Dans la vallée du Pankissi, en Géorgie orientale, des femmes kistines de tradition soufie se réunissent chaque vendredi pour perpétuer le rituel du Dikhr.
This short photo-essay is a look at the many ways Brooklynites address and interact with the invisible, be it perceived demons, gods, a God—or the dead. As Herman Melville wrote: “Though in many of its aspects this visible world seems formed in love, the invisible spheres were formed in fright.”
This series documents the Saint Stephen feast in Ousilhão, Municipality of Vinhais, Portugal. These rituals are of pagan origins, Roman and Celtic. These figures run through the village, enlivening the party with tricks and mischief, spreading chaos between the population and the visitors.
Old Dhaka is the most crowded and oldest part of Dhaka city, always on its toes, in a boisterous way. Chaotically beautiful!! I found that spite, that vigor for life, that chaos in Old Dhaka; the kind of chaos that doesn’t make you feel uncomfortable but rather invites you to immerse in life whole heartedly. This is the kind of chaos I can romanticize, the one that vibes of spirits, of energy, joys and heartache and an amalgamation of varied sensory mediums.
Kurdish photographer Omer Karim uses his skills to capture artistic portraits, and the result is a fascinating photography collection that captures the spirit of cultures
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