|By dang nguyen (adsl-63-205-245-35.dsl.snfc21.pacbell.net - 220.127.116.11) on Monday, October 20, 2003 - 4:05 pm: Edit Post|
I was hoping you could pass this along to your RPCV group members and to post it in your Yahoo Groups. Perhaps some would be interested.
================Photos for Peace ===============
I wanted to invite you to visit a new website, Photos for Peace at http://www.photosforpeace.org
Photos for Peace is a website exclusively for the display of photographs by current and former Peace Corps volunteers. I strongly believe that PCV and RPCVs often have the best eyes capturing some insightful images of people and places, often of their neighbors and community.
PCVs and RPCVs are welcome to display their photography for free in the User Gallery. My aim is to cover all the Peace Corps country. If you think you would like to try to sell some images, such as stock photography or fine art, we can make arrangements to integrate into the the e-commerce portion of the site.
My goal is to develop a website to share the experience of volunteers through images to people and to somehow give back for our experiences. I am currently trying to develop a model such that a certain portion of the profits from the prints will go back to sponsor projects in Peace Corps countries.
Group 251 (1998-2000)
Photos for Peace
Travel Photography by former Peace Corps Volunteers
|By Maurie Rasmussen (18.104.22.168) on Tuesday, August 08, 2006 - 6:26 pm: Edit Post|
I am trying to establish communication with a Peace Corps photographer named Rick (Rich?) Baldinger who worked in Peru in the mid-1960s
Any help would be greatly appreciated as I am planning to revisit my PC site of Arequipa, Peru and he took some great shots of our work there.
Thanks for any leads.