Fritz Liedtke’s Photo Journal of India After the Tsunami

From the supremely talented Fritz Liedtke, a photographer in Portland, Oregon…

I received a grant to travel to India recently, to document relief efforts six months after the tsunami.

I’m writing to let you know that I have placed 3 galleries of images from these travels on my fine art web site. You can find them, with an introductory essay, here:

http://www.fritzphoto.com/pages/art/India/index.html

If you have any questions, let me know.

Enjoy!

Fritz Liedtke
FritzPhoto
www.fritzphoto.com
(503) 267-5078
Beautiful memories, beginning to end.

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