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Monthly Archives: September 2009


It was 188 years ago that Guatemala fought for it’s Independence from Spain, for Mexico though, next year will mark 200 years! What a celebration there will be. Here are just a couple of picts from Guatemala and also Mexico….

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October 21, 2009 - 12:47 am Seth - Eso es un foto increible!

atitlan, guatemala

It’s independence week-end here in Guatemala…actually, all of Central America! Tomorrow as I head back to Mexico, they will be celebrating independence day there. Anyways, here is a quiet photo out on Lake Atitlan.

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September 16, 2009 - 10:05 am Emily - Holly, these are just gorgeous! Love the lighting. :)

yummy greens!

I didn’t know this about Bhutan, but they don’t believe in killing any animals, anything living. Not fish, nor chicken, …no beef, not even flies! So, any meat one eats or anything is brought all the way from India. However, there are beautiful varieties of vegetables, and I was there during the mushroom season and […]

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September 13, 2009 - 5:13 pm Yoly - Oh Dear! Holly Molly, I'm so proud of your brilliant work and so happy for you for an exciting life most people can only dream of. My friend, you are amazing! Love you to bits!

smiling faces

It’s funny as someone who takes pictures, to get asked if someone can take your picture (that’s why I’m behind the camera)…but then, it is a great opportunity to meet different cultures and also get to take someone’s portrait! Here are just a few …

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There are a few ways to get into Bhutan, and one of them is through the southern border, very very close to Darjeeling! We drove through endless tea fields and lush mountains…it was like entering from one hidden gem into the other….the road of course all the way to Thimpu in the rainy season, well […]

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bhutan’s country side

Well, I suppose that is a funny title, since really all of Bhutan is country side! The two largest towns, Thimpu and Paro are very small…there isn’t even a stop light in all the country! Here are some photos of women working out in the fields…and at the end a photo of Dr. Karma with […]

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