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Every fall, WWC students, faculty, and staff are invited to submit photographs from their travels abroad. The photos are displayed anonymously, and the Warren Wilson community has a chance to vote for their favorites.
In the 2012 International Photo Contest, senior Annie Pryor won Best Cross-Cultural Photo for her photograph taken in Aceh, Indonesia, showing Annie "learning bahasa (Indonesian) from the little perempuan (women) of Aceh." Annie traveled to Indonesia last summer with WWC professor Siti Kusujiarti as part of a research trip.
Natasha Shipman, assistant manager of the departments of biology and environmental studies, won Best Landscape Photo for a photo titled "Dawn Patrol," depicting hyenas walking along a safari jeep road in Serengeti National Park, Tanzania. Natasha was one of the co-instructors for the spring/summer 2012 WWC study abroad course ENS 377 Natural History, Conservation and Culture of East Africa.
Senior Ayla Macko won the People's Choice Award for her image of a child and rainbow in rural village of Lama Bonita, Panama. Ayla studied in Panama for a semester through the School for International Training, with support from Warren Wilson College.
To view more images from the International Photo Contest, visit the Warren Wilson College International Programs page on Facebook.