Daily Foto: Childhood is so sweet to remember in a photo.

May 21, 2010   //   Daily Foto, Mexico  //  Comments Off on Daily Foto: Childhood is so sweet to remember in a photo.

Graduating Phodographer Becca Cohen in Agua Prieta, Mexico, March 2010

Hurray and BOW WOW for all Spring 2010 Graduates, including Dog Meets World intern Becca Cohen.

Becca dedicated hours of work this semester, including taking the photo project to this Mexican border town on her Alternate Spring Break. Adding DMW gave all the Univ. Maryland, College Park students an easy way to interact with the local children. Becca said “We were building an addition with a family, so on the first day on the worksite we took pictures of their kids. The next day neighbors came by with their kids to have their pictures taken. Johanna, the daughter of the family we were building with, would come up to us making a “take a picture” sign with her hands to communicate that someone new wanted a picture. Seeing the clamor and excitement as they watched the pictures print was incredible.

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