#fromthearchives Shot in July 2005. Skopje/Macedonia (FYROM). A guerrilla fighter looking at rising smoke from an explosion outside Macedonian capital Skopje during the clashes between government forces and Albanian fighters. Tensions rised when the Government didn't implement the deal that guaranteed more rights to the Albanian community in the country. #agencelejournal#blackandwhite#photojournalism
Steve Denzine played with his two children, Robbie, 3, and Stella, 6, after reading time on Wednesday at their home in Mora, Minn. Denzine, a Sandstone federal prison employee, planned ahead for the government shutdown. He refinanced his home and canceled the family's annual Christmas vacation to an indoor waterpark, hoping it might provide enough of a financial cushion to endure a few weeks without pay. A month later, the longest shutdown in U.S. history drags on with no end in sight. Photo by our @adlavinsky#stribminnesota#shutdown#onassignment#photojournalism
Wayland's Max Brande, center, extends his arms in celebration after scoring the tying goal with 14 seconds left in the game against Cambridge at New England Sports Center in Marlborough Saturday night. The final was 2-2. [Daily News and Wicked Local Staff Photo/Ken McGagh] #photojournalism#highschoolhockey#highschoolsports
I think it’s important to immerse in the culture where we are trying to share Jesus. You know, to understand the people you are loving. Today we went to the oldest Buddhist Pagoda in the world where people were worshipping at multiple different Buddha’s. I don’t fully understand Buddhism because it’s so deep and intricate but I am seeking to get somewhat of a grasp on it.
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the cloud forests of Volcan Barú National Park are a noisy place. howler monkeys shout at you to fuck off while birds of every color chirp in agreement. and of course from the treetops, there’s the achingly consistent drip, drip, drip. it melts the trail, soaks your skin, and styles your hair without your permission. all of that changes as you near the falls. silence and thunder blend into one. the background noises drop away. the drips exchange for thick cold steam, rising up from the river before you. los Senderos de Cascadas Encantadas brings you to 3 waterfalls, each more grand and imposing than the one before. it took me 2 hours to reach the last drop, a broad cascade into a small blue pool with a mossy cave hidden right behind it. the place was electric with loneliness and I found myself laughing, shouting obscenities, prayers, contesting the waters with my own brand of noise. for whom it was for, I’m not quite sure. but I’m lucky that God is a good secret-keeper.
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Slow down and enjoy the simple pleasure in L I F E. | #รถไฟไทย