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Portraits of Santa Catarina

In July I traveled to Guatemala to documentary the work of a NGO operating in the villages around Lake Atitlan. Before I began my assignment I spent three days living with a family of artesian women. 452 more words

Day 976: Reflections

Here’s my first reflection of this post:

What we reflect out into the world — and what we see reflected back at us — is a reflection of our inner, sometimes hidden reflections.

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Personal Growth

MOAS

Looking at the faces of the Syrian boys as they sit down in the RHIB, I’m immediately struck by how happy and relieved they look, albeit with a hint of apprehension in their young eyes, as they prepared to be transferred to a larger vessel that would carry them to Italy.  702 more words

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Dying Industry

Northwest of Saddle Creek Road and Leavenworth Street sits the rusting hulk of a bygone industrial era in Omaha history.  The Omaha Steel Casting (“OSC”) plant opened in 1906, and I was fortunate to get a tour of the plant before it closed in 2014.   92 more words

Photojournalism