Images Without Borders provides stunning images from world class photographers working around the globe. It was founded by New Orleans based photographer, Laura Bergerol and Boise based photographer, Stacy Ericson in the wake of the earthquake in Haiti. Wishing to contribute to the humanitarian aid effort, but blessed with more talent, than money, these artists joined with other photographers to make their images available to the public. All profits go to Doctors Without Borders, less the cost of printing. Every image offered by Images Without Borders is as a limited edition of one print. Gallery Prints are offered at $125 & $250. iPhotography prints are offered at $40 & $72. When one print of either are sold, the image will be retired. All profits go directly to Doctors without Borders, less only the cost of printing.


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The Five Storey Pagoda was built in 942 along with the Main Hall by military commander Taira no Kinmasa. Along with the other buildings, it has been successively lost to fire and subsequently reconstructed.  In 1648, Tokugawa Iemitsu rebuilt the pagoda in 1648 along with other structures including the Main Hall and Hozomon Gate. The government declared the pagoda a national treasure in 1911

The Five Storey Pagoda was built in 942 along with the Main Hall by military commander Taira no Kinmasa. Along with the other buildings, it has been successively lost to fire and subsequently reconstructed.  In 1648, Tokugawa Iemitsu rebuilt the pagoda in 1648 along with other structures including the Main Hall and Hozomon Gate. The government declared the pagoda a national treasure in 1911

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