AmericaStoryLa romeria del Rocio by France Leclerc

Dodho Magazine 6 days ago 9 min 963
El Rocío is a small town in the country side of Andalucia which is home to the Virgen del Rocío, a wooden Madonna richly ornate who normally can be found near the altar of the town’s beautiful church. 

EuropeStoryThe fisherman by Sonia Fattori

Dodho Magazine 6 days ago 10 min 1168
A gaze into the soul To know, to make myself known and to know myself ... The fisherman welcomed me in his life, in his family and in “his” lagoon: a transitional environment, land and water that is not yet sea.

AsiaStoryVaranasi Ghats-Glitterati and Noir by Abhijit Bose

Dodho Magazine 7 days ago 15 min 927
I could see a small human figure emerging out of the darkness. The steps of the ghat were barely visible in the thick fog. It was like a magical figure appearing suddenly in front of you and you ask for a blessing!

AmericaStoryUFO: Un-identified by Annick Donkers

Dodho Magazine 2 weeks ago 12 min 1332
The actual idea for the series started after visiting the International UFO Congress in Phoenix. I was impressed by the multitude of people attracted to this event and the secrecy surrounding the theme.

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La romeria del Rocio by France Leclerc

AmericaStoryLa romeria del Rocio by France Leclerc

El Rocío is a small town in the country side of Andalucia which is home to the Virgen del Rocío, a wooden Madonna richly ornate who normally can be found near the altar of the town’s beautiful church. 
6 days ago 9 min 963
The fisherman by Sonia Fattori

EuropeStoryThe fisherman by Sonia Fattori

A gaze into the soul To know, to make myself known and to know myself ... The fisherman welcomed me in his life, in his family and in “his” lagoon: a transitional environment, land and water that is not yet sea.
6 days ago 10 min 1168
Varanasi Ghats-Glitterati and Noir by Abhijit Bose

AsiaStoryVaranasi Ghats-Glitterati and Noir by Abhijit Bose

I could see a small human figure emerging out of the darkness. The steps of the ghat were barely visible in the thick fog. It was like a magical figure appearing suddenly in front of you and you ask for a blessing!
7 days ago 15 min 927
UFO: Un-identified by Annick Donkers

AmericaStoryUFO: Un-identified by Annick Donkers

The actual idea for the series started after visiting the International UFO Congress in Phoenix. I was impressed by the multitude of people attracted to this event and the secrecy surrounding the theme.
2 weeks ago 12 min 1332
Papua New Guinea : Sanguma by Kristina Steiner

EuropeStoryPapua New Guinea : Sanguma by Kristina Steiner

Pictures of my project "Sanguma" The belief in black magic revive from ancient times with an incredible outbreak of violence in Papua New Guinea Ancient beliefs in sorcery or Sanguma are being catapulted into the modern age, driving incredible outbreaks of violence mostly against women in the highlands of Papua New Guinea.
2 weeks ago 9 min 970
Pushkar Fair- A Colourful Journey by Pritam Dutta

AsiaStoryPushkar Fair- A Colourful Journey by Pritam Dutta

The Pushkar Fair, also known as the Pushkar Camel Fair which held in the town of Pushkar in November at the time of Kartik Purnima. This traditional carnival brings thousands of camels, cattle, and horses together. This is a colorful, unique exhibition that attracts a large number of tourists from all over the world.
2 weeks ago 18 min 856
Somewhere in time by Loh Soo Mui

AsiaB&WStorySomewhere in time by Loh Soo Mui

Being the second generation locally born Malaysian Chinese whose grandfather immigrated from China, I was brought up in Chinese educational background when small, with an inexplicable liking for Chinese literature, paintings and philosophy.
2 weeks ago 8 min 792
The Island of Crimea by Stanislava Novgorodtseva

EuropeStoryThe Island of Crimea by Stanislava Novgorodtseva

When I was a child, Crimea always seemed like a sacred, apolitical place. It was an island with distinctive mythology and traces of ancient civilizations.
2 weeks ago 11 min 1099
Brexit : 208 ways to leave the EU by Michel Petillo

EuropeStoryBrexit : 208 ways to leave the EU by Michel Petillo

Three and a half years down the line, the Brexit project, fuelled essentially by UK right- wing party politics using migration as a divide and conquer strategy, remains stranded in the harbour. This historical political U-turn has shaken the very core of British democracy and its institutions. It has left businesses, UK and other EU citizens living abroad with an uncertain vision of the future. Nurtured on half truths or, as some consider, flat out...
3 weeks ago 37 min 1363
Emptiness by Kaushik Dolui

AsiaStoryEmptiness by Kaushik Dolui

Emptiness In summer months, Leh’s clear blue skies, stark landscapes and the deep valleys appear magical. The streets of Leh that used to be filled with visitors in summer now go nearly empty in the mid November.
3 weeks ago 9 min 910
Christmas trees by Seigar

EuropeStoryChristmas trees by Seigar

This series explores life, life as a circle. Though we are seeing these Christmas trees in their final moments, they as well as people have a beginning, middle and an end.
4 weeks ago 9 min 1575
Underground by Tatiana Bormatova

EuropeStoryUnderground by Tatiana Bormatova

Speleology is the study of naturally - occurring caves, and spelestology is the study of underground cavities not used for intended purposes.
1 month ago 22 min 1076
Pulikali – a folk art of Kerala by Rishi Devarajan

AsiaStoryPulikali – a folk art of Kerala by Rishi Devarajan

It is also called 'Kaduvakali', the folk art form of Kerala which is performed by a trained artist. The origin of pulikali dates back to over 200 years
1 month ago 14 min 1446
Mahogany Summer by Ari Jaaksi

B&WConceptStoryMahogany Summer by Ari Jaaksi

I own a small mahogany boat from the early -60s. I’ve kept the boat as simple as possible without electrical aids or modern conveniences. It is powered by an old two-stroke outboard engine with a rope starter and the steering uses an old-fashioned cable loop. The mahogany hull is no longer perfect but shows its age. But, like people, wooden boats age beautifully.  Summers up north are short; just a few months. But the days...
1 month ago 11 min 1505
Women’s sport by Sergio Ferreira

B&WEuropeStoryWomen’s sport by Sergio Ferreira

In the current model of society, the word sport is synonymous with health, culture and modernity, but also it means wealth. At least, that is the way the State considers it, as one of the great economic engines.
2 months ago 17 min 1501
St.Pauli by Manuel Armenis

B&WEuropeStorySt.Pauli by Manuel Armenis

Notorious for its red-light district and most famous for the fact that the Beatles started their career here more than 50 years ago, this workingman´s area in Hamburg, Germany, has always been a melting pot for people from all walks of life and backgrounds
2 months ago 15 min 2137
Photojournalism : Wealth by Mehdi Nazeri

AsiaB&WStoryPhotojournalism : Wealth by Mehdi Nazeri

Photojournalism : Bandar Abbas is the southern part of Iran. In this city, as one of the three economic hub of the country.
3 months ago 7 min 1715
Circuses by Nicola Smaldore

B&WEuropeStoryCircuses by Nicola Smaldore

This photographic project documents the harsh reality of a few circuses that are still active .. In the era of technology; internet, virtual reality and social networks, most traditional circuses with wild animals are closing rapidly because of more restrictive laws and also as a result of public disinterest in this type of art.
3 months ago 8 min 1073
Boxing Notes by Giuseppe Cardoni

B&WEuropeStoryBoxing Notes by Giuseppe Cardoni

Nonna Mira, the real boxing enthusiast of the family, set her alarm for 3 a.m. and called my father and me (just a boy) to watch big matches live from Madison Square Garden in New York.
3 months ago 8 min 1086
The Irish Travellers by Håkan Strand

B&WEuropeStoryThe Irish Travellers by Håkan Strand

The smiles, the laughter, the questions, the smells, sounds, families, dogs, horses, colors and textures …the Irish Travellers! I arrived at the halting sites in Western Ireland to learn about this remarkable group of people and their unique way of life.
3 months ago 16 min 1411
Museums’ spaces by Marco Musillo

B&WEuropeStoryMuseums’ spaces by Marco Musillo

Display is a photographic project on spectators in museums’ spaces, or in places where the view is captured by the public exhibition of objects with poetic qualities.
3 months ago 11 min 1168
The Provincial by Antonis Giakoumakis

EuropeStoryThe Provincial by Antonis Giakoumakis

What to write about the countryside and even its own countryside, since emotions are often contradictory within it. Conflicting emotions. Good memories and sad memories.
3 months ago 21 min 1578
Fishing Activity by Kaushik Dolui

AsiaB&WStoryFishing Activity by Kaushik Dolui

Fisheries play an important role in the economy of India. India is one of the largest producers of fish, both marine and inland.
3 months ago 10 min 1164
Charcoal; A dying trade in Malaysia by Grace Pui Wan Ho

AsiaB&WStoryCharcoal; A dying trade in Malaysia by Grace Pui Wan Ho

Charcoal, a dying trade business in Malaysia and cannot substitute by modern equipment. The factories located in spectacular mangrove forest since 1940 in Matang ,Malaysia.
3 months ago 15 min 1486
Leather Boyz by Chris Suspect

AmericaB&WStoryLeather Boyz by Chris Suspect

When I was in high school, I was bullied and sexually abused repeatedly by a few older boys over the course of two years. This is something I never told my parents about or anyone else for that matter. I hid it deep inside, embarrassed, unable to cope with the shame of the experience.
3 months ago 17 min 1417
A Thousand Lilies by Margrieta Jeltema

B&WEuropeStoryA Thousand Lilies by Margrieta Jeltema

Once a year the statue of San Antonio is carried in a procession through the ancient roads of the town of Bolsena (Italy).
3 months ago 7 min 1154
Calcio Storico Fiorentino by Marco Ponzianelli

EuropeFeaturedStoryCalcio Storico Fiorentino by Marco Ponzianelli

The Historical Football was born in Florence in the 16th century and it is a combination of soccer, rugby and wrestling world that nowadays is played in historical costumes.
3 months ago 8 min 1524
The Rumonge Market by William Bullard

AmericaStoryThe Rumonge Market by William Bullard

Burundi is a small, landlocked, and little known nation of 12 million people located along the eastern shore of Lake Tanganyika between the Congo, Rwanda, and Tanzania. 
3 months ago 13 min 1293
Old Times by Seigar

EuropeStoryOld Times by Seigar

Old Times is a photo-narrative series that tells a story of traditions and how these have evolved wisely over many centuries. The Hortobágy National Park, in Hungary, is a big place where people, animals and nature coexist together with the values of respect and love.
3 months ago 9 min 1160
Climbing Cholitas by Todd Antony

EuropeFeaturedStoryClimbing Cholitas by Todd Antony

I´m originally from New Zealand but have been living and working as a photographer in London for the last 15 years. Growing up in NZ, the outdoors is pretty much part of your DNA. It`s coded in there somewhere directly after Rugby.
3 months ago 18 min 1902
Between backstage by Leila Forés

B&WEuropeStoryBetween backstage by Leila Forés

The project “Between backstage” starts in 2015 when the Ballet school I attended in my childhood gives me a pass to be able to mix among its students in the previous moments before the grand exhibition.
3 months ago 13 min 1593
Against The Dark by James Schofield

B&WEuropeStoryAgainst The Dark by James Schofield

Against The Dark is a project on the visual depiction of anomie in British society, revealing the inconvient truth of the ever prevailing hostile environment that is enveloping the UK today.
3 months ago 6 min 1377
White Nile by Ana María Robles

AmericaB&WFeaturedStoryWhite Nile by Ana María Robles

In a hollowed trunk as a way of the canoe, we cross one of the White Nile branches.  Rushing river leaves, among its branches, fertile islands occupied by a community living in subsidiaries sharing everything, utensils, blankets, instruments and collaborating in the ancient daily chores. It is the "Mundari" territory, nomadic shepherds of the Nile.
3 months ago 14 min 2427
The Solitude in Prision by Riccardo Sanesi

B&WEuropeStoryThe Solitude in Prision by Riccardo Sanesi

The impression that as soon as you enter a prison is loneliness. You enter the tunnel at the time of arrest. In prison you breathe the heavy imprint of this condition that begins to mark the existence.
3 months ago 13 min 1285
Net fishing in Rodrigues island by Pascal Lagesse

AfricaB&WStoryNet fishing in Rodrigues island by Pascal Lagesse

Every year, on the 1st of March in Rodrigues island in the Indian Ocean, the net fishing season in launched. Groups of fishermen and women join forces and set their nets in the wide lagoon to catch fish.
3 months ago 13 min 1219
Fishermen of Guanabara Bay by Andrew Christian Johnson

AmericaStoryFishermen of Guanabara Bay by Andrew Christian Johnson

It is estimated that between 5000 and 18,000 registered/unregistered artisanal fishermen operate in the bay. Fishermen have borne the economic cost of its environmental degradation more than any other group.
3 months ago 12 min 1074
Ali Hashem Daily Work by Mehdi Nazeri

AsiaStoryAli Hashem Daily Work by Mehdi Nazeri

Irans Hormuz Island has one of the worlds most famous red ocher  mines, from which ocher is extracted, and a long history in the countrys mining industry.
4 months ago 7 min 1439
Station to station by Gary Dawes

B&WEuropeStoryStation to station by Gary Dawes

Station to station is a personal project they give me the creative freedom to explore and carry out my own ideas,I really could not see anyone giving me the kind of projects I set for myself.
4 months ago 15 min 1423
Dougs Cabin by Karianne Bueno

EuropeStoryDougs Cabin by Karianne Bueno

For over forty-five years, Doug has been living in the desolate rain forest of Vancouver Island, Canada. I met him on his campsite in 2010, and he has been in my thoughts ever since.
4 months ago 11 min 1164
The Road from Bujumbura by William Bullard

AmericaStoryThe Road from Bujumbura by William Bullard

Burundi is a small, landlocked, and little known nation of 12 million people located along the eastern shore of Lake Tanganyika between the Congo, Rwanda, and Tanzania. 
4 months ago 13 min 1301
Varanasi- Life, Ashes and Heaven By Abhijit Bose

AsiaStoryVaranasi- Life, Ashes and Heaven By Abhijit Bose

Ashes were flying everywhere. The smell of the burning ghat was choking my senses. I was standing at one of the corners of Manikarnika Ghat, the famous Hindu burning ghat of Varanasi.
4 months ago 18 min 1314
Giro di Bitta – Youth on cargo ship by Gianluca Micheletti

EuropeStoryGiro di Bitta – Youth on cargo ship by Gianluca Micheletti

Story about young people who chose careers as officers in the merchant navy. (It is said in jargon "giro di bitta” the eye formed by the upper stripe which indicates the rank of officer on the uniforms).
4 months ago 13 min 1139
New Orleans to Nashville by Benjamin Angel

B&WEuropeFeaturedStoryNew Orleans to Nashville by Benjamin Angel

A large part of modern music is born in the cities located between New Orleans and Nashville. New Orleans (Louisiana) is the birth place of jazz music. It is still packed with jazz clubs around the Faubourg Marigny and on the (in)famous Bourbon street.
4 months ago 9 min 1506
Another world by Maria Grazia Beruffi

B&WEuropeStoryAnother world by Maria Grazia Beruffi

Dream, fear, hard work and endless love. This is my nephew's world, but also  many others’  who have a different perception of the reality. It is the so called ”Asperger syndrome", but I would say it is the most mysterious and uncontaminated state of mind. 
4 months ago 10 min 1347
Identity by Camila Berrio

B&WEuropeStoryIdentity by Camila Berrio

When responding to the inevitable endeavor of attempting self-definition, I tackled the dimension of gender through the resulting series Identity. From personally having moments of disengagement with the sensation of womanhood from my body
4 months ago 11 min 1435
Ganga Sagar by Kaushik Dolui

AsiaB&WStoryGanga Sagar by Kaushik Dolui

India is blessed with diverse culture and each region has its own traditional and festivals they celebrate with proud and joy. Gangasagar Mela, spiritual and cultural event is one of such festival of India celebrated mid January every year attracts thousands of pilgrimage from all around the country.
4 months ago 11 min 1273
Irish Travellers by Joseph-Philippe Bevillard

AmericaFeaturedStoryIrish Travellers by Joseph-Philippe Bevillard

Since 2009, I have been documenting Irish Travellers using a b&w film medium format camera. But an unfortunate incident occurred when I realised I left my bag full of Hasselblad film cameras and lenses on the train from Venice to Rome in May 2018. Following the unfortunate event, I still had the digital camera that I used for personal travel and I said to myself ‘Why not try using digital camera’ for my environmental portrait...
4 months ago 21 min 2377
Nickel by Alexandra Gromova

EuropeFeaturedStoryNickel by Alexandra Gromova

The town of Nickel was founded in 1935. It used to be called Kolosjoki: Finnish geologists who studied nickel ores used to live and work here.
4 months ago 13 min 2781
Pearl by Ogulcan Arslan

EuropeStoryPearl by Ogulcan Arslan

They were, following their domestication, creatures providing mankind’s travels and communication on the first hand.Nowadays, while everyone can communicate with smartphones or applications even from hundred of thousands kilometers away
4 months ago 11 min 1266
So Coney! by David Godichaud

EuropeFeaturedStorySo Coney! by David Godichaud

Coney island isn't only Wonder Wheel and burger shops. It is also and before New York's beach where all communities from Manhattan, the Bronx, Brooklyn and Queens are merging during summers to escape the heat.
4 months ago 9 min 3724
Government of childhood by Yuliya Pavlova

EuropeStoryGovernment of childhood by Yuliya Pavlova

What happens with children who didn't suffer any traumatic experiences?  How will they grow up? In my project, I tried to show the future society where children grow up in a closed institution.
4 months ago 10 min 1313
Anamika Chowdhury – The river’s pollution

AsiaStoryAnamika Chowdhury – The river’s pollution

To save a river from the clutches of pollution to make our city a better living place and prioritizing the health of surrounding inhabitant immediate attention and initiatives must be taken by responsible people.
5 months ago 10 min 2260
Displaced by Nektarios Markogiannis

B&WEuropeStoryDisplaced by Nektarios Markogiannis

Home and Away, is personal project documenting the lives of the displaced in South Sudan. The Sudan, after an almost half a century long civil war, was finally divided into two countries.
5 months ago 11 min 1591
The dark tribe by Aga Szydlik

AfricaStoryThe dark tribe by Aga Szydlik

Jammu and Kashmir is the northernmost state in India, surrounded on the north by Afghanistan and China, on the east by China, on the south by Himachal Pradesh and on the west by the north-west Pakistan. 
5 months ago 18 min 1397
A day at the beach by Efrat Sela

AsiaStoryA day at the beach by Efrat Sela

It all started about 13 years ago when a dear woman named Tzvia invited a Palestinian family to a private family event. At the end of the event, the Palestinian father asked how far the sea was, and she replied that it wasn’t far and could be seen.
5 months ago 15 min 1968
Smoking Chefs by Jan Enkelmann

EuropeStorySmoking Chefs by Jan Enkelmann

Mine is a slightly different approach to street photography. Although most of my personal work is about people in public spaces, my images always have a theme, rather than just me waiting for the perfect light or someone walking into a scene.
5 months ago 12 min 1696
Huésped by Diego Moreno

AmericaStoryHuésped by Diego Moreno

I grew up in a family environment where domestic violence is one of the most marked circumstances in my life, the same setback that has made me constantly migrate.
5 months ago 10 min 2033
What we learn with joy we never forget by Sanghamitra Bhattacharya

AsiaStoryWhat we learn with joy we never forget by Sanghamitra Bhattacharya

A school is a building that has four walls with tomorrow inside.” Lon Watters. School, a place where we start our together learning, is considered as Alma-mater as it It develops humanity, rational thoughts.
6 months ago 21 min 2031
Haridwar – Sacred City by Arup Biswas

AsiaStoryHaridwar – Sacred City by Arup Biswas

Haridwar city is an ancient and it is one of the most sacred city  In India or a beautiful tourist place where blends spiritual causes and natural reasons which make it most popular among the all communities of people of the globe.
6 months ago 22 min 1709
Impressions of India by Marco Campi

B&WEuropeStoryImpressions of India by Marco Campi

I first visited India in 1997 when my work as a scientific researcher brought me to Bangalore. I had the fortune to be there on my own, … with more than 1 billion Indians around me, of course.
6 months ago 15 min 2008
IDP: Internal Displaced People by Stefan Steinmann

B&WEuropeStoryIDP: Internal Displaced People by Stefan Steinmann

The world is my base and my curiosity my compass. Moments are the fundamental target of my camera. During my journey around the world, I have had lots of different moments but this one was particularly memorable. 
6 months ago 14 min 1537
Bhandara Festival of Pattankodoli by Arun Saha

AsiaStoryBhandara Festival of Pattankodoli by Arun Saha

Rural Maharashtra is widely known to its people as the abode of its various regional gods and the colorful vivid celebration related to them.
6 months ago 17 min 2162
Metalheads of Botswana by Frank Trimbos

EuropeStoryMetalheads of Botswana by Frank Trimbos

Botswana enjoys a growing number of heavy metal aficionados. Albeit small, the enthusiasm is no less. Actually, probably because the heavy metal community is so small across Africa, the dedication seems all the time more intense.
6 months ago 12 min 1955
Tsaatan – The last reinder tribe by Matteo Maimone

B&WEuropeStoryTsaatan – The last reinder tribe by Matteo Maimone

In Mongolia to the discovery of the last reindeer Dukha men and shamanic rituals. Mongolia is most impressive landscape with a strong spirituality. We start from the tales of the conquests by Genghis Khan and his valiant warriors and then we move on to the beauty that only nature can constantly give.
6 months ago 25 min 1590
Guilty or Innocent? by Seigar

EuropeStoryGuilty or Innocent? by Seigar

We encountered these hay bales which had been on fire in a field and she started to speculate who could have set them alight. On the other hand, she also pointed out the theory that the hot weather may have been the cause.
6 months ago 8 min 1564
The ancient culture of Mentawai by Matteo Maimone

EuropeStoryThe ancient culture of Mentawai by Matteo Maimone

In the middle of the rainforest on the island of Siberut, in the Mentawai archipelago, is one of the oldest and best preserved indigenous cultures in the world, discovered only around 1930, called Mentawai.
6 months ago 20 min 1862
Hermanito by François Maurel

B&WEuropeStoryHermanito by François Maurel

"Hermanito" is a photographic life experience in the heart of a family of the Arhuacos tribe in Colombia. I have been working for 10 years on the peoples of the world, on our changing societies.
6 months ago 28 min 2381
Windows by Sandipa Malakar

AsiaStoryWindows by Sandipa Malakar

From my childhood, windows fascinate me a lot. Whenever I was in my room it was the only connection to the outer world. It seems freedom to me; freedom of thinking, freedom of dreaming, freedom of traveling  anywhere , anytime.
6 months ago 11 min 1434
Paranapiacaba by Miguel Melleiro Junior

AmericaStoryParanapiacaba by Miguel Melleiro Junior

Paranapiacaba is a small railway village located in the Atlantic Forest, in the city of Santo André - State of São Paulo - Brazil, has a population of approximately 1000 inhabitants
6 months ago 10 min 4080
Death flows, hope floats, life flies by Sankar Sridhar

AsiaStoryDeath flows, hope floats, life flies by Sankar Sridhar

Infamous as one of the planet's most polluted rivers, the Yamuna starts as a Himalayan glacial stream, pure and full of promise. By the time it reaches Delhi, India's teeming capital city, it becomes a foul sewage drain
7 months ago 10 min 1956
Habitual defense by Ilya Petrov

EuropeStoryHabitual defense by Ilya Petrov

Many internet users these days wish to keep their anonymity and resort to hidden areas of World Wide Web (Darknet). One of the web-pages in the Darknet has anonymous Q&A service.
7 months ago 8 min 1627
A letter from my mom by Raisa Mikhailova

EuropeStoryA letter from my mom by Raisa Mikhailova

Time covers our memory like a peculiar stencil, leaving only separate spots - things we can recall. Some of these spots are clear and vivid; others are just vague imminently fading impressions.
7 months ago 13 min 2216
I am a woman by Aleksandr Kutsepalov

EuropeStoryI am a woman by Aleksandr Kutsepalov

These photos are from the project "I am a WOMAN". Only as we get older do we begin to understand some things that used to seem different. We begin to notice what used to be taken for granted.
7 months ago 11 min 1981
The ramadan reckoning in Delhi by Aman Chotani

AsiaStoryThe ramadan reckoning in Delhi by Aman Chotani

Bustling amidst the sounds of music playing through loudspeakers at every nook and corner of the city or the call for fresh rooh-afza that stirs the soul into a frenzy, Ramadan in Delhi arrives.
7 months ago 11 min 1600
Hindu Youth by Kai Yokoyama

AsiaB&WStoryHindu Youth by Kai Yokoyama

In Batticaloa, Sri Lanka. This area was affected by the 2004 tsunami. The monk left the damaged temple intact and built a new temple next to it.
7 months ago 8 min 1684
15 Years of silence by Mikhail Kalarashan

EuropeStory15 Years of silence by Mikhail Kalarashan

My acquaintance with Sergey occurred in the strange stage of my life. Now it is quite complicated to answer what has affected on my decision to come to Tsipovo on the way to home.
7 months ago 28 min 27925
Discovering the Chin Festival by Matteo Maimone

EuropeStoryDiscovering the Chin Festival by Matteo Maimone

The mountainous Chin state in the mid-1500s was conquered by the Burmese and at the end of the 1800s by the British, gaining independence only in late 1974. Its capital Hakha, along with places like Mindat, and Mount Victoria itself, are the beating heart of the state, making it a landscape characterized by mountain chains, verdant hills and sandy stretches, where the few roads and road networks begin to become space to increase tourism, tourism...
7 months ago 21 min 1733
Iceland by Sophie Oddo

B&WEuropeStoryIceland by Sophie Oddo

In 2015, I moved to Iceland for about six months. Student in the Academy of the Arts of Reykjavik, I discovered the Icelandic everyday life. Far from tourist dreams, living from day to day a « behind the scene » of a small country, living in the heart of mass tourism.
7 months ago 24 min 1764
Cornucopia by Panos Charalampidis and Mary Chairetaki

EuropeStoryCornucopia by Panos Charalampidis and Mary Chairetaki

“Cornucopia” (horn of plenty), is a personal artistic research on the Lassithi plateau’s elusive identity. Lassithi plateau, situated at 840m ASL on the island of Crete, is a natural fortress with a particularly fertile land, surrounded by mountains.
7 months ago 11 min 2962
Special Children of Kattankudy by Kai Yokoyama

AsiaStorySpecial Children of Kattankudy by Kai Yokoyama

In a country that is 70% Buddhist, but almost all of the 40,000 people in the city believe in Islam. Forty students attend the school "Zahira Special School" for children with disabilities.
7 months ago 11 min 1714
Naturalia by Jonk

EuropeStoryNaturalia by Jonk

Chronicle of Contemporary Ruins Jonk travels the world looking for abandoned places. Today, he has visited more than one thousands of them in more than forty countries on four continents.
8 months ago 10 min 1554
Chorrillo Esperanza by Tamara Arranz

EuropeStoryChorrillo Esperanza by Tamara Arranz

“El Chorrillo” was founded in 1915 by workers and students, mostly African-descendent, who arrived to the Panamanian capital looking for a job at the Canal.
8 months ago 11 min 1680
Armenia by Karineh Gurjian

AmericaStoryArmenia by Karineh Gurjian

As a photographer who enjoys traveling around the world capturing the food, culture, and the great diversity of this beautiful planet, I like to do some detailed research before working on a project.
8 months ago 13 min 1625
Xakriaba – A fading culture by Eduardo Moreira

AmericaB&WStoryXakriaba – A fading culture by Eduardo Moreira

This work is a tribute to the Xacriaba, one of the many indigenous people of Brazil. A way to record in images a brave and noble people and their way of living. A culture that is fading and that may be lost forever.
8 months ago 15 min 1826
Umbilical Cord by Raisa Mikhailova

EuropeStoryUmbilical Cord by Raisa Mikhailova

Relationship with her mother is a cornerstone of a woman’s life, as at some point in live she becomes a mother herself. Even grown up women are often guided by their mothers’ opinions, feel the need of their approval and support.
8 months ago 30 min 1800
The Museum of Kaos by Poem Baker

B&WEuropeStoryThe Museum of Kaos by Poem Baker

Goth’s undying legacy has been around since the late 1970’s and it’s extreme dark aesthetic continues to permeate mainstream culture today. It’s ability to reinvent itself and evolve has made it one of the most enduring of London subcultural tribes, with the new generation incorporating high-fashion and runway looks into their club wear.
8 months ago 11 min 2315
Haridwar – The Gateway to the Gods by Amlan Sanyal

AsiaStoryHaridwar – The Gateway to the Gods by Amlan Sanyal

Haridwar is one of the most popular Hindu pilgrimage places in India.  It is also regarded as one amongst the seven holiest cities by Hindus. It is a place rich in culture and civilization which blend smoothly into each other giving this city a typical, rustic charm that is irresistible for many. 
8 months ago 17 min 1834
Alice de Kruijs ; Do you hear me?

EuropeStoryAlice de Kruijs ; Do you hear me?

Approximately 500 babies, toddlers and children under age 3 currently live incarcerated with their mothers in prisons across Mexico. They have been described as “the invisible children.”
8 months ago 11 min 1621
Bhutan by Richard Murai

AmericaB&WStoryBhutan by Richard Murai

As light moves, shadows shift and practitioners of an ancient faith pray, reflect and persevere amidst exquisite symbols and iconography.
8 months ago 13 min 1671
Aoling Festival : Beholding the Konyak Tradition by Tania Chatterjee

AsiaStoryAoling Festival : Beholding the Konyak Tradition by Tania Chatterjee

Different harvest festivals are celebrated differently in various parts of India. The Aoling festival is the annual ‘Spring Festival’ of tattooed head hunters belonging to the Konyak tribe of Nagaland. 
8 months ago 11 min 2020
When I dream by Matveeva Olga

EuropeStoryWhen I dream by Matveeva Olga

The drunk man was in a hurry to leave the bus and pushed me. I have lost consciousness. There was a concussion. And after that I have become blind on one eye. I cried. I had a lot of questions: what for? Why? I had insomnia.
8 months ago 7 min 1660
Taiwanese aborigines by Hsuan Chung

AsiaB&WStoryTaiwanese aborigines by Hsuan Chung

Taiwanese aborigines are optimistic. They accept life as it is, and live in harmony with nature. Their languages are also the very origins of Austronesian languages.
8 months ago 15 min 2380
Vegetable Peddler by Yoshitaka Masuda

AsiaFeaturedStoryVegetable Peddler by Yoshitaka Masuda

In Japan, baby boomers continue to grow older, and the population 75 years or older has grown to be 13.3% of the total population. 6.1% of these women and 2.7% of these men cannot go out shopping or ask a relative living elsewhere to assist them.
8 months ago 10 min 1799
Mahasivaratri – Kaveripattinam by Keerthivasan Nadarajan

AsiaStoryMahasivaratri – Kaveripattinam by Keerthivasan Nadarajan

Sivaratri celebrates the convergence of Siva and shakti. The "Mayana soora Thiruvizha" is a festival dedicated to Angalamman [a fierce guardian deity worshipped widely in Southern India] and is celebrate the small village of kaveripattinam, the day after Mahasivarathri [the great night of Lord Shiva ].
8 months ago 12 min 1348
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