Category Archives: photo stories and photolanthropy

Sarabek’s Monthly Free Faves Give Away.


Occupying desktops around the world. As a gift for stepping your photo finding fingers into my blog, I am giving away a screensaver sized favorite image of mine each month. I may even dig deep into the archives…something that doesn’t happen nearly enough. I’m looking forward to lots of changes both in my site and...


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Aviad - January 26, 2012 - 9:05 pm

That’s an awesome picture Sarah! We were there, right behind you that day, it was indeed an impressive and empowering march.

Photos Featured in Imbibe Magazine!


Starting 2012 with a bang! Thanks to good friend and talented photographer, Leah Nash, for passing me on to the opportunity to photograph for Imbibe Magazine… well known for being the best magazine about things you drink. The liquid Culture.  Late November I spent an afternoon with Ethan Terry and his bartending roommates in San...


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An Indian Book Project, Kickstarter & Photophilanthropy

Tomorrow hits the ten day mark and countdown for the Kickstarter project I have been helping to promote. And the beginning of the end of my nails as the goal is at $4000 and we have raised just shy of $2000. A long way still up the mountain…but the view is worth the leg work.


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Neil Cowley - May 3, 2011 - 9:24 pm

Congrats on making your funding goals! I love the first person element.

Honduras | Parte 1: Ursulo


Ursulo Catocho Lopez, age 67, prayed for 38 years for a new home for his family. 38 Years!!! Through his involvement with the church in the village of Monterrey, Honduras, he and his family were highlighted as the most in need in a community where ALL are in need. After years of hoping and wishing for better, his prayers are being answered.


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Elizabeth Scott - September 3, 2010 - 2:46 pm

Stunning and touching…as usual!

DEBORAH HUBER - September 2, 2010 - 8:01 am

I love the one of Ursulo by himself! The slide show looks great as well!

Looks like it was a good trip/experience .

johnny - August 31, 2010 - 6:49 pm

well done, sarah!