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  • Program: england term
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    • Winter Holiday Ornaments

    • England Term
    • The Kristkindlemarkt in Vienna displayed hundreds of decorations for the winter holidays. The numerous colors and faces of these ornaments seemed to capture the festive atmosphere of the day.
    • Very Irish Day

    • England Term
    • We were at the Cliffs of Mohare in Ireland. One of the things I love about this picture is its emotional connection with the experience. The day was very Irish-it was windy, cold and wet. When we arrived at the cliffs, we had to walk up to the top....
    • Tree at Normandy

    • England Term
    • We had been looking at War sites for three days leading up to this day. Everything we experienced made we feel angry, sad, bitter, confused, twisted. We got to the cemetery and I saw this tree, its shape contrasting with the rigidity of the...
    • Soaking in the View

    • England Term
    • This picture was taken from the top of Glastonbury Tor, a huge ancient hill near Glastonbury, England. We were all winded from the hike to the top, so most of us just sat down and soaked in the view. The picture is representative of England Term...
    • Shore Reflection

    • England Term
    • The solitude expressed in this print of Kana Sterr looking out to the island of Arran in the North Channel is representative of our pensive mood that afternoon on the beach in Ayr, Scotland. We had only been abroad for one week, which was spent...
    • 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...
    • Quintessential England

    • England Term
    • Sheep are a ubiquitous characteristic of the United Kingdom’s countryside and have been for centuries. I find their helplessness and simplicity endearing and, though today, their importance in British economy and culture is lessened, I could not...
    • 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...
    • Light in the Catacomb

    • England Term
    • The light in this catacomb in Salzburg reminded me of Emily Dickenson's poem: 'There's a certain slant of light/ on winter afternoons/ That oppresses/ with the heft of cathedral tunes…' There was a quietness that made the place feel solemn and...
    • 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...
    • Kylemore Abbey

    • England Term
    • During March of 2000, the England Term group was escorted about Ireland by our faithful leader, DR (Professor Dan Ritchie), and our "charismatic" Irish bus driver, Harry. Our home base for several days was Galway, a small city on the western coast...
    • Glowing

    • England Term
    • My mother and I had been walking around Paris all day when we entered this small chapel outside the grand Notre Dame. While marveling at the rich blue glass he San Chapelle is famous for, suddenly the sunset peeked through the nearby alleys and...
    • Eiffel Tower

    • England Term
    • I was standing near the base of the Eiffel Tower, having traveled to France for spring break. I just remembered the feeling that "you're not sure you're in France until you see the Eiffel Tower." As we rode the elevator up, it just kept going...
    • Crucifix Sheltered in a Grove of Trees

    • England Term
    • Toward the end of February 2000, the England Term group spent a week at Hengrave Hall, and Elizabethan manor home in eastern England near Bury St. Edmunds with nothing to do than listen to lectures in the morning and explore the surrounding...
    • 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...
    • An Antique Extravaganza Canonized

    • England Term
    • Towards the tail end of our first week in the UK, we visited the well-kept ruins of Linlithgow Palace, 15 miles west of Edinburgh, Scotland. Awestruck by its architectural grandeur as well as its lavish history, we filled up our cameras like good...
    • 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...

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