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Photojournalism :

A compilation of images by Julia Andryuk Photojournalism

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Revisiting the Camera and Darkroom

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Revisiting the Camera and Darkroom

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Revisiting the Camera and Darkroom

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Revisiting the Camera and Darkroom

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Revisiting the Camera and Darkroom

Children and parents swarm inside a partially inflated balloon at the Adirondack Balloon Festival, Sunday, September 25, 2011 in Queensbury, New York. This opportunity to play inside a balloon just like the ones they see floating high above them on the airstrip is for many children, the most exciting part of the festival.:

Children and parents swarm inside a partially inflated balloon at the Adirondack Balloon Festival, Sunday, September 25, 2011 in Queensbury, New York. This opportunity to play inside a balloon just like the ones they see floating high above them on the airstrip is for many children, the most exciting part of the festival. N EW S

Megan and Andrew Capone, along with their young son, watch the balloons being filled. At as early as 5:00 AM couples, families, and vendors swarm the Floyd Bennett Memorial Airport to watch the balloons be filled. :

Megan and Andrew Capone, along with their young son, watch the balloons being filled. At as early as 5:00 AM couples, families, and vendors swarm the Floyd Bennett Memorial Airport to watch the balloons be filled. NEWS

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N EW S Some balloons poise ready for takeoff, while others are still being inflated.

Skylar, a member of Teen Challenge Men’s Choir is hard at work scrubbing the floors in the kitchen at Pilgrim Camp in Brant Lake, NY, September 15, 2011. The Choir is an outreach done by the Teen Challenge Program, a faith based drug and alcohol rehabilitation center located in Pennsylvania. :

Skylar , a member of Teen Challenge Men’s Choir is hard at work scrubbing the floors in the kitchen at Pilgrim Camp in Brant Lake, NY, September 15, 2011. The Choir is an outreach done by the Teen Challenge Program, a faith based drug and alcohol rehabilitation center located in Pennsylvania. Feature

Here Teen Challenge member Ronald fills a mop bucket in preparation for helping clean the floors in the Pilgrim Camp dining room. The attitude of all of these men traveling with the choir is exemplary of deeply changed lives that are eager and happy to serve those around them. :

Here Teen Challenge member Ronald fills a mop bucket in preparation for helping clean the floors in the Pilgrim Camp dining room. The attitude of all of these men traveling with the choir is exemplary of deeply changed lives that are eager and happy to serve those around them. Feature

Waiting for another choir member to finish buffing the floor in the other dining room, Skylar (on the left) and Ronald (on the right) stand around talking and joking in the adjacent room. Both have been touring with the choir for several months, and Ronald eagerly looks forward to his upcoming graduation from the Teen Challenge Program. :

Waiting for another choir member to finish buffing the floor in the other dining room, Skylar (on the left) and Ronald (on the right) stand around talking and joking in the adjacent room. Both have been touring with the choir for several months, and Ronald eagerly looks forward to his upcoming graduation from the Teen Challenge Program. Feature

Sun spills into the empty kitchen as Skylar cheerfully finishes up the last step of cleaning: mopping the floor. This is just a small glimpse into the incredible willingness and cheerfulness displayed by many of the members of Teen Challenge Choir in their annual visits. :

Sun spills into the empty kitchen as Skylar cheerfully finishes up the last step of cleaning: mopping the floor. This is just a small glimpse into the incredible willingness and cheerfulness displayed by many of the members of Teen Challenge Choir in their annual visits. F E A T U R E

Waiting for his turn to help waxing and stripping the floors in the dining room, Skylar pauses to watch the choir leader Brother Rob walk down the road below. Skylar has been more than a year in the Teen Challenge Program, and as a member of the Choir, he is regularly given the opportunity to share the story of how God has changed his life through Teen Challenge. :

Waiting for his turn to help waxing and stripping the floors in the dining room, Skylar pauses to watch the choir leader Brother Rob walk down the road below. Skylar has been more than a year in the Teen Challenge Program, and as a member of the Choir, he is regularly given the opportunity to share the story of how God has changed his life through Teen Challenge. Feature

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P O R T R A I T Tom Andryuk is an all around handy-man, and has just completed his twentieth year as caretaker for Pilgrim Camp, November 25, 2011, Brant Lake, NY.

His position as caretaker leaves him with varying responsibilities for the camps upkeep, which can be anything from chopping up a fallen tree, to constructing new buildings. :

His position as caretaker leaves him with varying responsibilities for the camps upkeep, which can be anything from chopping up a fallen tree, to constructing new buildings. Portrait

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In his free time, he takes every opportunity to thoroughly enjoy the nature that is surrounding him on every side. Portrait

Photo Story: A Veteran’s Day of Remembrance:

Photo Story: A Veteran’s Day of Remembrance

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“Frog” Gerard Contois JR gathers along with his fellow Legion Riders at the G.B.H. Solomon Saratoga National Cemetery on Wreaths Across America Day to honor the friends and comrades that have gone before them, Saturday, December 10, 2011, in Schuylerville, New York. Frog took special care to place a wreath on his deceased best friend’s grave, and saluted it with tears in his eyes.

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Many veterans turned out to help make sure that every grave possible had a wreath to honor it. For Frog, who is somewhat dependant on an oxygen supply, but is unable to use it because of the cold, his shortness of breath only heightens the emotion of the day.

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After the general wreath laying activity, the Legion Riders bring out their flags and march to lay wreaths on Civil War soldier graves for a special remembrance.

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Frog and his friend Jack pose by the grave of a stranger to honor them in a photograph for a loved one.

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As the crowd began to think out, Frog stayed behind with some civilians, sharing some heartbreaking stories from his time in Vietnam. Although there were not enough wreaths to honor every grave at the cemetery, his moving words made clear to all that though some graves remained bear, the honor attributed to each fallen soldier was forever chiseled into each veteran’s heart.

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