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Photographer: Bill Cox

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  • Studio Name: Onpilgrimage
  • State/Province/Region: Washington
  • Country: United States
  • Description: Photographing the intimate details of a small community is a sensitive issue that must be done as objectively, discretely and as unobtrusively as possible. These lessons were brought home to me when on one fine spring day I set out with a small group to walk 6,500 miles on a sojourn for peace that crossed the United States, Europe and the Middle East Representing diverse religious traditions the group set out on their journey sharing the common, organic belief that the deepest wisdom concerning the making of peace lives in the worlds great faiths and that the concept of pilgrimage as a sacred journey is a universal way to reconnect with this wisdom, Together we traveled on foot half way around the world on a sojourn lasting almost two years as I shot and took notes on thousands of images.

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