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Jim O'Donnell
Works at Around the World in Eighty Years
Attended University of New Mexico
Lives in Taos, New Mexico
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How about a curious hummingbird closeup to help celebrate the International Day for Biological Diversity? Why is it that some of us work so hard to protect
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Wild Rivers. Rio Grande del Norte National Monument west of Questa, New Mexico. May 17, 2015. 715pm. Nikon D3000, Nikkor 35mm, 1/800s, f/5.6, ISO 200
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The famous Valsörarna lighthouse lies within the Kvarken World Heritage Site in west-central Finland. This photo essay documents the island as well as the..
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NM Senators have introduced a bill to create more wilderness in northern New Mexico. These dramatic photographs of Ute Mountain, one of the Cerros del Norte
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NOTE: This article was origionally published in the April 2015 issue of Vrai Magazine as a two-part series. ~ ~ ~ On a breezy late-June morning, Tom Kennedy, the Director of the Zuni Tourism Program at the remote western New Mexico Native American pueblo…
What are the boundaries of sacred when it comes to tourism and economic development? On a visit Zuni Pueblo in western New Mexico writer Jim O'Donnell asks
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Sunday I set off on a 25 mile bike ride into the back of the Rio Grande del Norte National Monument. Technically, it is the middle of the national monument
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Just a quick wish for a happy International Day for Biological Diversity! The United Nations has proclaimed May 22 The International Day for Biological Diversity (IDB) to increase understanding and awareness of biodiversity issues. When first created by…
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Boone, Colorado. Arkansas River Valley east of Pueblo, Colorado. 1/125s, f/9.0, ISO 200, focul length 55mm
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Just the other day I was gushing about our new National Monument and Wilderness. This morning I have still more good news to report: New Mexico’s senators are co-sponsoring a bill that would establish two wilderness areas inside the Rio Grande del Norte…
NM Senators have introduced a bill to create more wilderness in northern New Mexico. These dramatic photographs of Ute Mountain, one of the Cerros del Norte
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NOTE: This article was origionally published in the April 2015 issue of Vrai Magazine as a two-part series. ~ ~ ~ On a breezy late-June morning, Tom Kennedy, the Director of the Zuni Tourism Program at the remote western New Mexico Native American pueblo…
What are the boundaries of sacred when it comes to tourism and economic development? On a visit Zuni Pueblo in western New Mexico writer Jim O'Donnell asks
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Sunday I set off on a 25 mile bike ride into the back of the Rio Grande del Norte National Monument. Technically, it is the middle of the national monument
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Author, photographer
Employment
  • Around the World in Eighty Years
    Author/Photographer, 2010 - present
  • New Mexico Wilderness Alliance
    Northern Director, 2007 - 2008
  • Coalition for the Valle Vidal
    2004 - 2007
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Currently
Taos, New Mexico
Previously
Pueblo, Colorado - Helsinki, Finland - Albquerquerque, New Mexico
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Author, Permaculture designer, single-father, explorer, photographer, backpacker, fly-fisherman, gardener, archaeologist and conservationist.
Introduction
Archaeology, beer and food have motivated author and photographer Jim O’Donnell ’s twenty-five years of travel to over forty countries on five continents - and are at least partially to blame for the five languages he is sure he can stumble through. Jim is the author of “Notes for the Aurora Society”, and “Rise and Go a collection of 200+ images and short stories from Around the World as well as numerous other sordid tales, articles, half-finished novels, works in progress, essays and other scribbling. Jim is the owner and head monkey at Around the World in Eighty Years. See interviews with me at Jim O'Donnell and Jim O'Donnell
Bragging rights
walked 1500 miles across Finland, wrote a book about it. Lived.
Education
  • University of New Mexico
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