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I perceive travel as an act of study.  Travel to different environments, be they natural or cultural, provides opportunities for acquiring a broader perspective on self and the world.  Perhaps this is most true when one visits a foreign country, or when one leaves the city and spends time in or near wilderness.  Such experiences potentially serve to enrich the individual by challenging a priori assumptions about the norm.  As the Bard said through Hamlet, “There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio, than are dreamt of in your philosophy.”  How much more enjoyable these experiences are when a camera is part of the personal adventure.

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