • The Buster in Gold

    • Australia Term
    • My friends and I would frequent the Circular Quay, the major downtown docking harbor, to catch ferries across the water. The strip along the harbor was never still, always full of locals, tourists, and street performers. This gold man was one of...
    • Untitled

    • Guatemala Term
    • There is no clearer manifestation of wealth than in the graves of the dead. In a visit to the cemetery of Guatemala City, the capital of the country, we saw the distinctions of wealth clearly. These are the public graves, which are rented out for...
    • Spectator Sport

    • Guatemala Term
    • Semana Santa is a weeklong religious celebration leading up to Easter in Latin America. As part of this celebration, Guatemalans, especially in Antigua, participate in elaborate processionals. Clad in purple robes and carrying heavy floats,...
    • Mysterious Simplicity

    • University of Edinburgh
    • I still haven't decided whether the mood of this picture is more ominous or peaceful, so I'll leave that up to you, the viewer. A train station is one of those things that carries with it a sense of foreign-ness and adventure, when in reality, it's...
    • A View from Three Feet Tall

    • Guatemala Term
    • On a home visit to one of the borrowers in our microfinance program, I saw this beautiful little boy standing amongst a field of corn. I knew I’d regret it if I left this home without capturing this moment. Still today, I cannot help but smile...
    • Drikung Monastary

    • School for International Training (SIT)
    • Drikung Monastery is well known by Tibetans from all across Tibet. This holy location is where many take those who have passed on to receive a proper and respectful death rite. The ceremony begins the night before, with the monks encircling the...

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