The End of Make-Believe Of course I had my doubts, but when no one was looking I’d pretend to be a tightrope walker, The Great Farini, crossing Niagara Falls with a man on my back. I used to tell strangers I was a boy and to prove it would skip rocks, make them soar exquisitely …

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[divider]Context[/divider] Sydney, Australia [divider]The Photographer[/divider] Maggie White says, “My greatest adventures take place in the ever changing environment of my own mind, body and spirit. Everywhere I travel, I am drawn with delight and wonder into the adventure of becoming more me. Time is passing no matter where I am or what I do, so …

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[divider]Context[/divider] Summiting 3,820 m at sunrise [divider]The Photographer[/divider] Kaela Frank is an edu­ca­tor and facil­i­ta­tor from Brunswick, Maine. She cur­rently works at David­son Col­lege as a Study Abroad Coun­selor. Kaela holds an M.A. in Peace Edu­ca­tion from the Uni­ver­sity for Peace in Costa Rica. She likes climb­ing moun­tains, bak­ing banana bread and lying in śavāsana. …

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[divider]Context[/divider] Beaches, Rainbows and Volcanos [divider]The Photographer[/divider] Kaela Frank is an educator and facilitator from Brunswick, Maine. She currently works at Davidson College as a Study Abroad Counselor. Kaela holds an M.A. in Peace Education from the University for Peace in Costa Rica. She likes climbing mountains, baking banana bread and lying in śavāsana.

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Laurel Mountain is a woman. She is beautiful and broad, expansive in spirit and warm at heart. She is transparent at times, and elusive at others. It was warm when I awoke at her base on Monday. I didn’t feel scared or jittery like I do some mornings before climbing, instead I felt welcomed. I …

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[divider]Context[/divider] Christchurch, New Zealand [divider]The Photographer[/divider] Maggie White says, “My greatest adventures take place in the ever changing environment of my own mind, body and spirit. Everywhere I travel, I am drawn with delight and wonder into the adventure of becoming more me. Time is passing no matter where I am or what I do, …

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[divider]Context[/divider] Ometepe is an island in Lake Nicaragua formed by two volcanoes, Concepción and Maderas. The name derives from the Nahuatl words ome (two) and tepetl (mountain), meaning two mountains. It’s possible to climb Concepción, an active volcano, and look inside at the steaming sulfuric gases. [divider]The Photographer[/divider] Kaela Frank is an educator and facilitator from …

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[divider]Context[/divider] An adventurous hike through the jungle and across the beach. [divider]The Photographer[/divider] Kaela Frank is an educator and facilitator from Brunswick, Maine. She currently works at Davidson College as a Study Abroad Counselor. Kaela holds an M.A. in Peace Education from the University for Peace in Costa Rica. She likes climbing mountains, baking banana …

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[dropcap]A[/dropcap]s part of being in the Episcopal Service Corps, I live with five other people from the program in an intentional community. This can mean a lot of different things, but for us, it means we share some of our resources, eat together, pray together, clean together, and commit to life-giving relationships with each other. …

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[divider]Context[/divider] Goal: To summit Mt. Katahdin via the Knife’s Edge. [divider]The Photographer[/divider] Kaela Frank is an educator and facilitator from Brunswick, Maine. She currently works at Davidson College as a Study Abroad Counselor. Kaela holds an M.A. in Peace Education from the University for Peace in Costa Rica. She likes climbing mountains, baking banana bread …

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