Yearly Archives: 2010

The Top 20 + 10 Viewer's Choice of 2010

Thanks to all who have visited Mira Terra Images this year! In this post I present the Top 20 and 10 (Top 30) images of 2010, based on visits and views by YOU, the internet public! What’s interesting about this … Continue reading

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Around the Tree and Around the World

This is such an exciting post for me to share for many reasons. First and foremost, I absolutely LOVE the holidays….almost as much as I love traveling! Second, this collection has taken years to accumulate, and I’m thrilled now to … Continue reading

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The Twelve Lights of Christmas

This is a re-post from last December, back by popular demand! I wanted to share the fun and enjoyment of a visit to Walt Disney World in December. It would have been too easy to post a bunch of pretty … Continue reading

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Clams & Cockles of Chile – Puerto Montt

There’s more to picturesque Puerto Montt than brightly colored boats decorating quiet little harbors. A closer look reveals people living and working on and around those boats, so I decided to follow along with my lens and see what life … Continue reading

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Beyond Rio….a look at the favelas

Most visitors to Rio do their sightseeing by checking out views from Christ the Redeemer, Sugarloaf, or the deck of their hotel overlooking Copacabana or Ipanema Beaches. Well that’s all fine and good, but did you know that some of … Continue reading

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Fall in Japan: Food, Festivals, and Foliage

The fall season is evident everywhere in Japan, so here I’ve picked three elements and three places to experience them. FOOD – Tokyo For the Japanese, food presentation is as important as quality and taste, and everything looks so incredibly … Continue reading

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International Day of Peace – September 21

One image. One child. Peace. International Day of Peace Peace One Day What Will You Do?

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Travels by Textiles – My Guatemalan Sleeping Bag

I learned a long time ago that the best souvenirs to bring home were things that were easy to pack, wouldn’t break, and didn’t weigh too much. In my shopping abroad, my further requirement was that souvenirs be specific to … Continue reading

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Listening with the Lens – filming a documentary

As many of you know, last October I had the incredible opportunity to travel to Nepal as a videographer/filmmaker, to document the story of Loving Arms Mission Orphanage. It was a profoundly moving experience, much of which I have previously … Continue reading

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