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Cotopaxi and Llama

The great Cotopaxi peeks through the clouds to see her friend the Llama.


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All the photographs contained in this database had been authored by Guido E. Alvarez. It is his express desire to release this whole database to the general public, but exclusively for blogging purposes. He is attempting to push a new medium called photo blogism, which consists of the creation of photos specifically engineered for blogging purposes. These photographs are not meant to be used for journalism or advertising. They are exclusively for blog use. Please feel free to use and share the contents of this developing database in any electronic medium. Finally, in case you want to see more of Guido Alvarez's work, please Google his name and visit one of his main repositories of work spread through the web on Amazon, Lulu, Issuu, YouTube, Twitter, and Facebook.


About Guido Alvarez


Welcome to the photographic database of New Media Art Educator and Cyber Artist Guido E. Alvarez. Alvarez is a former Fulbright scholarship recipient who received his MFA in Design and Visual Communication from Virginia Commonwealth University. He is currently an Assistant Professor at St. Olaf College in Northfield, Minnesota where he teaches New Media Art, Animated Art, and Video Art while he works on the development of his PH.D. dissertation conducting research on the subject of reality and simulation, with a personal focus in cyberculture, social networks and virtual puppetry. His PH.D. is known as MATX. MATX is an innovative Doctoral Program offered by VCU's English Department in Richmond, Virginia. This interdisciplinary Program combines: Fine Arts, Design, Mass Media, and English Literature with an special emphasis on intertextuality in electronic environments.


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Taken on March 11, 2006