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La Paz, the salty, well-worn soul of Porto

Walking in Porto you are either headed up or headed down. The Douro River cuts a channel here in its final tumble before emptying into the Atlantic. From the river; the clay roofs and stucco buildings look more like they’re clinging to the sides of a ravine than built on… Read More

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The Secrets of Doe Bay

Almost all secrets are dying to be shared. Beans want to be spilled, and any living cat will use all of its earthly and unearthly powers to get let OUT of the bag. Doe Bay Fest, the annual four-day indie music festival on Orcas Island in Washington State,… Read More

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Leaving Home to Save a Son

      This spring we met Ali and his family, newly arrived as refugees from Iraq, fleeing death threats and searching desperately for lifesaving medical care for little Zaid.      We were honored to work with the International Rescue Committee to help tell their story. Our thanks to the… Read More

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A Cold Swim and an Inconvenient Friend

The Øresund Strait connects Copenhagen Harbour to the Baltic Sea, and in the month of April the water flowing through it rests just below six degrees Celsius. That’s 42 degrees Fahrenheit, or nearly the temperature inside your refrigerator. I know because I looked it up. I had been invited, or rather… Read More

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Sketching the Family Voyage

It takes ages for Cecile Carré to work through the stacks of family sketchbooks in their Barcelona home. With five artists in the family there are a lot of pages. The dark lines and bright watercolours trace their family travels around the world, a remote village in Bali, markets in… Read More

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Rainfall on a Caravan

Something like 45 million raindrops fall in fifteen days of rain. On the South Island of New Zealand and jammed in a single camper van, Courtney and Michael Adamo and their four children, felt like they were counting every one. Like a tiny submarine, their little craft drifted through all… Read More