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  • #22034905

    shared by nural on 2017-06-23

    Some lovely photos from our #Vacation in #Bozcaada

  • #22021614

    shared by duffman on 2017-06-17

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    shared by duffman on 2017-06-17

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    shared by duffman on 2017-06-17

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    shared by lawypop on 2017-06-18

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    shared by lawypop on 2017-06-18

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  • #22025688

    shared by vicuna on 2017-06-19

    From Rethymno to Elafonissi beach, exploring the western part of Crete...

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  • #22025692

    shared by vicuna on 2017-06-19

    From Rethymno to Elafonissi beach, exploring the western part of Crete...

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  • Family Bonds (Philippines #10)

    shared by wil6ka on 2017-06-20

    I knew I had only a brief moment to have Apo Whang Od for a portrait. I had to wait for the 100 year old to finish her session to go to lunch. The place she hammered her tattoo was pretty dark, but I found a spot, which was just around the corner, where the sun was shining bright. Not perfect, but close by. As I got to know the family, I wanted to diplay the family bonds. Her brother Rudi helped us navigate the village and his granddaughter Grace Palicas is already stepping in to continue the tattoo legacy of her granny, who believes the art of the tradional tattoo mambabatok ought to be only transferred through blood lineage and only women do it...

  • Family Bonds (Philippines #10)

    shared by wil6ka on 2017-06-20

    I knew I had only a brief moment to have Apo Whang Od for a portrait. I had to wait for the 100 year old to finish her session to go to lunch. The place she hammered her tattoo was pretty dark, but I found a spot, which was just around the corner, where the sun was shining bright. Not perfect, but close by. As I got to know the family, I wanted to diplay the family bonds. Her brother Rudi helped us navigate the village and his granddaughter Grace Palicas is already stepping in to continue the tattoo legacy of her granny, who believes the art of the tradional tattoo mambabatok ought to be only transferred through blood lineage and only women do it...

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    shared by duffman on 2017-06-15

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    shared by duffman on 2017-06-15

  • the girl with the checkered suitcase (Uganda #11)

    shared by wil6ka on 2017-06-12

    Honestly I didn't have so many moments just walking around in Uganda. I had a busy schedule and so I embraced the rare moments of originality. Like this one on our last evening, heading to Kampala from Mpigi getting some Rolex snack in the streets. So many interesting faces and the girl with the checkered suitcase

  • the girl with the checkered suitcase (Uganda #11)

    shared by wil6ka on 2017-06-12

    Honestly I didn't have so many moments just walking around in Uganda. I had a busy schedule and so I embraced the rare moments of originality. Like this one on our last evening, heading to Kampala from Mpigi getting some Rolex snack in the streets. So many interesting faces and the girl with the checkered suitcase

  • the girl with the checkered suitcase (Uganda #11)

    shared by wil6ka on 2017-06-12

    Honestly I didn't have so many moments just walking around in Uganda. I had a busy schedule and so I embraced the rare moments of originality. Like this one on our last evening, heading to Kampala from Mpigi getting some Rolex snack in the streets. So many interesting faces and the girl with the checkered suitcase

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  • #22012786

    shared by vicuna on 2017-06-13

    The fascinating Balos Lagoon shot with the RealitySoSubtle 6x6 Pinhole camera and some old expired (11/2003) Kodak Ektachrome EPP 100

  • Toothpicks (Philippines #8)

    shared by wil6ka on 2017-06-13

    if you are a patatoe from mainland europe one is really still amazed by toothpick palms and impeccable beaches like the one at Nacpan, close to El Nido. I had the best time there and before I could lie down I was framing everything and capturing it for you....

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    shared by vicuna on 2017-06-13

    The fascinating Balos Lagoon shot with the RealitySoSubtle 6x6 Pinhole camera and some old expired (11/2003) Kodak Ektachrome EPP 100

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  • #22017858

    shared by duffman on 2017-06-15

  • The red island

    shared by fruchtzwerg_hh on 2017-05-31

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    shared by vicuna on 2017-05-16

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    shared by lawypop on 2017-05-16

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    shared by sevastyanov_dima on 2017-05-12

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    shared by sevastyanov_dima on 2017-05-12

  • #21937035

    shared by vicuna on 2017-05-07

    Had the opportunity to spend a Week-End in Eastbourne in a school trip with some students.... Really nice place!

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  • #21926021

    shared by zulupt on 2017-05-01

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    shared by zulupt on 2017-05-01

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  • Apo Whang Od (Philippines #1)

    shared by wil6ka on 2017-05-01

    This is Apo Whang Od, presumably the oldest tattoo artist in the world. I visited her in her home village Buscalan in the Kalinga mountains of northern Luzon. The 100 old masters the ancient art of the bâtok, the original inking of the mountainous philippines. She gets up every morning and is hammering tribals and patterns until midday. Only women practise the art in the village and she is passing her skills down now to the younger generation. This album is also the story of Rudi, her brother. He was our guide to the village and showed us around. The fame of Whang Od in nurturing the whole village...

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  • #21882602

    shared by duffman on 2017-04-11

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  • Baby Scale (Chernobyl #34)

    shared by wil6ka on 2017-04-07

    Dipping deeper in the heart of the abandoned hospital in Pripyat after the nuclear disater. The most touching elements were around the pedatric department with single standing baby scales and the cradles for the new borns....

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  • #21853897

    shared by bkspicture on 2017-03-28

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    shared by duffman on 2017-03-27

    Thikesy Gustor festival

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    shared by duffman on 2017-03-27

    Thikesy Gustor festival

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    shared by duffman on 2017-03-27

    Thikesy Gustor festival

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    shared by vicuna on 2017-03-18

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    shared by bkspicture on 2017-03-14

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    shared by bkspicture on 2017-03-04

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    shared by bkspicture on 2017-03-04

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  • #21800602

    shared by bkspicture on 2017-02-28

    A day at Gothenburg's Natural History Museum

  • Aye-aye

    shared by bkspicture on 2017-02-28

    A day at Gothenburg's Natural History Museum

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    shared by bkspicture on 2017-02-27

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    shared by bkspicture on 2017-02-27

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    shared by bkspicture on 2017-02-27

  • #21787314

    shared by vicuna on 2017-02-22

    South to Aberdeen there's this beautiful castle on the coast called Dunnottar....

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  • #21787316

    shared by vicuna on 2017-02-22

    South to Aberdeen there's this beautiful castle on the coast called Dunnottar....

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    shared by vicuna on 2017-02-22

    South to Aberdeen there's this beautiful castle on the coast called Dunnottar....

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    shared by duffman on 2017-02-21

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  • a Goat for the Champion (Uganda #4)

    shared by wil6ka on 2017-02-03

    There was a tight schedule on my yunus shoot in Uganda, but one night we stayed in Kira. On the next morning we went on a stroll and passed the football field with a sitting cow. Unfortunately a big match was just finished, damn I missed it. But I talked to one of the winners, who was sitting on a tyre. He said, that won a goat for their efforts. I liked that very much as a allegory...

  • On the Edge (Uganda #3)

    shared by wil6ka on 2017-01-24

    We went down the rails in Kampala. Along the way came some great people with incredible fashion. I stopped them and asked them for a portrait. Later, I discovered, that alongside to the rails was some sort of open butchery. Cattle and goats were killed here and right away smoked and prepared for further use. The remaining bones and hornes were piled up, which attracted giant ugly Marabous, who tried to steal some of the meat and flew over the area with their wid wings. I chatted with Moses, who is a goat-keeper and keeps his animals close to the butchery. I guess it's full circle...

  • #21646237

    shared by crvelasquez3 on 2016-12-09

    Inside deep Colombia