by: SUBMITTED PHOTO: JULIE JUNGERS - World traveler and photographer Julie Jungers is exhibiting her photographs from around the world at the Hoffman Gallery on the Lewis and Clark College campus through Oct. 14. This Bengal tiger was photographed by her at Bandhavgarh National Park in India in 2008.Although “the world is getting smaller” and “the global economy” are common refrains, an enormous swath of the planet remains inaccessible, inhospitable or politically embargoed, said Julie Jugers.

Few people have the access, resources or the desire to explore every corner of the globe. Jungers is one of those exceptional few people. In the past 25 years, she and her husband, Frank, have visited nearly 200 countries, several of which geographically are very remote, or whose visas are not easily awarded to American tourists.

Her photography is a means of sharing her experiences with family and friends and a way of letting others see the world through her eyes.

Her book and exhibit, “Wanderlust: Travel Photography,” chronicles her extraordinary adventures and includes more than 100 photographs from 13 countries in the Eastern hemisphere. The exhibit is on display in the Ronna and Eric Hoffman Gallery on the Lewis & Clark College campus through Oct. 14. Admission to the gallery is free and hours are Tuesday through Saturday from11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

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