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2014 Year in Review

    So much happened this year and I really appreciate that so many of you have come here to see a little of my world.  It’s not just a photography outlet but a place to express myself and it’s from these blog entries where I get…

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THE MOST AMAZING AFRICAN ADVENTURE ENTRY #5 – OMO VALLEY – MURSI TRIBE – HAMER TRIBE – TIGRAY MOUNTAINS – STREET PHOTOGRAPHY

      I don’t travel to take photos , I take photos when I travel – Carey Nash       If you missed the first four entires of my trip to Africa please click here for the first : African Adventure Blog Post…

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THE MOST AMAZING AFRICAN ADVENTURE ENTRY #4 – OMO VALLEY – MURSI TRIBE – HAMER TRIBE – TIGRAY MOUNTAINS – STREET PHOTOGRAPHY

      I don’t travel to take photos , I take photos when I travel – Carey Nash       If you missed the first three entires of my trip to Africa please click here for the first : African Adventure Blog Post…

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THE MOST AMAZING AFRICAN ADVENTURE ENTRY #2 – OMO VALLEY – MURSI TRIBE – HAMER TRIBE – TIGRAY MOUNTAINS – STREET PHOTOGRAPHY

        I don’t travel to take photos , I take photos when I travel – Carey Nash           If you missed the first series and entry of my trip to Africa please click here : African Adventure Blog…

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The most amazing African adventure Entry #1 – Omo Valley – Mursi Tribe – Hamer Tribe – Tigray Mountains – Street Photography

    I don’t travel to take photos , I take photos when I travel – Carey Nash         If you would like to see the #2 series and entry of my trip to Africa please click here : African Adventure Blog…

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Ethiopian Adventure – Behind the Scenes

Originally when I returned home from Africa I thought I would have one or two blog posts, well I could not have been more wrong and I’m sorry I didn’t get this post out sooner. One of the most valuable things my wife and I…

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Going back to Africa – Ethiopian Adventure

Most may not know this but I am going back to Africa.   In my lifetime I have been extremely fortunate enough to travel and backpack most of world, many places numerous times in my extensive travel.  A few places have had special meaning to…

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