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Great maurajn 2005-04-24 13:23

This is a really fantastic portrait of these children. Excellent detail from their bead to their toes! Andy our depth of field keeps the mundane background from distracting. Rich colours.

I envy you being amongst the Amerindians there - was it work or pleasure that took you to this region? I was in Suriname, just north of the Amazon basin but only with the Maroons (African descendants) as the Amerindians were further south.

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Default To maurajn: thank you

It was just pleasure, no work and that's probably the best way to travel :) unless you are lucky enough to have those two related...(and I am not ;))

And what do you do so far up north if I may ask you?
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I'm a dentist. My trip to Suriname was volunteer dentistry and was really an adventure that I could not afford any other way than to work it off in part. It was fantastic. Now, I practice dentistry full time in a typical southern-style (if you are in N. America) dental clinic on the SE part of Baffin Island. However the last two years I did 5 week rotations through the central and high arctic - as far north as Ellesmere Island so now I don't really think of myself as so far up north! If you would like to see more about work and travel, www.adventuredentist.com...
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