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I`m living in small country - Latvia.I love Latvian nature and I would like to expose it to the world. Because sometimes people doesn`t know what is Latvia and where it is.

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Anthropocene – human traces We were here… In this work I am addressing the imprint that humanity is leaving on planet Earth. Through combustion of fossil fuels (oil, gas, coal, etc), herding and agriculture, mining, water diversion, species extinction, deforestation, etc.

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Being a Woman by Ritesh Ghosh

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Ever since I have been into photography, I had this urge to work on little Projects of my own through which I could address the societal evils and spread mass awareness.
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Veczemju cliffs by Jelena Osmolovska

EuropeShotVeczemju cliffs by Jelena Osmolovska

I`m living in small country – Latvia.I love Latvian nature and I would like to expose it to the world. Because sometimes people doesn`t know what is Latvia and where it is.
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Imprints by Charlotta Hauksdottir

AmericaConceptImprints by Charlotta Hauksdottir

The physical space of landscapes can be closely tied to a person’s identity, sense of being, and infused with personal history.
2 days ago 8 min 753
Anthropocene by Athena Carey

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Anthropocene – human traces We were here… In this work I am addressing the imprint that humanity is leaving on planet Earth. Through combustion of fossil fuels (oil, gas, coal, etc), herding and agriculture, mining, water diversion, species extinction, deforestation, etc.
5 days ago 9 min 1037
Aish Baladi by Grace Pui Wan Ho

AsiaB&WStoryAish Baladi by Grace Pui Wan Ho

Aish Baladi In Egypt To most of the people in the world, bread is a kind of food, but for Egyptians, bread is “life.” More than 5000 years back, bread culture already started in Egypt, Egyptians call bread “Aish Baladi”.
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The missing forest by Patricia Ackerman

AmericaConceptThe missing forest by Patricia Ackerman

The missing forest It is not the forest of milk of Dylan Thomas nor the mysterious jungle of Emilio Salgari. It is – just and nothing less – a handful of twigs that the time dried and the eye finished to dissect and isolate, until they float in black chamber, turning them into ideograms of an underground pondering.
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Fez Undressed by Alessandro Annunziata

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Fez, in Morocco, the oldest of the four imperial cities, is divided into the new and the old city. Located in a mountainous region, the old town is characterized by the intricate streets, travelled only by people and donkeys, the only way of transport allowed and used by the locals. 
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Abstraction at Source by Caroline de Bertodano

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Still Life Part IX by Stefania Piccioni

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White is maybe the most rigorous and psychological color, it seems to purify the surfaces, it’s a color that makes the vacuum merge. The empty spaces have slight contrasts of shape as a value.
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Terrific Times in Toronto

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In addition to being the biggest city in Canada, Toronto also has a big personality. The capital of Ontario is known for its excellent development and diversity in attractions, perfect for any type of vacation you might be planning. Regardless of what time of year you come, Toronto offers a special and unique experience, from winter adventure sports to pleasant parks in the summer.  A blend of history, modern style, and entertainment come together in Toronto,…
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Mundari cattle camp by Trevor Cole

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The cattle camp, seldom visited by outsiders, is quite simply incredible. I saw Sebastiao Salgado’s photo of these camps years ago and there is no change that I could see. The Mundari are friendly and enjoy being photographed.
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Federico Duenas ; Visual resources

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Sight is a continuous stream of visual resources that allow us to understand and interact with the world, but memory is selective and interrupted. Coming from a Cinema background I tend to consider images for what they mean during a temporal dimension, and time makes them ephemeral.
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DODHO MAGAZINE | MARCH 2019 | MASSIMILIANO BALO | ELLIE DAVIES | ERIC T.KUNSMAN | MARYAM FIRUZI | ANDREA TORREI | SEUNGGU KIM