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  • Holi on Rolls Royace

    Rudyard Kipling used a Rolls Royce for six years before he sold it to Kumar Ganga Dhar Bagla in London in 1927. He transported it to his Kolkata, the then known as Calcutta, estates. Henceforth it stayed in there as…

  • They come at night

    Outwardly they are few different from ordinary bed bugs. But these parasites are more resistant to poisons, they have long legs and they can crawl along smooth vertical surfaces

  • War is Death

    Victory Day parade is celebrated every year. The main holiday of the country. People will take to the streets of the city – children and adults with flags and balloons. Everywhere you can hear military songs, see theatrical productions and…

  • Absurd little messages

    Pessages or drawings that, whether intentionally or not, border on the absurd or veer into the surreal/

  • Self-timers from Bosporus

    Descending from hills, leaving behind us the Topkapi Palace, the sea of Marmara can be reached, precisely where Bosporus begins. The Kennedy Avenue runs toward southwest, coming up to the sea and following the old walls of Istanbul city. It…

  • The city for bicycles

    Ferrara is a small city in northern Italy, in the misty Po Valley. I don’t know who invented (and where) the bicycle, but I know that who lives in Ferrara uses it for centuries, probably from the day after its…

  • The Death of a Lot: A Thriving Bed-Stuy Corner Killed for the Legal Tender

    Once a garden with a clubhouse where cookouts and conversation were had, everything died the minute a developer stepped in to sell the lot.  Before the “Corn Lot” (as I called it) was destroyed, rows and rows of corn were…

  • Ballet school

    Ballet school of Lyudmila Dorofeeva. The Ballet project is connected with a small remote town where there is an international class ballet studio. Founder and Artistic Director – Lyudmila Dorofeeva, choreographer. Which gives children of all ages the opportunity to…

  • Silvesterchlausen

    Silvesterchlausen is the name of the Saint Sylvester’s Day festivities in Appenzell, Switzerland. A Silvesterklaus (or Silvesterchlaus in Swiss German) therefore is a masked person taking part in these activities and thus contributing to keep the Chlausen tradition alive. A…

  • The ruins of the North-East

    For years in Italy, the so-called North-East phenomenon has been hailed, studied, copied, arousing enthusiastic reactions throughout the economic world, which downplayed the negative aspects discharged on the territory. It is in the heart of this territory that there is…

  • The city and the ebb: minimal places and objects.

    At this beginning of the year 2023, I sense more clearly that the City is folding in on itself, in an increasingly withdrawn and closed position, that all vitality is ebbing away from it like the ebbing tide.The decisions and…

  • The Curse of Uranium : A Visual Journey Through Jadugora

    Jadugora is a tiny village noted for its hard-working tribal inhabitants, attractive scenery, and thick woodlands. In 1951, the Indian government found the uranium treasures of this area. That was a fortunate finding for India, which sought to become a…

  • Heterotopia

    For millenniums, humans have exceeded their biologically determined limits and have increasingly developed the ability to act and function on the basis of intellect, reason, and structured thinking. Memory, language, and the development of civilization have been fundamental in the…

  • Smile with the dead

    DĂ­a de Muertos, The Day of The Dead, is a traditional Mexican festival to honor the dead, with a long history, discovered more than 500 years ago, when the Spaniards arrived in Mexico and colonized it. It is known that…

  • Flor de marge (Edge flower)

    Kyiv was my home from 2004 to 2008. Even though I did not see myself as a photographer at the time, the seeds of what I would one day become were planted in those endless fields of grain. I bought…

  • East of the West

    The project was nearly finished just before the Ukrainian conflict began and then was stopped. But in the darkness of the new reality, it got a new dimension. Once the Tatars and the Russians fought against each other. Now they…

  • Loneliness or Solitude

    Perhaps my most favorite photographic form is this one. A person “inside” a place. How does someone place himself in the environment, in a region, in a place, in a landscape? Whether if it is known or unknown. Whether small…

  • Industrial nightlife

    Unpleasant, polluting, often dangerous, large industrial areas are areas from which, even if considered necessary, we keep away. Yet, in spite of rationality saying otherwise, moving among the ensemble of smokestacks, cranes, immense machinery, ancient and modern architecture mingling in…

  • Restricted Places

    EPG, Experimental Proving Grounds, are areas designated for the development and assessment of weapons which are offensive or defensive in nature.

  • The Last Week of Life

    Goodbye old man. you lived a long long life. 96 years of age and you died a day after your birthday and narrowly outlived the Queen of England. The end was not an easy one, I watched you for 5…

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