Photo Contest: How Georgia State Students Saw the World

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Gokce Sahin Bodrum, Turkey: "Breathing Turkey" won best in show during the Crossing Paths, Crossing Cultures photo competition. The self-portrait transports the photographer back to her favorite place in her homeland.

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