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Category Archives: Photos
There’s just so much to say when it comes to Colonel Muamar Gaddafi’s style of dress. Where do you begin? Is it fashion? Is it flair? Or is it some type of desperado-meets-dictator faux pas? Just as his agenda in the Middle … Continue reading
This weekend, I had the chance to leave town and drive a few hours away to visit family friends in the central part of Kenya. For so many reasons, I love taking long drives when I’m in Africa because its … Continue reading
Big day in Tunisia. Government has been overthrown after days of protest. Prime Minister replaces President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali, as reports confirm he has fled the country. Just managed to snap this picture of a protest group in … Continue reading
My mind has been racing the past few days. So many things happening in the world this month. Sudan’s referendum. Haiti’s earthquake anniversary. Ivory Coast’s chaos. And now today’s shooting of Rep. Gabrielle Giffords at a grocery store and fighting … Continue reading