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    • Blowfish

    • EduVenture
    • This blowfish is a common sight for those daring enough to dive into the rarely ventured waters of the Sumbanese coast. These are two of my teammates, Tim Anderson and John Barr, displaying their catch after a late night spear fishing run. It...
    • 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...
    • Collision

    • South Africa Term
    • This photo was taken on the ferryboat to Robben Island in Cape Town. It captures a collision of cultures and of generations; everyone in South Africa was impacted by Apartheid on some level and to see the different people that go to Robben Island...
    • In Awe

    • South Africa Term
    • Our Bethel group went on an outing with twenty township children to the "World of Birds". This was the first time some of the children had seen non-native South African animals. They loved the peacocks, turkeys and even the squirrels. Seeing these...
    • Feed the Birds

    • Spain Term
    • San Marco’s Square is infested with pigeons. Everywhere you step, you run the risk of being squawked at. And the, instead of shooing them away, you pay € 1 for birdfeed and invite them to climb all over you! Betsy (pictured) and I could have...
    • Moroccan Man Watching the Crowd

    • Independent Travel
    • While in Fez, my friend and I would often sit at cafes sipping fresh mint tea with other men (and no other women). We would strategically pick the café so we could take close-up pictures of Moroccans. This man was installed on a step, watching the...
    • Baba’s Meze

    • Global Learning Semesters (GLS)
    • In Cyprus, one of the most enjoyable evenings is one spent indulging in Greek meze and dance at a traditional Cypriot restaurant. To find an evening reservation for our last meze before returning home, we walked the restaurant-packed streets on the...
    • Child From a Small Village

    • Latin American Studies Program (LASP)
    • This child is from a village nestled on the side of a mountain. My group visited an area church, which was a half-hour hike up the mountain -a church with an interesting background. There were previously four witches that worshiped on the top of...
    • Reflection

    • School for International Training (SIT)
    • During my time interning with Concern Worldwide in Soroti, Uganda, I would walk 20 minutes to work each morning at about 8:00am. On this particular morning, the praying mantis, about 2.5 inches long, was waiting on the door to greet me.
    • Unused Quarter

    • New York Center for Art & Media Studies (NYCAMS)
    • This is a photograph selected from a project I worked on through the entirety of the NYCAMS semester, studying the nuances of typical tourist behavior. This photo was taken while circling the promenade under the Statue of Liberty pretending to be a...
    • Monkeys

    • Ecuador and the Galapagos Islands
    • The city of Coca lies on the edge of the Amazon rainforest. Here, animals from the rainforest are of often kept as pets. In this photo, Bethel student Hannah Wohler is experiencing first hand these monkeys desire for local fruit. The monkeys are...
    • 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...
    • Faith

    • Cultural Diversity in Health Care
    • During our time in Uganda, we had the unique opportunity to stay in a traditional village with a family. Faith was the only family member who spoke no English, yet I had the strongest connection with her. Even though there was a language barrier...
    • Children at Play

    • China Studies Program (CSP)
    • This is one of my favorite pictures because it captures the essence of life being lived. After a long day going from one historical site to another in Beijing, we stopped at the Temple of Heaven. From a distance I heard little children laughing and...
    • 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...
    • Vibrancy of Life

    • School for International Training (SIT)
    • This beautiful woman let me take her picture for a photo essay assignment I had to do for class in Tulear, Madagascar. I love how the warm hospitality and friendliness of the Malagasy people is so evident in her face. The bright colors of the...

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