Category Archives: Travel

….. catching the colors of sunset. Mojave Desert I left the Mojave Desert in 1996, vowing to never return. The only thing I missed over the years were the colors. Sunrises and sunsets over the vastness of the desert are beautiful and magical. Joshua Tree offers a huge “giant’s playground” of rocks, and is quickly […]

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Amurtel Greece for Refugee Mothers and Babies Closer to the end of our trip, we got to stop by and see the new apartment set up for refugee mothers and babies. Per their Facebook page, Amurtel Greece for Refugee Mothers and Babies states, “Amurtel is a global disaster relief and development organization managed by women, specifically […]

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My goal over the next few weeks is to spotlight each NGO that we met and learned about while on the ground in Greece. We met several, all amazing and unique NGOs who saw a need and dove in to provide for specific needs. The one I really felt connected to and impressed by what they […]

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  • Jessica V - What an amazing project to work on!ReplyCancel

  • Courtney ross - Beautiful babies!! What an amazing thing to be a part of.ReplyCancel

  • ginny - This just breaks my heart. So thankful for these charities. You perfectly documented this!ReplyCancel

  • Shelli Quattlebaum - These are beautiful, what an amazing project.ReplyCancel

  • Christie Matherne - These photos really put a face on things we can’t see up close here in the States. This is important.ReplyCancel

  • Melissa Trout - Looking at these photos made me tear up. We’re so fortunate in this country. Thank you for doing such amazing work and helping us see what families go through there.ReplyCancel

  • Sarah G. - Wow. We are so blessed with the “first world problems” we have in this country. Seeing another part of the world and what they are going through is really humbling. Amazing work on this project.ReplyCancel

  • Valeria - Thank you for introducing me to this charity and giving us a glimpse into these families’ lives. Beautiful documentation!ReplyCancel

    • Sarah Griffith - Thank you for those kind words – please check out our website and face book page Bridge2Refugees too xReplyCancel

  • Amanda - This is amazing! Thank you for sharing- I love those sleeping boxes!ReplyCancel

  • Jamie Kraus - I love that you are there helping the refugees. It is so inspiring seeing so many help others. Thank you.ReplyCancel

  • Michelle - You are truly a blessing! Your portraits speak volumes and your make a huge difference! May God bless you through this journey in life!ReplyCancel

  • Flor - Beautiful and inspiring work. Thank you for sharing your gift with these families.ReplyCancel

  • Carrie - What an amazing charity! We get so caught up in our own everyday lives and our struggles but this puts in into perspective. Love how you documented it.ReplyCancel

Seriously?! Just do it! Don’t fret over it being dropped, just think about all the memories you are letting them create and own for themselves. But if you’re looking for a fantastic, super easy, and tough camera to let them handle, I highly recommend the Olympus TG-4. For “selfies”, I’ve taught my daughter to take […]

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