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The Hue of You: A snapshot of life through pictures
This week’s WordPress Photo Challenge is “The Hue of You” and the goal is to show your personality through a photo or series of photos. I thought the best approach was to make a giant collage of all the things that brighten my life.
My six-year old daughter reflecting on the world
My son and daughter getting ready for the first day of school
My kids and I on Mother’s Day.
Me and my dad at the start of the Annapurna trail in Nepal.
I was mesmerized by the clouds and the changing color of light.
A hike through the Annapurnas is bound to change your life. It changed mine.
The beauty of Los Glaciares National Park in Patagonia is surreal.
The active volcano awaits….Santiaguito (2,488m) on Santa Maria’s southwest flank
Chile’s crown jewel, Torres del Paine, at the far end of Patagonia.
Stark, Wild Beauty like no where else in the world can be found here at Skaftafell National Park, Iceland.
Wouldn’t it be nice to be here now?
First sight of the lovely red-hued perched village of Roussillon.
The Buddhist influence greets you at each village as you pass by Buddhist prayer flags, temples, prayer wheels and the smell of burning juniper.
The lovely Harbor at Cassis
My Dad and I skiing in Taos New Mexico. 2012
Photo credit: Rainforest Action Network
Cover of Malala’s new book “I Am Malala” which was released this week.
Women for Women International
Walgreens Get a Shot. Give a Shot ad.
First Day of the Social Good Summit
Pupils playing in the cleaned area behind the school building that had previously been used for open defecation. Tsimahavaobe primary school, Morondava commune, Menabe region, Madagascar. July 2013.
Children in a Delhi slum are able to attend school thanks to the support of NGOs like Pratham.
Hookworm in Jaipur, India causing ALARMING level of anaemia. Photo Source: END7
Children at a day care center in Honduras where I volunteered last January.
Volunteering in Honduras
Smiling and hopeful Indian girls within a Delhi slum are sadly thin.
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