I took this photo on August 11, 2011. It illustrates two of my Year 10 female students, Natashia Shing (left) & Judy Taleo (right), from the Onesua Presbyterian College in North Efate, Vanuatu, researching the internet for their Computer Science...
Houses are varied in this small pueblito in Mexico. This is my neighbor to the front. It is not unusual to see dogs and even chickens on the top story or roof of a house. A major flood here during rainy season last year led many to build an...
Houses are varied in a small pueblito in Mexico. These are my neighbors to the back. The “ditch” in front is the major river here during rainy season. This house will never survive another flood as occurred the previous year.
Host community friends; Traditional dress; Terrain
"Savalivali means go for a walk." This is a line from a song taught to us by our language trainers. These village children are walking back from a hydro-electric plant. They play in the run-off as if it were a water park. Lalomauga, Samoa. 2007.
Host community friends; Traditional dress; Business development
Facial study of a Campesino member of a Rio Lindo, Honduras, Savings and Loan Coop in a perplexed moment at a committee meeting. Taken during a photo tour of Peace Corps Volunteer projects in the area. April, 1969.
This was taken on World AIDS day in Point Hill, Jamaica on Dec 1, 2005. The students made posters then had a parade down the street and through the main square. The posters encouraged people to get tested and be accepting of those with HIV/AIDS.
Volunteer Cale Reeves plays chess with Carpentry and Joinery student, Mafua. The chess board and pieces were made by volunteers Cale Reeves and Aaron Cook. 2008. Laumua o Punaoa Technical College, Faleula, Samoa
Peace Corps Volunteer Cale Reeves plays a Samoan version of Scrabble with his host mother, Va'ai. He made the board from a sheet of newsprint, the tiles from a square wooden dowel, and the pouch from a scrap of fabric provided by his host mother, a...