Tokyo Rockabilly Club
Bridging the Divide
Children at the rural Chanleas Dai elementary school are part of an OLPC (One Laptop Per Child) pilot program sponsored by Pepy Ride (pepyride.org), an NGO based in Siam Reap that funds educational initiatives in Cambodia, including a dedicated technology teacher like the one you see here.
National Association of Government Employees (ANEF) president Raul de la Puente speaks to reporters during a massive two-day strike by 400,000 Chilean public employees on Nov. 11 and 12 in a push for a 14.5% pay increase.
Santiago, Chile, 2008
Blue-Footed Booby and drowned babies
Isla de Plata, Ecuador
EPSON DSC Picture
Colca Canyon, Peru
Golden Rice Harvest
Chiang Mai, Thailand
Rapa Nui (Easter Island)
A family of dusty red elephants (caused by the red soil) walks through the brush at sunset in Tsavo National Park in Kenya.
Portrait of an Asian Elephant
Chiang Mai, Thailand
His Magesty King Norodom Sihamoni of Cambodia during the Royal Ploughing Festival in Phnom Penh (2008).
The Karl G. Jansky Very Large Array (VLA)
Plains of San Agustin, New Mexico
With no government services available, residents burn their trash alongside the railroad tracks in this slum in central Bangkok.
Street scene in Rio de Janeiro
The Judge, The Jury
Keith Bontrager talks with young designers at a local bar in Waterloo, Wi where Trek is headquartered.
Luis Miguel González Bosé known simply as Miguel Bosé is a Latin Grammy-winning Spanish/Italian musician and actor.
Samba Sancha Carnival, Sangenjaya, Tokyo
A GET English Student participating in an English Safari program looks out onto a grazing gazelle in Tsavo National Park, Kenya.
Oswald State Park (Short Sands Beach)
In the mind's eye the Pyramids of Giza and the Sphinx are miles from civilization amidst a vast open desert. Reality couldn't be further from the truth. Cairo's urban sprawl now threatens to envelope the pyramids as Cairo's suburbs grow out of control.
Fishing in Cairo
A cobbler at work in the port town of Massawa, Eritrea, a country still recovering from decades of civil war.
A boy rests with his camel at the Sunday market in Massawa, Eritrea.
A man enjoys a hookah at a cafe in Tripoli, Libya.
Barber shop in Eritrea
A man waits to get his hair cut in Massawa, Eritrea.
A store in Massawa, Eritrea.
Daily life in one of Tripoli's old town alleys before the revolution. Before the war, Libya, long deemed off limits by the Western world for acts of state terrorism, was slowly opening up to tourists.
Portrait of a Libyan man in Tripoli, Libya.
Onlookers reach for free balloons at the Miner's festival in Guanajuato, Mexico.
Queen of the mines. Guanajuato, Mexico.
A father and his sons wait to play during the annual Miner's festival in Guanajuato, Mexico.
A priest leads a group of miners during a parade in Guanajuato, Mexico.
The children of miners take part in the parade honoring their parents.
A carnaval in Guanajuato, Mexico.
The family of a Miner in Guanajuato, Mexico.