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Photographs of the week – Old people of Asia

Photographs of the week – Old people of Asia

Old people are like long novels,their lives full of ups and downs, twists and turns, hits, near misses and losses, regrets and things followed through for good or bad. Each line on their face tells a story, like the rings inside a tree trunk. The gleam in the eyes, the mischievous twinkle, though dimmed somewhat, […]

Photographs of the week – Kids

Photographs of the week – Kids

Kids are natural posers in front of the camera. No inhibitions, happy and carefree. They provide a fantastic window into a culture – for it is they that will preserve the traditions and culture for another generation.   A number of kids I’ve met on my travels are unfortunately from broken homes or no homes, begging […]

Photographs of the Week – Mosques

Photographs of the Week – Mosques

This week the theme is mosques. Beautiful minarets, hauntingly magnificent at the adhan (call to prayer), powerful symbols of a powerful and often misunderstood faith. I started to visit mosques during my year in Jakarta (and learned that ear plugs are essential as the first call to prayer is around 4:30am), and have been captivated […]

Theme of the week – RELAXATION

Theme of the week – RELAXATION

Every week I select 7 pictures that make up a theme: This week: Relaxation. Enjoy 🙂

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