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Bodie

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Bodie is a ghost town nestled east of the Sierra Nevada mountain range at an elevation of 8379 feet (2554 m). Once a thriving mining town, as conditions changed, its population shrunk and became Bodie State Historic Park in 1962, recognized as a historic landmark on both the state and national levels.

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Incan Ruins

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Pachacamac is an active archaeological site 40 kilometres (25 mi) southeast of Lima, Peru in the Valley of the Lurín River. The site was first settled around A.D. 200 and was named after the “Earth Maker” creator god Pacha Kamaq. I visited it on a bus tour of Lima and surrounding area in the final day of my trip to Peru. Sitting where the Incan priests reportedly sat on top of the Temple of the Sun for ceremonies as well as to watch the rising sun, I was awed by the mastery of architecture the builders had over a 1,000 years ago.

$120.00
Lima Surf

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In the final days of my trip to Peru to document the work of Selva in Action and lives of teens growing up in the jungle, I wandered around Lima, the capital of Peru. On an overcast afternoon, I sat on the beach looking out at the Pacific Ocean and the crowds of surfers who dared to ride its wild swells. To the left of all this action sits this elegant pier, a fancy restaurant with guests quietly staring off in the same direction I was, pointing at the great expanse of water.

$150.00
Reclaimed Treasure

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Treasure Island is an artificial island in the San Francisco Bay built for the 1939 Golden Gate International Exposition. After completion of the exposition, control of the island was passed to the US Navy and it served as a Naval Station from 1942-1997. Now, as with many former military facilities decommissioned in the late 1990’s, it is a leisure area, its history on display in condemned buildings, wide boulevards and attempts at revival.

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Street Scene: Belén, Iquitos

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Life from birth in the floating shantytown of Belén, consisting of scores of neat rows of huts, built on rafts, which rise and fall with the river, depends on a familiarity with navigating by boat. Seven thousand people live here, and its habitants move around via canoes floating from hut to hut to visit neighbors or sell and trade jungle produce.

$120.00