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Ten years in Camphill Accounts of a volunteer vagabond filled with copious amounts of wanderlust

My Scholarship entry - Festivals in a Camphill community

United Kingdom | Friday, 21 November 2014 | 5 photos


I have lived in various intentional communities called Camphill for over ten years now. These communities are based in various parts of the world, whilst the majority of them are in the UK. There are committed teams of people living here, passionate about various aspects of sustainable living and caring for people with various disabilities such as Autism or Downs syndrome. I have started my Camphill years as an international volunteer, in a cultural fusion with a group of volunteers from all over the world. I have moved to Camphill from Transylvania, Romania. I belong to a large Hungarian minority, living in Transylvania, called the Seklers. Through my Camphill years I have lived to travel and I have managed to go to beautiful places like Japan, Morocco and many European countries. I don't own a house, I don't have a family, and my worldly possessions fit into a few suitcases, so all I've got is travel and photography. Wherever I go, I take my camera with me and I try to tell a story with my photos. I’m a keen amateur photographer and I still have a lot to learn. In my free time I enjoy looking at the works of Art Wolfe or following the travels of Michael Palin and reading.

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