Members of the Pathfinders Project (a humanist service trip) take a break at the Angkor Wat Hindu temple complex in Cambodia: Wendy Webber (far left), Ben Blanchard (middle), Michelle Huey (standing), and Conor Robinson (foreground).
Photo by: Wendy Webber
Submitted by: Wendy Webber
Sue Schrader visited Peru this fall. “Although Machu Picchu was spectacular,” she wrote, “I couldn’t wait to finish reading my Humanist magazine.”
Photo by: G. Carl Schrader
Submitted by: Sue Schrader
Zvi Schreibero reading the Humanist in Jerusalem.
Photo by: Joel Schreiber
Submitted by: Zvi Schreibero
Bill McGuire says he visited Stonehenge as part of his research on the theory that the Flying Spaghetti Monster (FSM) originally appeared as the Flying Stone Monster (FSM). “This would explain how 25,000-pound rocks could be placed on top of 60,000-pound rocks with little effort. Later, His Noodliness realized the need to evolve from an igneous form to a complex carbohydrate form as the dietary needs of His subjects evolved.”
Photo by: Sue McGuire
Submitted by: Bill McGuire
Fran Kurth visited the Fushimi Inari shrine in Kyoto.
Photo by: Olga Naumenko
Submitted by: Fran Kurth