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Jerry Redfern

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  • View of a campsite lit by moonlight at City of Rocks State Park in southern New Mexico.View of a campsite lit by moonlight at City of Rocks State Park in southern New Mexico.
  • A tuk-tuk driver speeds through the streets of Chiang Mai at night. The three-wheeled motorcycle-like taxi contraptions are a popular mode of transportation in the more metropolitan areas of Thailand.A tuk-tuk driver speeds through the streets of Chiang Mai at night. The three-wheeled motorcycle-like taxi contraptions are a popular mode of transportation in the more metropolitan areas of Thailand.
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      Chiang Rai, Chiang Rai, Thailand - 27/03/2004: A tuk-tuk driver speeds through the streets of Chiang Mai at night. The three-wheeled motorcycle-like taxi contraptions are a popular mode of transportation in the more metropolitan areas of Thailand.
      Credit: Jerry Redfern
  • Views over Niagra Falls toward the Canadian side and the colorful fireworks and celebration of Canada Day.Views over Niagra Falls toward the Canadian side and the colorful fireworks and celebration of Canada Day.
  • Sunlight streams into a room at the Petani Guesthouse on Pulau Perhentian Kecil, just feet from the sea.Sunlight streams into a room at the Petani Guesthouse on Pulau Perhentian Kecil, just feet from the sea.
  • An Ambassador Taxi made by Hindustan Motors rolls through the night time streets of Calcutta. Based on the 1948 Morris Oxford from the United Kingdom, the cars are still being produced - in slightly upgraded form - in India today.An Ambassador Taxi made by Hindustan Motors rolls through the night time streets of Calcutta. Based on the 1948 Morris Oxford from the United Kingdom, the cars are still being produced - in slightly upgraded form - in India today.
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      Kolkata, West Bengal, India - 27/12/2007: An Ambassador Taxi made by Hindustan Motors rolls through the night time streets of Calcutta. Based on the 1948 Morris Oxford from the United Kingdom, the cars are still being produced - in slightly upgraded form - in India today.
      Credit: Jerry Redfern
  • A woman jogs along a mesa rim at sunset in Chaco Culture National Historical Park in New Mexico. A woman jogs along a mesa rim at sunset in Chaco Culture National Historical Park in New Mexico.
  • People climb atop the sand dunes at Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve in southern Colorado.People climb atop the sand dunes at Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve in southern Colorado.
  • A tourist sits in a wooden swing hanging from a tree.A tourist sits in a wooden swing hanging from a tree.
  • Chuat, 17, collects coconuts from the trees hanging over his family's home on Rabbit Island, just off the coast from Kep. The small coastal town of Kep is well-known throughout Cambodia for its great fresh seafood, especially crabs. It is also gaining a reputation as a beautiful and quiet vacation spot for people travelling to Southeast Asia.Chuat, 17, collects coconuts from the trees hanging over his family's home on Rabbit Island, just off the coast from Kep. The small coastal town of Kep is well-known throughout Cambodia for its great fresh seafood, especially crabs. It is also gaining a reputation as a beautiful and quiet vacation spot for people travelling to Southeast Asia.
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      Rabbit Island, Kampot, Cambodia - 01/12/2005: Chuat, 17, collects coconuts from the trees hanging over his family's home on Rabbit Island, just off the coast from Kep. The small coastal town of Kep is well-known throughout Cambodia for its great fresh seafood, especially crabs. It is also gaining a reputation as a beautiful and quiet vacation spot for people travelling to Southeast Asia.
      Credit: Jerry Redfern
  • View across the Rio Grande River at Boca Chica State Park near Brownsville, Texas, with Mexico visible in the background. The park is popular for fishing and 4-wheeling, and at night has a reputation for illegal border crossing and drug smuggling from Mexico.View across the Rio Grande River at Boca Chica State Park near Brownsville, Texas, with Mexico visible in the background. The park is popular for fishing and 4-wheeling, and at night has a reputation for illegal border crossing and drug smuggling from Mexico.
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      Boca Chica State Park, Brownsville, Texas, United States - 17/07/2011: View across the Rio Grande River at Boca Chica State Park near Brownsville, Texas, with Mexico visible in the background. The park is popular for fishing and 4-wheeling, and at night has a reputation for illegal border crossing and drug smuggling from Mexico.
      Credit: ©Jerry Redfern
  • Two Buddhist monks get a pair of intact benches to themselves on the 14-hour train ride through the countryside between Phnom Penh and Battambang. 

Cambodia's train system is the mode of transport for the poorest of the poor in a country defined by poverty - and yet the government has cut back passenger service for increased cargo transport.

The rolling stock started off its Cambodian career as cast-offs from various European railroads. Now, it is at best dilapidated, at worst bullet-scarred and unusable.

As foreign investment pours into the country after years of turmoil, almost none of it goes to refurbish this basic transport link.Two Buddhist monks get a pair of intact benches to themselves on the 14-hour train ride through the countryside between Phnom Penh and Battambang. 

Cambodia's train system is the mode of transport for the poorest of the poor in a country defined by poverty - and yet the government has cut back passenger service for increased cargo transport.

The rolling stock started off its Cambodian career as cast-offs from various European railroads. Now, it is at best dilapidated, at worst bullet-scarred and unusable.

As foreign investment pours into the country after years of turmoil, almost none of it goes to refurbish this basic transport link.
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      Phnom Penh, Cambodia - 01/04/2005: Two Buddhist monks get a pair of intact benches to themselves on the 14-hour train ride through the countryside between Phnom Penh and Battambang. Cambodia's train system is the mode of transport for the poorest of the poor in a country defined by poverty - and yet the government has cut back passenger service for increased cargo transport. The rolling stock started off its Cambodian career as cast-offs from various European railroads. Now, it is at best dilapidated, at worst bullet-scarred and unusable. As foreign investment pours into the country after years of turmoil, almost none of it goes to refurbish this basic transport link.
      Credit: Jerry Redfern
  • Aerial view of croplands in the north Texas panhandle area.Aerial view of croplands in the north Texas panhandle area.
  • The Apsara Hotel in Luang Prabang offers a continental breakfast with its rooms, including coffee, fresh baguettes, freshly-squeezed orange juice and a selection of jams and marmalades. Guests should bring their own cameras.The Apsara Hotel in Luang Prabang offers a continental breakfast with its rooms, including coffee, fresh baguettes, freshly-squeezed orange juice and a selection of jams and marmalades. Guests should bring their own cameras.
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      Luang Prabang, Luang Prabang, Laos - 29/06/2004: The Apsara Hotel in Luang Prabang offers a continental breakfast with its rooms, including coffee, fresh baguettes, freshly-squeezed orange juice and a selection of jams and marmalades. Guests should bring their own cameras.
      Credit: Jerry Redfern
  • A lunch featuring fresh seafood is served aboard the Emeraude, a cruise ship that plies the waters of Halong Bay. Bia Ha Noi, seen on the table, is the local tipple of choice. The Emeraude is a high-class re-creation of a French colonial paddle-wheel boat that plied the waters in the Gulf of Tonkin around the start of the 20th Century. Today, tourists from around the world pay top dollar to cruise the limestone islands of Halong Bay in this luxurious ship.A lunch featuring fresh seafood is served aboard the Emeraude, a cruise ship that plies the waters of Halong Bay. Bia Ha Noi, seen on the table, is the local tipple of choice. The Emeraude is a high-class re-creation of a French colonial paddle-wheel boat that plied the waters in the Gulf of Tonkin around the start of the 20th Century. Today, tourists from around the world pay top dollar to cruise the limestone islands of Halong Bay in this luxurious ship.
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      Ha Long Bay, Quang Ninh, Vietnam - 01/08/2005: A lunch featuring fresh seafood is served aboard the Emeraude, a cruise ship that plies the waters of Halong Bay. Bia Ha Noi, seen on the table, is the local tipple of choice. The Emeraude is a high-class re-creation of a French colonial paddle-wheel boat that plied the waters in the Gulf of Tonkin around the start of the 20th Century. Today, tourists from around the world pay top dollar to cruise the limestone islands of Halong Bay in this luxurious ship.
      Credit: Jerry Redfern
  • A woman sells slabs from a massive snapper in the main Halong City market. Halong City is both an important port and a hub for fishing in Halong Bay.A woman sells slabs from a massive snapper in the main Halong City market. Halong City is both an important port and a hub for fishing in Halong Bay.
  • Picture of a snow skin style mooncake with a bite taken out of it, sold during the mid-autumn festival in Singapore. The food follows a Chinese tradition celebrating the fall harvest season.Picture of a snow skin style mooncake with a bite taken out of it, sold during the mid-autumn festival in Singapore. The food follows a Chinese tradition celebrating the fall harvest season.
  • A woman holds up a glass of iced tea at The Barracks Restaurant in the Dempsey Hill area of Singapore. Dempsey Hill, once a locale where well-heeled expats bought furniture, is becoming the latest place where well-heeled expats also eat and drink after hours.A woman holds up a glass of iced tea at The Barracks Restaurant in the Dempsey Hill area of Singapore. Dempsey Hill, once a locale where well-heeled expats bought furniture, is becoming the latest place where well-heeled expats also eat and drink after hours.
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      Singapore - 11/09/2007: A woman holds up a glass of iced tea at The Barracks Restaurant in the Dempsey Hill area of Singapore. Dempsey Hill, once a locale where well-heeled expats bought furniture, is becoming the latest place where well-heeled expats also eat and drink after hours.
      Credit: Jerry Redfern
  • A lacquered table holds water glasses and a porcelain ashtray in the Villa Savanh, a rental property available through the Apsara Hotel in Luang Prabang, Laos. In the background is a traditional Laotian reclining pillow-seat.A lacquered table holds water glasses and a porcelain ashtray in the Villa Savanh, a rental property available through the Apsara Hotel in Luang Prabang, Laos. In the background is a traditional Laotian reclining pillow-seat.
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      Luang Prabang, Luang Prabang, Laos - 28/06/2004: A lacquered table holds water glasses and a porcelain ashtray in the Villa Savanh, a rental property available through the Apsara Hotel in Luang Prabang, Laos. In the background is a traditional Laotian reclining pillow-seat.
      Credit: Jerry Redfern
  • A tourist takes in the sun on a beach.A tourist takes in the sun on a beach.
  • External view of the visitors' center at Acoma Sky City at Acoma Pueblo in New Mexico.External view of the visitors' center at Acoma Sky City at Acoma Pueblo in New Mexico.
  • View of a circular petroglyph in Petroglyph National Monument on the west side of Albuquerque, New Mexico. The park is covered in etchings made by Native Americans and Spanish settlers in volcanic rock between 400 and 700 years ago. Many of the etchings have been defaced by recent arrivals.View of a circular petroglyph in Petroglyph National Monument on the west side of Albuquerque, New Mexico. The park is covered in etchings made by Native Americans and Spanish settlers in volcanic rock between 400 and 700 years ago. Many of the etchings have been defaced by recent arrivals.
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      Albuquerque, New Mexico, United States - 06/07/2005: View of a circular petroglyph in Petroglyph National Monument on the west side of Albuquerque, New Mexico. The park is covered in etchings made by Native Americans and Spanish settlers in volcanic rock between 400 and 700 years ago. Many of the etchings have been defaced by recent arrivals.
      Credit: ©Jerry Redfern
  • A guest mounts the steps leading to the Sukantara Cascade Resort, a high-class resort built along a creek in the hills an hour's drive from Chiang Mai. The resort features individual attention, posh rooms with Thai trimmings in wood and silk and a beautiful location on a cascading stream. Angelina Jolie stayed here in 2004.A guest mounts the steps leading to the Sukantara Cascade Resort, a high-class resort built along a creek in the hills an hour's drive from Chiang Mai. The resort features individual attention, posh rooms with Thai trimmings in wood and silk and a beautiful location on a cascading stream. Angelina Jolie stayed here in 2004.
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      Mae Rim, Chiang Mai, Thailand - 01/09/2005: A guest mounts the steps leading to the Sukantara Cascade Resort, a high-class resort built along a creek in the hills an hour's drive from Chiang Mai. The resort features individual attention, posh rooms with Thai trimmings in wood and silk and a beautiful location on a cascading stream. Angelina Jolie stayed here in 2004.
      Credit: Jerry Redfern
  • A waiter lights oil lamps hanging from a tree at a beachfront restaurant on Koh Chang.A waiter lights oil lamps hanging from a tree at a beachfront restaurant on Koh Chang.
  • Water runs beneath a bridge connecting the Sukantara Cascade Resort with a wild Thai jungle on the other side of the creek. The resort is built along the far side of the creek in the hills an hour's drive from Chiang Mai. The resort features individual attention, posh rooms with Thai trimmings in wood and silk and a beautiful location on a cascading stream. Angelina Jolie stayed here in 2004.Water runs beneath a bridge connecting the Sukantara Cascade Resort with a wild Thai jungle on the other side of the creek. The resort is built along the far side of the creek in the hills an hour's drive from Chiang Mai. The resort features individual attention, posh rooms with Thai trimmings in wood and silk and a beautiful location on a cascading stream. Angelina Jolie stayed here in 2004.
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      Mae Rim, Chiang Mai, Thailand - 01/09/2005: Water runs beneath a bridge connecting the Sukantara Cascade Resort with a wild Thai jungle on the other side of the creek. The resort is built along the far side of the creek in the hills an hour's drive from Chiang Mai. The resort features individual attention, posh rooms with Thai trimmings in wood and silk and a beautiful location on a cascading stream. Angelina Jolie stayed here in 2004.
      Credit: Jerry Redfern
  • Live coral flats lead to Jaco Island off the eastern tip of East Timor.Live coral flats lead to Jaco Island off the eastern tip of East Timor.
  • A tourist swims in the crystal-clear waters off the secluded north coast of Pulau Perhentian Kecil. Pulau Rawa are the islands in the distance.A tourist swims in the crystal-clear waters off the secluded north coast of Pulau Perhentian Kecil. Pulau Rawa are the islands in the distance.
  • Cruise boats built to look like Chinese junks dock and drop off tourists at one of the massive limestone islands that dot Halong Bay. More than 3,000 islands and islets fill the bay and are a powerful tourist draw, luring people from around the globe to float among this Unesco World Heritage Site. At the same time, the area is home to thousands of Vietnamese, the majority of whom make their living off the sea.Cruise boats built to look like Chinese junks dock and drop off tourists at one of the massive limestone islands that dot Halong Bay. More than 3,000 islands and islets fill the bay and are a powerful tourist draw, luring people from around the globe to float among this Unesco World Heritage Site. At the same time, the area is home to thousands of Vietnamese, the majority of whom make their living off the sea.
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      Ha Long Bay, Quang Ninh, Vietnam - 01/08/2005: Cruise boats built to look like Chinese junks dock and drop off tourists at one of the massive limestone islands that dot Halong Bay. More than 3,000 islands and islets fill the bay and are a powerful tourist draw, luring people from around the globe to float among this Unesco World Heritage Site. At the same time, the area is home to thousands of Vietnamese, the majority of whom make their living off the sea.
      Credit: Jerry Redfern
  • A view of the evening sky from the "Infinity" pool at the Amara Sanctuary Resort on Sentosa Island. The hotel is built around a set of British Army barracks while the modern parts of the hotel were designed by Japanese architect Masaki Miyake.A view of the evening sky from the "Infinity" pool at the Amara Sanctuary Resort on Sentosa Island. The hotel is built around a set of British Army barracks while the modern parts of the hotel were designed by Japanese architect Masaki Miyake.
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      Singapore - 07/09/2007: A view of the evening sky from the "Infinity" pool at the Amara Sanctuary Resort on Sentosa Island. The hotel is built around a set of British Army barracks while the modern parts of the hotel were designed by Japanese architect Masaki Miyake.
      Credit: Jerry Redfern
  • View of the outdoor facilities at the De Plateau guesthouse in Bario in the Kelabit Highlands.View of the outdoor facilities at the De Plateau guesthouse in Bario in the Kelabit Highlands.
  • A Buddhist Monk walks beneath prayer banners at Sanga Choling, one of the oldest monasteries in Sikkim.A Buddhist Monk walks beneath prayer banners at Sanga Choling, one of the oldest monasteries in Sikkim.
  • A porter walks through the view through the main entryway of the PanSea hotel in Luang Prabang, Laos.A porter walks through the view through the main entryway of the PanSea hotel in Luang Prabang, Laos.
  • A Japanese chef prepares dishes of dipping sauces at Si Bon Restaurant at the Amara Sanctuary Resort on Sentosa Island. The chi-chi restaurant is built in a one-time British church and seats only 13 and serves only one meal, a 17-course meals of Kushiage, a type of Japanese breaded and deep-fried food.A Japanese chef prepares dishes of dipping sauces at Si Bon Restaurant at the Amara Sanctuary Resort on Sentosa Island. The chi-chi restaurant is built in a one-time British church and seats only 13 and serves only one meal, a 17-course meals of Kushiage, a type of Japanese breaded and deep-fried food.
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      Singapore - 11/09/2007: A Japanese chef prepares dishes of dipping sauces at Si Bon Restaurant at the Amara Sanctuary Resort on Sentosa Island. The chi-chi restaurant is built in a one-time British church and seats only 13 and serves only one meal, a 17-course meals of Kushiage, a type of Japanese breaded and deep-fried food.
      Credit: Jerry Redfern
  • A dinner course of breaded and deep-fried salmon at Si Bon Restaurant at the Amara Sanctuary Resort on Sentosa Island. The chi-chi restaurant is built in a one-time British church and seats only 13 and serves only one meal, a 17-course meals of Kushiage, a type of Japanese breaded and deep-fried food.A dinner course of breaded and deep-fried salmon at Si Bon Restaurant at the Amara Sanctuary Resort on Sentosa Island. The chi-chi restaurant is built in a one-time British church and seats only 13 and serves only one meal, a 17-course meals of Kushiage, a type of Japanese breaded and deep-fried food.
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      Singapore - 11/09/2007: A dinner course of breaded and deep-fried salmon at Si Bon Restaurant at the Amara Sanctuary Resort on Sentosa Island. The chi-chi restaurant is built in a one-time British church and seats only 13 and serves only one meal, a 17-course meals of Kushiage, a type of Japanese breaded and deep-fried food.
      Credit: Jerry Redfern
  • A lunch buffet of both Vietnamese and French cuisine awaits passengers on the Emeraude, a cruise ship that plies the waters of Halong Bay. The Emeraude is a high-class re-creation of a French colonial paddle-wheel boat that plied the waters in the Gulf of Tonkin around the start of the 20th Century. Today, tourists from around the world pay top dollar to cruise the limestone islands of Halong Bay in this luxurious ship.A lunch buffet of both Vietnamese and French cuisine awaits passengers on the Emeraude, a cruise ship that plies the waters of Halong Bay. The Emeraude is a high-class re-creation of a French colonial paddle-wheel boat that plied the waters in the Gulf of Tonkin around the start of the 20th Century. Today, tourists from around the world pay top dollar to cruise the limestone islands of Halong Bay in this luxurious ship.
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      Ha Long Bay, Quang Ninh, Vietnam - 01/08/2005: A lunch buffet of both Vietnamese and French cuisine awaits passengers on the Emeraude, a cruise ship that plies the waters of Halong Bay. The Emeraude is a high-class re-creation of a French colonial paddle-wheel boat that plied the waters in the Gulf of Tonkin around the start of the 20th Century. Today, tourists from around the world pay top dollar to cruise the limestone islands of Halong Bay in this luxurious ship.
      Credit: Jerry Redfern
  • An oil lamp hanging from a tree competes with the sunset at a beachside bar on Ko Chang.An oil lamp hanging from a tree competes with the sunset at a beachside bar on Ko Chang.

 

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