TOURISTS, STAFF & MUSICIANS
Selected Photographs and Commentary by Debra Jan Bibel
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These selected photographs are from various fellow members of the tour, particularly Marina and Carmen. High close-ups were taken by Marina. If necessary to improve image quality, I edited them, occasionally cropping.
|[Left to right] Mark Byers; Lara Ferguson; Marina Simes Corsini, Ilan Migdali. Mark and Lara are fellow travelers to Spain. Ilan provided my fix of chocolate, saving the day.||Paulette Rochelle-Levy, already dancing. I think that smile continued through the entire trip.||Andrea Trautwein, another dancer and first on the floor.|
|Paula Dromi, in bliss of this experience.||Sage Spatz. She has an eye for the atypical perspective.||Douglas & Sandy Jardine. I had fine philosophical discussions with Douglas.|
Kathryn Rosenberg. We spent time together
coming and going.
|Norberta Salazar, fun and cheer for everyone.||Dori Miles. I appreciated her political gems of intellect|
|Shirley Zadaca, fellow traveler to Spain and pleasant companion.||Jeffrey Cooper. We two are photographic documentarians. With similar cameras, too.||Norberta Salzar & Jeffrey Cooper|
|Sandry Jardine, Janice Parakilas, Paula Dromi, Margo Jim, Barbara Spiller||Dalia Ron, fellow traveler to Spain. And need I say the boss's mother?||Margo Jim. I regret that we hardly interacted.|
|Roy Baker, Marina Corsini, Janice Parakilas||Malcolm Lansky & Sandra McMahon||Carmen, Cloe, and Lara Ferguson. Fun folk.|
A pensive Chloe Ferguson. We were fortunately to have a
young person with us and be able to witness her joys of new experiences
and travel adventures. She is a language sponge, too.
||Paula Rubenstein & Cherise Gordon. Cherise always had a twinkle in her eye.||Dennis Boardman|
William and Barbara Spiller & Sharon Gordon-Barber
Nona Hungate & Jan Briski. Is it me,
or does Jan and Barbara look similar? Other than style of attire, I
look for the different eyebrows.
||Pasha Dennis B. & mysterious Andrea.|
|Navani & Norberta: Las Latinas||Therese Lynch||Linda & Dennis Wilkins|
|Barbara and William Spiller||Edith Wander||Janice Briski, Sandra and Douglas Jardine|
|Marilyn Grissom||Sage Spatz & Malcolm Lansky. Photo is indicative of personas.||Judith Riven|
|The Tour Staff|
|A. Sevket Selšuk, Marina Simes Corsini, Sermin Selšuk Marina became the Spirit of the Tour. Sevket quietly (certainly in Turkish) covered logistics and ensured connections.||Joshkun Tamer. Organizer and Director.||Our Bus Driver, Unsung Hero|
|Jaime Papish. Being a drummer, he goes with the flow.||Norik Manoukian. His serious dudek hymns contrasted with Selim Sesler's wild clarinet dance.||Maya Haddi. Her exciting voice has deep roots.|
|Yuval Ron. A musical ambassador of spiritual freedom.||David Martinelli. Percussion is serious business.||Virginie Alumyan. Helped turn disappointment into pleasure at Hidden Place.|
|Sukhawat Ali Khan. His soaring Qawwali vocals continue to the stars.||Aziz (left) with Sharif Baba of the Rifa'i Order. I bow before this Dervish and his profound power of concentration.|