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I am feeling quite nostalgic and a bit emotional these days. When I open up my Timehop app and Facebook I am reminded that a year ago today, I was driving through the DR Congo with my One Million Thumbprints team. (I have posted about this experience in depth here  if you are interested or…

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I received an amazing email this week… an update on the programs that our #1MTclimb4peace team fundraised for. It was such good, good news in the midst of a world that seems to be going to hell in a hand basket. Some of my teammates and I have been processing together through a writing group….

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WARNING: Graphic story of rape and assault in this post… Trigger warning for some. Photography is my particular way of storytelling or story-capturing. I prefer to photograph real life, real people and real events over crafted or staged sessions. But often times, I don’t know the full story behind the image I am capturing. Sometimes…

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An extraordinary musician, Josh Garrels, is giving his latest album Home (Anniversary Edition) away for FREE on Noisetrade for the next 7 days while donating 100% of the tips to One Million Thumbprints. Not only that, but he wrote, mixed and recorded two completely new tracks just for us and this promotion.     Full disclosure. Until…

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** All photography copyright Chelsea Hudson Photography **   I have been sitting on this post for some time… Most of you know that our team visited the DRC and Rwanda before going on to Tanzania on the Kilimanjaro climb. So many people have asked about this time and I have struggled with how to possibly…

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  • Chelsea,

    This is beautiful. I will be coming back to it over and over again to just soak it in and allow it to change me.

    Thank you of sharing this with us.

    I am so grateful for how you use your incredible talent to impact the world around you. We are the better for it.ReplyCancel

  • […] surgery. We were ushered into a room with 4 women recovering from recent fistula surgeries.  I wrote previously about how heart-wrenching this moment was for all of us… how I wanted to … I also talked about a woman in the corner near the window, who literally lit up like a lightbulb […]ReplyCancel

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