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TIMELESS BEAUTY

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    December 15, 2015
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Our field reporter, Laurel, is back to share some timeless beauty with some reflections of her recent trip to Bangkok where she volunteered for several months with an organization that fights human trafficking…

Her reflections today are not so much on slavery, but on the beauty of Bangkok and the surrounding area…and a story about a gift.  It’s refreshing.

Laurel begins…I think it’s safe to say that wanderlust is in my genes.  As a graduation gift, my great aunt gave me something I’ll treasure forever: some original photographs she took when she visited Bangkok. I think it’s safe to say that wanderlust is in my genes.  As a graduation gift, my great aunt gave me something I’ll treasure forever: some original photographs she took when she visited Bangkok in the early ‘70s.

To see some of her striking images, click here View Article on Laurel Street’s Blog

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