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Sacred destinations : Borobudur | Aga Szydlik

Sacred destinations : Borobudur by Aga Szydlik

As the first rays of light break through the thick mist covering the ground, slowly and gracefully, Borobudur temple comes into the view. I close my eyes, deeply breathing in scent of jungle and lyrical call of Adhan, calling faithful to a Morning Prayer.

Tokyo | Manol Valtchanov

Tokyo by Manol Valtchanov

Tokyo had always been a special place to me from my first visit. Since then, each of my travels there has meant a sort of break dedicated to an emotional research and sometimes even more to an inspirational flat-out.

Amazon | Ana Miguel Carijo

Amazon by Ana de Miguel Garijo

The social culture we are coming from considers the future more important than the present, where so many people are obsessed with accumulating more and more things without stopping to think for one minute what for and at what cost.

Correfoc | Adam Buczek

Correfoc by Adam Buczek

Correfoc can be considered one of the most dangerous festivals on the planet where thousands of people gather on a hot summer day and parade tiny streets of Catalan cities while being sprayed with fire. The spectators are trying to get as close as possible to the fire in order to be cleansed.

Havana |  David Saxe

Havana by David Saxe

Havana is a city suspended in time, where life slowly drifts to a steady salsa beat. People are civil and friendly—they will argue baseball in the park, walk along the Malecon, make love, marry, and raise families

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Tribal traits and traditions by Trevor Cole

The Omo valley of Ethiopia is home to approximately forty tribes, living in climatic, social and political margins. I aspire to capture these people as they are, in a state of transition as outside influences increasingly make an impact on their indigenous culture.

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Chasing Mirrors by Joxe Inazio Kuesta

Many times I read and hear people say that some photographs have souls, that they reflect an essence, that they transmit a purity. And perhaps it is true, because often when I see a photograph taken by me I perceive something that I find difficult to express in words, and that it could well be that soul

England | Valeria Ranali

England by Valeria Ranalli

Valeria left her hometown in Italy, L’Aquila, just after her graduation and she moved to England where she lived for nearly 4 years. During her staying, she had the chance to visit and live in different cities such as Liverpool, Coventry, Birmingham and London.

The Beauty Of The Women Of Omo Tribes | Omar Reda

The Beauty Of The Women Of Omo Tribes by Omar Reda

Omar Reda is a Lebanese Designer & Photographer. Currently, he is a Creative Director based in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.He was Born in Tripoli in 1984, Lebanon. He Graduated with honor in Graphic Design from Notre Dame University.

El fin del mundo | Britt Vangenechten

El fin del mundo by Britt Vangenechten

Shipwrecks and Indians, fire and water, these and other images evoke the mystery and legends surrounding Tierra del Fuego. It’s a vast archipelago of thousands of islands, at the very bottom of the earth.

Omo Valley / Terri Gold

Terri Gold ; Poetic infrared imagery

Terri Gold is an award-winning photographer known for her poetic infrared imagery of people from the remote corners of the world. She is a storyteller who is happiest when she is in a world that is unknown to her.

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Inside Myanmar Monasteries by Irene Barlian

Traditions still hold out in the Myanmar’s countryside which has so far been relatively untouched. Myanmar was often seen as among the world’s most isolated nations. Although they had eased it’s 15 years restrictions on tourism, the country remains to be ancient and pure.

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Colours of Life by Avishek Das

Holi is a Hindu Spring festival in India and Nepal, also known as the festival of colours or the festival of sharing love. Holi is a two-day festival which starts on the Purnima falling in the month of Falgun, which falls somewhere between the end of February and the middle of March as per Calendar.

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Su battileddu by Marcello Perino

“su battileddu” is the protagonist of lula’s carnival mask. lula is a small village in sardinia where the archaic rite of dionysus’ death takes place every year during carnival.