This photo of me was taken at some point during my three years serving in the Solomon Islands. It is made from the teeth of dolphins, and the villagers got a kick out of this, as normally this type of adornment is worn by a woman.
I found these elephant bones, apparently left by poachers as there were no tusks, in the game parks of N'Dele, in the northern part of the Central African Republic. This photo was taken by my fellow Volunteer and friend, Karen, in 1984.
This photo was taken in my front yard in 1984 in Kapkenda, Kenya. The neighbor kids, whose parents were all teachers at my school, Kapkenda Girls High School, had never seen clothespins and were having a great time with them!