Posts Tagged ‘Nepal’

Aaron C. Greenman: Simplicity, Magic and Renewal

© Aaron C. Greenman

We all mourn the destruction caused by the recent earthquake in Nepal, and the pain of a land that can, at the moment, only focus on survival, processing the pale of death and darkness in which it is immersed. At some inevitable point in time, it will begin to contemplate reconstruction and the light, and the smile, [...]

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Éric Lajeunesse: My Camera and My Nepal

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Éric Lajeunesse was born in 1964. He lives in St. Etienne de Bolton in the heart of the beautiful Eastern Townships Quebec, Canada and has been a professional photographer for over 20 years. Curious and imaginative, Lajeunesse photographs the world and its landforms, landscapes and urban classics as well as the people he meets. In [...]

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Manuel Uebler: Compassionate Images At the Intersection Of Fine Art And Reportage

© Manuel Uebler

The true nature of Manuel Uebler’s evolving quest, both as a photographer and a human being, is a story told best by viewing his timeless images of residents of an old-people’s home, Sadhus, street kids and useful objects with a human connection. But to understand how he came to be such a remarkably insightful and [...]

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