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09/29/2010 07:13 pm ET Updated May 25, 2011

From Thailand to the Highlands, Images Without Borders (PHOTOS)

This Saturday in New Orleans, Images Without Borders will host a benefit art show at the Shop of Two Sisters. If you can't be here in person, prints are also available online at the Images Without Borders web site.

New Orleans photographer Laura Bergerol and Boise photographer Stacy Ericson spearheaded the program to aid Doctors Without Borders in Haiti after its devastating earthquake. The project has blossomed into 700 images from 170 world class photographers including Matthew Oldfield, Tomas Van Houtryve, George Long, Gustavo Andrade, Ron Dubin, Amanda Stevens, Fred Shively, Jeffrey Lynch and Iain Sargeant.

From the Khao Luang Caves in Thailand to a hillside in the Scottish Highlands, enjoy this spectacular slideshow, then browse the Images Without Borders web site. Gallery Prints are offered at $100 and $225 and iPhotography prints are offered at $40 and $72. Once a print is sold, the image is retired. All profits go to Doctors Without Borders, minus the cost of printing.

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Amazing Images Without Borders Aid Haiti (PHOTOS)
PHOTO GALLERY
Amazing Images Without Borders Aid Haiti (PHOTOS)