Through the Eyes of Koss

As promised, here are just a sampling of the 3,000+ photos from our life-changing week in Slobodskoy. These particular pictures are through the eyes and lens of Koss Modenov, a renaissance man who has a magical way with the English and Russian languages…and yet can tell a strong story with no words at all. Thanks, Koss, for helping bring Slobodskoy to Chapel Hill, NC and Brosville, VA and Bruce, FL.

Opening Ceremonies

Zhenya

Looking for Hawaii

Learning about our States

Christy with a new friend

Andrei and Andrey

Elvina

Ministry Center games

Happiness

Listening and learning

Marri Helen teaching class

Ruslan

"Life is theater" - Galina

The arrival of the ceremonial tea

Staff Tea - Visiting Seven States (here is Maine)

Lady Liberty

"Shoeless" Chris Wood representing Chicago

Lyuba and Lyuda

Katya

Ruslan

Seroyzha

Galina and her "friends"

Teacher of the Year, Support Worker of the Year, and Caregiver of the Year

Members of the staff - such great friends

Our final dinner together

Nadezhda - Hope...the purpose of Mission 1:27

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4 thoughts on “Through the Eyes of Koss

  1. Thank you Koss, and to all who continue to love and support the children, teachers, caregivers and Galina in Slobodskoy. I love seeing all the smiling faces, I can not wait to see more and hear all your stories. Safe travels friends.

  2. Great photos Koss-another talent to add to your long list! Can’t wait for the return of the team to hear all your adventures!

  3. These photos brought back so many memories from our trip in the Spring of 2011. I can’t believe how big the kids are getting!!!

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