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Cold Winds on Kitsuma Peak

enter A special visitor was in town this weekend.

Every time we reunite, we quickly come to the conclusion that it doesn’t matter what we do, just as long as we’re spending that precious quality time together.

http://irinakirilenko.com/?deribaska=fence-strategie-bin%C3%A4re-optionen&a86=d7 During one past visit, we decided that it would be silly and entertaining to spend time together in as many different and interesting environments that time and geography would allow.

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My Community Psychology / Humanitarian Photography Journey.

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I launched this photography website nearly five months ago, on the day I turned 30. This year, I also sold most of my things, packed a small suitcase and backpack, and went on a nomadic travel adventure that brought me through 32 cities, 12 countries, across 3 continents. I quit smoking leisurely. I meditated more often. I’m set to finish my PhD this year. And maybe the most frightening decision of all happened this year: I decided to pursue photography more seriously.