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Learning from the Elders

“The beauty of simplicity – the simplicity of beauty.” ~ Cherel Ito  One only needs to look at the face of this woman, distinguished by age, to know that she has accumulated a lifetime of wealth – of wisdom and … Continue reading

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Mysterious Natural Disasters

“Cholera outbreaks, temporary encampments, destroyed infrastructure, death and injury tallies 300,000, international aid arriving daily, food and water shortages, NGOs present by the scores and very hard-pressed to find images of happiness, fulfillment and contentment.” If Cherel Ito were to … Continue reading

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Keeping the Embers Going

“Where life is hard people depend upon and help each other.” ~ Cherel Ito  This photo was taken many years ago by photographer Cherel Ito. The image was captured through the lens of her camera in the 1960’s, before our … Continue reading

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Using Her Gifts

“Every minute is for observation and making connections.” ~ Cherel Ito Alertness and sensitivity to the world, at large, enables a gifted photographer to capture an image and tell a story without words. Verbal exchange between a gifted photographer and … Continue reading

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