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    • Midnight in Paris

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    • It was Thanksgiving night after a wonderful dinner at the American church in Paris. I rushed to the Eiffel tower before it closed and decided to go all the way to the top that evening. Upon leaving, we walked through the park that surrounds the...
    • 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...
    • Pathway to the End

    • American Institute for Foreign Study (AIFS)
    • On one of New Zealand's most popular hikes, the Tongariro Crossing, some friends and I hiked up and over a volcano during a miserable wind and rainstorm. However, once we were on the other side of the volcano, we were greeted with clearing skies...
    • Hands of Shivite

    • Au Sable Institute of Environmental Studies
    • In the middle of the Brihadeswara temple grounds sites a 25-ton statue of a cow called the Nandhi, safeguarded by a burnt orange fence. Behind this fence, a temple worker places the mark of Shiva, three white lines, on the foreheads of interested...
    • Arc de Triomphe

    • CEA Global Education
    • This picture was taken from the top of the Eiffel tower on a cold, blustery day when my friend Jack and I finally made it to the top. It was our last week in Paris. For me it represented the triumph we felt at making our way in a new culture,...
    • A Boot in the Andes

    • Ecuador and the Galapagos Islands
    • This photo was taken on the mountainous area around the Pichincha Volcano. This volcano sits overlooking the city of Quito. This was the last day spent in Ecuador, and it was a beautiful way to end such an amazing trip.
    • Scare Tactics

    • Ecuador and the Galapagos Islands
    • I was out walking on my way to lunch when a station construction worker in front of me startled this snake. The worker looked back over his shoulder and motioned me over. He then proceeded to taunt the snake by waving his hands in different...
    • 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...
    • From 10€

    • Europe Term Intercultural Communication
    • In the Piazza Novana, beside the fountain of four rivers lies a painters market and within the walls of the buildings surrounding, the artists pass time, as tourists make their way between the grid of stands. Here a young girl waited patiently...
    • A Quick Nap

    • Globalization in India
    • Driving a rickshaw is tough work. Streets in India are crowded with not only other rickshaws, but with cars, bicycles, mopeds, carts, pedestrians, and even elephants and cows. A quick nap in between shifts is probably the best way to safely...
    • Basket of Chickens

    • Guatemala Term
    • During Guatemala term, we took a few weekend excursions. This one happened to be to Lake Atitlan -a huge lake surrounded by volcanoes and little pueblos. We spent one day on the boat visiting a few of the different pueblos. On our way down this...
    • Guidelines and Limitations

    • History of Science in Europe
    • This photo was taken on the way to the entrance of St. Peter’s Basilica. It is supposed to be the dress code for admittance into the Basilica, but apparently you can’t enter if you are missing a leg or a large chunk of your arm…
    • Great Wall Entrance

    • Hong Kong Baptist University (HKBU)
    • During spring/Easter break while studying in Hong Kong, a group of us decided to go to Beijing for a week. As anyone can probably guess, tourism is huge in Beijing. Our guidebook mentioned a small town were the Great Wall was completely original...
    • Housing

    • Hong Kong Baptist University (HKBU)
    • In the midst of gleaming new banks and twenty-one story hotels in modern Kunming lies one of the last traditional villages to remain untouched by modernization. Within walking distance from the most expensive and fashionable shops in southern...
    • A Silhouette

    • International Studies Abroad (ISA)
    • This picture represents one of the greatest experiences I believe I'll ever have. Three days and two nights we spent away from a crowded and foreign environment to be surrounded only by the calm quiet of the Sahara. We took a long camel ride over...
    • Little Girl on Top of a Fountain

    • Latin American Studies Program (LASP)
    • I was walking in Plaza Cultura with friends in the evening. We noticed a crowd watching South American musicians. At the edge of the crowd was this beautiful fountain with a little girl on top. The only way she could have gotten there was by an...
    • Halfway to School

    • LCC International University (LCC)
    • I lived in a dorm about half an hours walk to school, this bridge marked the half way point. The steps were rickety and old, most mornings it was sort of a pain. But the day it snowed transformed the old bridge into a real delight.
    • Side Street

    • New York Center for Art & Media Studies (NYCAMS)
    • My friend Chelsea and I were on our way to Greenwich Village in Manhattan, where there is a plethora of expensive shops and designer stores where celebrities deck themselves out in the spendiest trends. Only one street down from the shops, I walked...
    • 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...
    • N Train, The

    • New York Center for Art and Media Studies (NYCAMS)
    • A typical day of navigating the New York City subway system. As the fifth busiest subway system in the world, navigating the New York City subway system is considered a major part of adapting to life in the city. With over 468 stations, hours are...

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