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썬도그 2007. 5. 10. 15:59


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Shiloh National Military Park, Tennessee, 1993 Photograph by Bruce Dale “A lone cannon stands at the edge of Bloody Pond in Shiloh National Military Park in Tennessee, yards from where Captain Powell [later a geologist and ethnologist] lost his right arm below the elbow to a Confederate rifle ball in April 1862.”





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Provo, Utah, 1993 Photograph by James P. Blair At the Brigham Young University football stadium, 65,000 Cougar fans cheer as the Wasatch Range looms in the distance.









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Venice, Italy, 1994 Photograph by Sam Abell "Panache goes on parade during Venice's Carnival. Today's pageantry lasts only ten days—a shadow of the two-month-long bacchanals of the 1700s."









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Urubamba River, Peru, 1998 Photograph by Frans Lanting “The only roads into this rugged area of south-central Peru are rivers such as the Urubamba. Feeding these waterways, frequent rains also support an abundance of elaborately interconnected life. Development would bring irreversible changes, threatening plants and animals before scientists even have a chance to identify them.”











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Havana, Cuba, 1998 Photograph by David Alan Harvey “Work on the 18th-century Casa del Marqués de Arcos began with structural stabilization. As renovation progresses, eight-year-old Adel Acea does a painting for his art class.”









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Makao, Congo, 1999 Photograph by Michael K. Nichols “To recruit his [first] team, Fay went to Makao, a Motaba River village frequented by Bambendjellé [Pygmies] living as they have for thousands of years—in a world ruled by forest spirits such as Ekambo Deki, a hunting deity ‘captured’ at a forest camp and made to dance.”












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North Atlantic Ocean, 1988 Photograph by Emory Kristof “Working two and a half miles [four kilometers] deep, Emory Kristof made his haunting Titanic portrait with a pair of submersibles carrying nearly 10,000 watts of high-intensity lighting.”

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