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Moments of Hesitation

Split, Croatia – Two men stand in the afternoon light, their wisdom and experience combine to the tale of youth. After moments of hesitation, they trail off into silence, fading like the memories behind them. Wrinkled faces share more about

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The Greatest Match of All Time

Banja Luka, Bosnia – On an unnaturally warm summer’s evening, I walked down the main road, heading north toward the outskirts of the city. The sun was approaching the horizon and the shadows were growing long, but the city was

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Changing Seasons

Walking beside the wall that guards the old city of Xi’an, one notices a certain rhythm. Leaves litter the ground in anticipation for the cooler temperatures of fall. Coats and jackets are pulled from the closet. Young children scramble by,

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The Simplicity of it All

Dubrovnik, Croatia – Walking atop the wall that surrounds the old city, the sun sets around me, shadows growing longer by the second.  There is a line of people on both sides of me, all present to walk along the

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Mostar, Bosnia: A Hopeful City

Mostar, Bosnia – Coming to a stop, the sound of tires rolling over gravel is second only to the wind racing through the grass nearby. In the distance, clouds move swiftly as the sun sinks lower toward the horizon. Before

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The Outward Expression of Emotion

Santa Monica, California – The outward expression of emotion in this photo series is incredibly simple, however what’s occurring on the inside is beyond me. I can see that one of these people is really enjoying themselves, and one isn’t, but

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Red Plastic Chair

In Vientiane, the capital city of Laos, a structure that looks coincidentally like the Arc D’Triumph in Paris looms over a bustling square. As you approach the massive structure, you realize that it is in fact a replica of the

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A Smoggy Feeling of Desperation

Simferopol, Ukraine – After spending a couple weeks filming rock climbing in Ukraine, I was able to take a day or two for myself and wander around Simferopol, one of the larger cities on the Crimean peninsula. The lackadaisical people

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