Standford

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  • On November 18, 2019
Stanford University’s Main Quadrangle The main quadrangle at Stanford University seems at once a classic academic setting and a place rooted in its California context. These two responses to the design are a clear indication of the successful blending of ideas that began the university. Leland Stanford was a successful California businessman and politician; his […]
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Panama

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  • On November 18, 2019
Panama When the Panama Canal was constructed in the early 20th century, it was an engineering marvel and the result of a complex mixture of political intrigue, ambition, vision and new technology. It was not a project designed to enhance the natural environment or preserve unique habitat. But the Canal’s locks use huge amounts of […]
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Women in Paucartambo

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  • On November 18, 2019
Women in Paucartambo, Peru Paucartambo is a small village in the Peruvian Andes. It’s a traditional market town, particularly known for selling potatoes grown on the terraces that march up the region’s steep mountain slopes. Women have been selling potatoes here, in much this same way, for generations. This potato market seems a far cry […]
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Chiricahua Mountains

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  • On November 18, 2019
Arizona’s Chiricahua Mountains I love the dramatic views and the wide open spaces of the Western U.S. This view of the Chiricahuas changes depending on the time of day, the season and the weather – and its reflection in the pond is changed by wind and water levels as well. These mountains have been the […]
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Beautiful Brazil

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  • On November 18, 2019
Brazil is beautiful at this time of year. We’re looking forward to sharing our stories and photos from our visit.
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Adventures in Brazil

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  • On November 18, 2019
We are currently on an amazing adventure in Brazil! Looking forward to sharing stories and photos with our circles.
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