Travel

Posted by | March 26, 2015
Jasmine & Revolution: Tunisia

Jasmine & Revolution: Tunisia by Tim Scott

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Posted by | March 26, 2015
Power Stance

I am not a tour type of person but I love nerding out on information so much so that my wife and I see being a tourist as another way...

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Posted by | March 24, 2015
Horse games

In Kyrgyzstan, horses are elevated and skills with them are valued. It was said to me time and again that to get the "real" Kyrgyz experience, I had to go...

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Posted by | March 19, 2015
The Great Patriotic War

Everywhere across the former Soviet Union are monuments to the great patriotic war or WWII, an event that drew together the many ethnicities at the time and sent at least...

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Posted by | March 18, 2015
War Graffiti

In the autonomous region of Sudan where the Ngok line of the dominant south Sudanese Dinka have their homeland, violence driven by the state or by ethnic clashes is a...

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Posted by | March 14, 2015
Serbia

Reaching back to 2006, here are some photos at a political rally in the northern city of Novi Sad in Vojvodina, Serbia. I went there to observe the National Assembly...

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Posted by | February 21, 2015
Postcards From Youth: Peru

Now available on Blurb, a 62-page photographic exploration into growing up in the Peruvian jungle. I shot this in 2012 during a two-week trip into the jungle where I shot...

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Posted by | January 22, 2015
Russia

I first went to Russia in January of 2003 when I ventured off to the world's largest country to study the language in Moscow. After five months, I returned to...

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Posted by | December 1, 2014
Tunisian elections

I recently had the pleasure and privilege of working in observation of the first presidential elections in Tunisia since the 2011 revolution that overthrew Ben Ali, tyrant and incompetent manager...

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Posted by | October 30, 2014
Misseriya

The Messiria or Misseriya Arabs are a branch of the Baggara tribe, which are the second largest people in Western Sudan. Their homeland is said to be the city of Babanusa...

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