Photo of the Week: "Serving Abroad...Through Their Eyes"

Posted by Hannah Johnson
January 6, 2012
Embassy Bern Staff Descend Matterhorn

Each week, we will be highlighting a U.S. government photograph from around the world as part of our "Photo of the Week" segment. This week's photograph comes to us from the Office of Art in Embassies. Taken by retired U.S. Army Lieutentant Colonel Richard A. Fisher, the photograph captures the descent of the U.S. Ambassador to Switzerland and U.S. Embassy Bern staff members from the Matterhorn in southern Switzerland. Lt. Colonel Fisher submitted the photograph for consideration in the "Serving Abroad...Through Their Eyes" exhibition.

The "Serving Abroad...Through Their Eyes"photography exhibition is a collaboration between the U.S. Department of Defense and the U.S. Department of State's Office of Art in Embassies. The exhibition honors those who serve overseas, and aims to convey their experiences -- including daily life, friendship, loss, or triumph. Any current or former military, civil, and Foreign Service officer may submit up to 10 compelling photographs from their service abroad for consideration to be included in an expressive video artwork display that will be shown at prominent international locations. Submissions will be accepted now through February 20, 2012. Rules, guidelines, and entry forms can be found here.

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