New Student Photo Series 2011 – Post #2

Today we continue our incoming student photo series.  The first set of photos are from John Stinson, an incoming MIA student.

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Here are a few photos I pulled out of my quasi-archives.  I took them all on a very finicky point and shoot about four or five years ago.  The first two are from my days living in Egypt, at a soccer game, and driving through an industrial section of Alexandria, respectively.

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This last one is from hitchhiking along the southern coast of the Reykjanes peninsula in Iceland.  I’m not going to win a Pulitzer any time soon, but these bring back good memories 🙂

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The next set of photos was submitted by Huang Hongxiang, an incoming MPA-DP student.
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I love trekking! April in 2010, I went to Malaysia alone to adventure in its biggest rainforest in Asia. I took the first two photos in a small village in an almost aboriginal small village there – Taman Negara National Park.  The man in pictures was showing me how to use this weapon to hunt.

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During that trip I not only visited villages like this but also explored other exciting places like cave full of bats where my guide and I accidentally ran into a snake and had to creep ahead under it carefully.

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