INTRODUCTION TO GALLERY
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INTRODUCTION TO VARIOUS TRAVEL GALLERY
A bicycle draped in pig skins in Hong Kong, an old Chinese man in an ancient doorway wearing a Mao suit, the Forbidden City in China; three old Chinese women resting in San Francisco, a game of Chinese Checkers in Hawaii; Vietnamese people; a bullet-hole riddled monument and young girl holding a prized water lily in Cambodia; a birds-eye view of a tradition floating market, Buddhist monks, statues and a mythical creature in gold, a Burmese child holding a baby and hilltribe fashion in Thailand; Islamic life and food in Fez, Morocco; kraton guards unchanged in appearance over the centuries in Jogjakarta (Indonesia); history on a wall in Madrid, architectural beauty of Barcelona, robed men of Seville’s Semana Santa, Baroque art astride modern transportation (Spain); antiquity, art, a side street scene in Rome and Florence (Italy); the view from a Metro window, Napoleon on the Arc de Triomphe and the tall, brilliant blue door of a girls’ school in Paris; scenes of the Mayan past in the Yucatan (Mexico); nature reclaiming an abandoned van in Kaneohe, Hawaii; a totem pole in Vancouver with a snow capped mountain in the distance; and a relic of Santa Barbara, California’s past, a colonial-era mission.
A stranger walks up to me and asks who I am--what more than any one thing defines me: I'm a traveler; I'm not rich, but it's in my blood; I savor the variety of life and nowhere is it more present than in the explorations of different cultures.