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The black thursday

The accident has answer with rescue but there is no replacement or solution of the ruined countless life & damaged family’s.

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Take me somewhere else

Take me somewhere else

There was a brickfield near my village home. Then I was a small child. The brickfield used to fascinate me. Particularly, when I found workers making bricks from clay in a magical way.

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A child playing with a kite in a strong windy day. In the background the promontory Devil's Saddle. Poetto Beach, Cagliari, October 2014

Poetto Beach

Poetto is the name of Cagliari’s main beach and it’s also the longest and most popular Sardinian city beach… (photo essay by Claudio Sanna)

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Interview with Ian Teh, Dark Clouds

I was very struck by the fact that in same pictures people look like very small, almost miniatures, surrounded by the contest, the outside. Is this element functional to your purpose? I wanted to show that the people I pictured were overwhelmed by their environment. I see the workers in these places as cogs in […]

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Uummannaq, West Greenland – April 2013  Just like this worker moving boxes with a sledge in front of boats stuck in the sea-ice, Greenland today combines tradition and modernity.

Sebastien Tixier | Allanngorpoq

In early 2013, I went into a one-month stay in Greenland, sharing life with some of its inhabitants, up to the northernmost settlements. A trip from 67° to 77° parallel on the way up to Qaanaaq, with the aim to highlight the current mutations. From the very first place, the country undergoes the effects of […]

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Mahan Forest, Singrauli, M.P, India, April 2013

Vinit Gupta | Where They Belong

This Project, Where they Belong, metaphorically focuses on the worldwide phenomenon of development, industrial expansions and its consequences…

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Lahore, Pakistan.  An electronic and electrical waste collection area on the outskirts of Lahore.  In this place small business’ owners, look for wastes that they can use for recycling and waste disposal purposes or that contain precious metals.

Valentino Bellini | BIT ROT Project

Bit rot is a colloquial term used in the computerized information systems environment to indicate the gradually decaying of data stored on storage medias or software over the duration of time.

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The Ganga River in Kanpur. In Kanpur there are around 350 tanneries which dispose of their poisonous sewage water directly into the Ganga.. Kanpur, India, 22.12.2011

Sandra Hoyn | Poisonous Business – The Indian Leather Industry

India is one of the largest exporters of leather worldwide. In Kanpur, the fifth-largest city of India, there are more than 350 tanneries which dispose of their poisonous sewage water directly into the Ganga River.

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Ed Kashi | Madagascar

Images of the dignified and vibrant people of Southeast Madagascar offer a cross-examination of the intricate ties that bind all humans to the earth and raise questions about our planet’s ability to sustain itself.

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Ed Kashi | The Forgotten Land: Madagascar Out of Balance

Through the dignified and vibrant people of south east Madagascar, Kashi explores an alternative relationship with the earth from that which we are typically exposed to…

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Dhaka, Bangladesh - December 2011. A worker collects liquid waste from a ditch contaminated with chromium and other chemicals. This water is used to process low quality products in the smallest factories.

Matteo Cardin | Hazaribagh – Dhaka’s tannery

In Bangladesh, the leather industry is one of the most important economy. Most of the tanneries are based in the Hazaribag area, a densily populated neighborhood of Dhaka.

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PRIVATE 44 | REAL – Special NOOR Photo Agency

The goal of the photo agency Noor is to produce, publish, and exhibit long term visual projects on topics of human concerns to a broad international audience while maintaining the dignity of the subjects.

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