Maksymilian / Poznan, Poland
Maksymilian / Poznan, Poland

First Communion

Prague, Czech Republic
Prague, Czech Republic

25th Anniversary of the Velvet Revolution

Kaeleigh / Cruisin' to Mexico
Kaeleigh / Cruisin' to Mexico
New Orleans, Louisiana
New Orleans, Louisiana

French Quarter Festival

Eva / Prague, Czech Republic
Eva / Prague, Czech Republic
Richie / New Haven, Connecticut
Richie / New Haven, Connecticut

One of The Last Pictures Taken

Kiersten / Roxborough State Park, Colorado
Kiersten / Roxborough State Park, Colorado

Her Scar - A Permanent Reminder of her Nearly-Fatal, Car Accident

Tolstrup, Denmark
Tolstrup, Denmark

School Dance

Wilkie / Becket, Massachusetts
Wilkie / Becket, Massachusetts
Jake / Watertown, Massachusetts
Jake / Watertown, Massachusetts
Zita / Prague, Czech Republic
Zita / Prague, Czech Republic
Eva / Prague, Czech Republic
Eva / Prague, Czech Republic
Maksymilian / Badio Agnano, Italy
Maksymilian / Badio Agnano, Italy
Maksymilian & Wictor
Maksymilian & Wictor

Brothers on vacation / Badio Agnano, Italy

Wictor / Badio Agnano, Italy
Wictor / Badio Agnano, Italy
Sherlyn / Boston, Massachusetts
Sherlyn / Boston, Massachusetts
Nadja / New Orleans, Louisiana
Nadja / New Orleans, Louisiana
Dudev / Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Dudev / Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Infected Mushroom

Sergiusz / Wellesley, Massachusetts
Sergiusz / Wellesley, Massachusetts

A Couple Months After Immigrating to the United States 

New Orleans, Louisiana
New Orleans, Louisiana

French Quarter Festival

New Orleans, Louisiana
New Orleans, Louisiana

French Quarter Festival

Becket, Massachusetts
Becket, Massachusetts
Phil / New Orleans, Louisiana
Phil / New Orleans, Louisiana
Ashley / New Orleans, Louisiana
Ashley / New Orleans, Louisiana
Marta / Brno, Czech Republic
Marta / Brno, Czech Republic
Poznan, Poland
Poznan, Poland
Eugene / New Orleans, Louisiana
Eugene / New Orleans, Louisiana
 Who will protect those who protect the water?  John Davis, of Holbrook, Massachusetts, has family history in America that dates back to the Pilgrims. For many years he has attended the Day of Mourning as an ally to the many nations in the Americas. He regularly makes trips out to Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota. “This year I brought all of my grandchildren with me,” he said. “I planted the seed.”  This past Thanksgiving, hundreds gathered in Plymouth, Massachusetts for the 47th National Day of Mourning, organized by the United American Indians of New England. This year’s rally focused on protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline and standing in solidarity with the water protectors in Standing Rock.

Who will protect those who protect the water?

John Davis, of Holbrook, Massachusetts, has family history in America that dates back to the Pilgrims. For many years he has attended the Day of Mourning as an ally to the many nations in the Americas. He regularly makes trips out to Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota. “This year I brought all of my grandchildren with me,” he said. “I planted the seed.”

This past Thanksgiving, hundreds gathered in Plymouth, Massachusetts for the 47th National Day of Mourning, organized by the United American Indians of New England. This year’s rally focused on protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline and standing in solidarity with the water protectors in Standing Rock.

Nadja / New Orleans, Louisiana
Nadja / New Orleans, Louisiana
Maksymilian / Poznan, Poland
Prague, Czech Republic
Kaeleigh / Cruisin' to Mexico
New Orleans, Louisiana
Eva / Prague, Czech Republic
Richie / New Haven, Connecticut
Kiersten / Roxborough State Park, Colorado
Tolstrup, Denmark
Wilkie / Becket, Massachusetts
Jake / Watertown, Massachusetts
Zita / Prague, Czech Republic
Eva / Prague, Czech Republic
Maksymilian / Badio Agnano, Italy
Maksymilian & Wictor
Wictor / Badio Agnano, Italy
Sherlyn / Boston, Massachusetts
Nadja / New Orleans, Louisiana
Dudev / Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Sergiusz / Wellesley, Massachusetts
New Orleans, Louisiana
New Orleans, Louisiana
Becket, Massachusetts
Phil / New Orleans, Louisiana
Ashley / New Orleans, Louisiana
Marta / Brno, Czech Republic
Poznan, Poland
Eugene / New Orleans, Louisiana
 Who will protect those who protect the water?  John Davis, of Holbrook, Massachusetts, has family history in America that dates back to the Pilgrims. For many years he has attended the Day of Mourning as an ally to the many nations in the Americas. He regularly makes trips out to Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota. “This year I brought all of my grandchildren with me,” he said. “I planted the seed.”  This past Thanksgiving, hundreds gathered in Plymouth, Massachusetts for the 47th National Day of Mourning, organized by the United American Indians of New England. This year’s rally focused on protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline and standing in solidarity with the water protectors in Standing Rock.
Nadja / New Orleans, Louisiana
Maksymilian / Poznan, Poland

First Communion

Prague, Czech Republic

25th Anniversary of the Velvet Revolution

Kaeleigh / Cruisin' to Mexico
New Orleans, Louisiana

French Quarter Festival

Eva / Prague, Czech Republic
Richie / New Haven, Connecticut

One of The Last Pictures Taken

Kiersten / Roxborough State Park, Colorado

Her Scar - A Permanent Reminder of her Nearly-Fatal, Car Accident

Tolstrup, Denmark

School Dance

Wilkie / Becket, Massachusetts
Jake / Watertown, Massachusetts
Zita / Prague, Czech Republic
Eva / Prague, Czech Republic
Maksymilian / Badio Agnano, Italy
Maksymilian & Wictor

Brothers on vacation / Badio Agnano, Italy

Wictor / Badio Agnano, Italy
Sherlyn / Boston, Massachusetts
Nadja / New Orleans, Louisiana
Dudev / Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Infected Mushroom

Sergiusz / Wellesley, Massachusetts

A Couple Months After Immigrating to the United States 

New Orleans, Louisiana

French Quarter Festival

New Orleans, Louisiana

French Quarter Festival

Becket, Massachusetts
Phil / New Orleans, Louisiana
Ashley / New Orleans, Louisiana
Marta / Brno, Czech Republic
Poznan, Poland
Eugene / New Orleans, Louisiana

Who will protect those who protect the water?

John Davis, of Holbrook, Massachusetts, has family history in America that dates back to the Pilgrims. For many years he has attended the Day of Mourning as an ally to the many nations in the Americas. He regularly makes trips out to Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota. “This year I brought all of my grandchildren with me,” he said. “I planted the seed.”

This past Thanksgiving, hundreds gathered in Plymouth, Massachusetts for the 47th National Day of Mourning, organized by the United American Indians of New England. This year’s rally focused on protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline and standing in solidarity with the water protectors in Standing Rock.

Nadja / New Orleans, Louisiana
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