Photo Wandering


These are some of my favorite moments captured in images during my projects in conflict and post-conflict zones. Please contact me if you wish to see more images or reproduce some of these in your blog or elsewhere. Thank you very much, and enjoy the journey!

"No, it was neither I nor the world that counted, but solely the harmony and silence that gave birth to the love between us. A love I was not foolish enough to claim for myself alone, proudly aware that I shared it with a whole race born in the sun and sea, alive and spirited, drawing greatness from its simplicity, and upright on the  beaches, smiling in complicity at the brilliance of its skies." - Albert Camus
Young girls finish a prayer at the Citadel in Cairo, Egypt.
A minaret is reflected in a pool of water at the Taj Mahal in Agra, India.
A girl plays in a puddle reflecting the Acropolis in Athens, Greece.

The Acropolis viewed through a glass of wine in Athens, Greece.
The Acaime peak reflected in a cup of hot chocolate in Salento, Colombia
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A lone 4x4 and a pair of sandals in the Western Sahara Desert, Egypt
Banias Waterfalls, near the Israel-Syria border
Sailboats viewed through a glass of iced water - Halkidiki, Greece

Near Damascus Gate of the Old City in Jerusalem
The Ramon crater in the Negev Desert, Israel

Fish on a bicycle in Havana, Cuba
New England fall - Boston, MA
A student holding a rose waits for his girlfriend outside a school, as a homeless man passes him by in Antigua, Guatemala.


Clouds hang low in the Chicaque Cloud Forest near Soacha, Colombia.

24 comments:

  1. AMAZING. No other way to describe these.

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  2. These are incredible. Absolutely amazing. I love that pictures can tell us things words could never capture.

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  3. I am absolutely in awe! You are truly an inspiration.

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  4. What a beautiful set of images. I love them.

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  6. Your site is stunning and gorgeous. I am so honored that you came by to visit me as I got to discover you, amazing you. Thank you.

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  7. Wow. Wow. Amazing photos. The student holding the rose? Amazing. Life is beautiful.

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  8. Gorgeous photos. You have a gift of vision and storytelling. I love your words. xo

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  9. These are just incredible. I hope one day to be even a fraction as good a photographer as you. I've just recently discovered your site and, wow, so inspiring!

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  10. Show more, show more! Your view of the world, and the sheer vastness you have taken in, are an inspiration! Please show more! :) XOX~r

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  11. Oh MY. These are incredible. I especially love the coffee cup but of course I love the rest as well. I am in awe!

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  12. loe your photos! so glad I found your blog through reverb11, looking forward to reading more of your stories

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  14. Such a breathtakingly beautiful collection of images, Roxanne.

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  15. Beautiful and moving images, thank you for sharing! x

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  16. Just had to say what beautifully moving and thoughtful photos these are. I love the oblique way of looking at things in some of them. A different perspective.

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  17. Truly awesome photos which I had never seen before. The timing of camera is amazing, that's why photos seems to be real. Thanks for sharing such a nice photos with us.

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  18. Nice post !! what a beautifully and thoughtful photos there are,Thanks for sharing this with us.

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  19. You have a beautiful blog!

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  20. Very beautiful pictures - I feel very inspired and look very much forward to my next journey! the hotels in orlando are booked already :)

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  21. hai Roxanne,

    i like your photography ...
    that's full of meaning ...
    Interesting.

    I hope someday you visit Lampung, Indonesia, take many moment & place and share its beauty to the world.

    Warm Regard

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