WASKESIU, Sask. (07/07/11)— There is no better place to spend time with your best friend, then watching the sunset at Waskesiu beach. Photo by Brynn Campbell.
AMRITSAR, India (25/04/10)— The holy Sikh Golden Temple in Amritsar signifies equality to all gender, race, and status. The Golden temple is now a major pilgrimage destination for many Sikhs where they pay devotion to their God Vahiguru. Offerings can be made at the temple to assist with expenses of community work. Hundreds of Sikhs visit this place of worship daily to see the home of the Guru Granth Sahib, the holy scripture of Sikhism. Photo by Brynn Campbell.
TORONTO, Ont. (01/10/11)— The 30 foot exhibit "Water" could be found at Gladstone Hotel, Toronto at Nuit Blanche. The creators of this piece, Mindy Alexander and Harbir Rehill wanted to reflect the different roles water plays in our world. Photo by Brynn Campbell.
MCLEOD GANJ, India (10/05/10)— Tibetan monks exit the Tsuglagkhang Buddhist Temple in Mcleod Ganj after a prayer session by the Dalai Lama. Tibetan Buddhism shares insights on how to end suffering, achieve nirvana, and escape the cycle of suffering and rebirth. Symbolic offerings such as food, flowers, oil lamps, and incense are placed along the alter to achieve this gracious mindfulness. Photo by Brynn Campbell.
SASKATOON, Sask. (05/13/11)—Walkers, joggers, and strollers crossed the CPR railway bridge in Saskatoon, to get a better view of the South Saskatchewan River. The CPR railway bridge was created in 1908, and a pedestrian walkway was added in 1909. Photo by Brynn Campbell.
BELLEVILLE, Ont. (24/03/11)— Abbye Stea gets ready for her Princess Party fundraiser. Abbye was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia, and this fundraiser is to help raise money for Abbye and other families who have a child suffering from Leukemia. Photo by Brynn Campbell.
BELLEVILLE, Ont. (11/11/11)— Street nurse Doug Roy lights a friends cigarette with his own. "A street nurse is not very well received by conventional health institutes," says Roy. Roy's role as a street nurse is to assist people with harm reduction on the streets. "I only get a half day of work here, but that is better than none at all," says Roy. Photo by Brynn Campbell.
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