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  • Term of Study Abroad: 2005
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    • The Everlasting Light

    • LCC International University (LCC)
    • This picture was taken at a medieval feast in Tallinn, Estonia. Only candles that were constantly burning lighted the whole building. The light that came from these flames reminded me that the light of Christ overcomes the darkness of the world. ...
    • Boca's Colors

    • American Institute For Foreign Study (AIFS)
    • This distinguished Argentine scene is found in La Boca, only a few minutes bus ride from downtown Buenos Aires. La Boca was a chief port in the 19th century and home to many Italian immigrants who lived in the brightly painted sheet-iron...
    • Siesta

    • Europe Term International Business
    • The Italian culture is very laid back, which is why I believe this picture is such a great representation. This man was resting on a brick wall in Fiesole, a small town in the hills of Florence. After I took this picture, I noticed other people...
    • The Road Less Traveled

    • Scholars Semester in Oxford (SSO)
    • Our house in Oxford was a good thirty-minute walk from the city centre. Although many people walked and biked along the main roads, several of us decided to make a habit of traveling through the parks to reach our destinations. In a city of...
    • Fatima Maria Fernanda

    • Guatemala Term
    • I cannot even begin to express the love and joy that the children demonstrated to me in Guatemala. Even through what would be classified as a poverty situation in the United States, these kids would always find time to laugh and enjoy life. They...
    • Foot prints in the sand

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    • As our group was walking up the sand dunes in United Arab Emirates, I was so impressed with how perfect the ripples in the sand looked going on forever, but we stepped across it like we stepped into the culture. I stepped into a 100% Muslim...
    • Solitude

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    • This photo was taken on the senior nursing trip to the United Arab Emirates in the Middle East. One of our many adventures involved taking a morning trip to a wadi, or dry riverbed. We crossed the boarder into Oman and descended down the rocks...
    • A Need for Tranquility

    • Middle East Studies Program (MESP)
    • The Sahara offered a sort of peace that could not found otherwise in Egypt. The shapes and curves of the dunes changed with the strong winds, so we stayed together to assure that no one would get lost. But Steve wanted to be lost, he wanted to...
    • Flip Flop Cemetery

    • Independent Missions Trip
    • This is among the remaining debris in a village devastated by the tsunami. I literally stumbled upon this mound of flip-flops that had been scattered and washed ashore since the waves rushed through. Some were distorted; some were torn in pieces,...
    • In the Midst

    • Experiencing Culture and Education in Hong Kong and Manila
    • This photo was taken after a two-hour trip up to the “Big Buddah” on Lantau Island. It is the largest bronze sitting Buddah in the world, only it was so foggy that day, that we could only see the outline of his raised hand! The statues around...
    • 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...
    • 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...
    • 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.
    • Remember

    • South Africa Term
    • During my stay in South Africa I volunteered at Fikelela AIDS orphanage several times. The first time I visited I held the baby whose hand is pictured with my own. By the time I returned a couple of days later, the baby was no longer at the...
    • Glimmer of Hope

    • Experiencing Culture and Education in Hong Kong and Manila
    • We painted a very poor church in a small village in the Philippines. Many kids were around and watched us help their church. This little boy was in a corner by himself with his shirt pulled over his head, watching us intensely. It seemed as if...
    • Cottage Garden

    • England Term
    • The Lakes District is widely accepted as the most beautiful spot in England. It has dazzling hills covered in moss and streams, low stonewalls encircling sheep pastures, and slate cottages with boot flower pots suspended from their walls. This...
    • Atop the Blarney

    • Northern Ireland
    • This picture was taken while I was on a tour of the Republic of Ireland. It was taken from the top of Blarney Castle directly after kissing the Blarney Stone. Tradition says that kissing the Stone bestows the gift of eloquence upon whoever kisses...
    • Leap of Faith

    • England Term
    • I took this photograph of three friends silhouetted against the English Channel and Dover beach while we were visiting Dover Castle and the accompanying Roman-Saxon ruins. The sign said no jumping, but we decided to pretend as if we were leaping...
    • 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 still...
    • Re-Imagining Stonehenge

    • England Term
    • Three months of travel can give a photographer a lot to shoot, a lot to edit out, and a lot to think about. I was out there, banging my head against my camera trying to think of a way to capture images that communicated the impact this was having...

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