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Nov.01.2012
Four moments in a café on the D929, in Seissan, Midi-Pyrénées.
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Oct.04.2012
Faire un tour de manège avec ce poème du son à la Place Wilson, Toulouse.
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Oct.04.2012
A sound poem en français.
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Aug.26.2012
He survived a terrifying crocodile attack off Australia’s Queensland coast, blood poisoning in the middle of the Pacific, malaria in Indonesia and China, and acute mountain sickness in the Himalayas. He was hit by a car and left for dead with two broken legs in Colorado, and incarcerated for...
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Feb.08.2012
Like many other writers, my poetry takes its cues from personal experience.  This winter, I spent several weeks in western Kenya, in an area not frequented by tourists. Of course, experience became poetry. The life of the people is rugged, and the Africa of National Geographic lives side-by-...
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Dec.29.2011
Boyd Matson at National Geographic Weekend Radio interviews Tom Carter in INDIA. Travel photographer Tom Carter spent 2 years backpacking 56,000 kilometers across all 33 provinces in China to create "CHINA: Portrait of a People" the most comprehensive book of photography on modern China ever...
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Dec.29.2011
Travel photographer Tom Carter spent 2 years backpacking 56,000 kilometers across all 33 provinces in China to create "CHINA: Portrait of a People" the most comprehensive book of photography on modern China ever published by a single author. India is his next photography project.
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Dec.29.2011
Travel photographer Tom Carter spent 2 years backpacking 56,000 kilometers across all 33 provinces in China to create "CHINA: Portrait of a People" the most comprehensive book of photography on modern China ever published by a single author.
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Dec.29.2011
Travel photographer Tom Carter spent 2 years backpacking 56,000 kilometers across all 33 provinces in China to create "CHINA: Portrait of a People" the most comprehensive book of photography on modern China ever published by a single author.
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Dec.26.2011
Boyd Matson at National Geographic Weekend Radio interviews Tom Carter in CHINA. Travel photographer Tom Carter spent 2 years backpacking 56,000 kilometers across all 33 provinces in China to create "CHINA: Portrait of a People" the most comprehensive book of photography on modern China ever...