I’m really drawn to people in the streets. I want to capture them in a way where one’s soul is preserved or rather his/her personality is preserved in the photo. That’s why I don’t try to talk to them before shooting to really see the individuality and the richness of their character. After I click the shutter, that’s when I’ll talk to them.
In this series we can see a lot of contrast, not just in the technicalities but also on what the photos show. I’ve observed that a lot of young adults here in the Philippines choose to go bum, not working their asses to work in order to feed their families. Then when they get old, they regret not doing what they can when they were still younger and stronger.
Excellent pictures! :)
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WiFi’s been hard to come by and I’ve been on the go pretty much none stop and getting to know my new trek mates so this post is a few days late. (sorry!) Whilst in LA I went on the VIP Warner Brothers tour. I was super excited about it as being a TV and film nerd it was really interesting for me to see how American studios are run. It was an amazing tour and Berlyn (our tour guide) was so informative and helped cater the tour to what shows we all liked. I would definitely recommend it and I’ll write a more in depth review when I get home.
Wonderful shot! :)
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The lifeguard station on our main beach in Umhlanga Rocks is being demolished to make way for a more modern one. In the foreground, bathers are showering off the sand, after their day on the beach.
Wow, don’t come across that every day! :)
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A hawker selling food on the backstreets. This is still a common sight in Penang. They are largely “extinct” in most other cities and urban towns in Malaysia where they operate in hawker centres and markets. Penang is considered a hawker food heaven among the Malaysian Chinese population and deservedly so.
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Good one! :)
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My best friend Jasmine and I have been trying to do this dang picture for years now. For some reason it took us up until this year to nail it. At least, I think we nailed it. The ocean in the background was the cherry on top, in my opinion. I think the hardest part of doing this is the fact that we always try when nobody else is around, therefor we have to use a self timer. That in itself is extremely difficult to time correctly!
Great shot! :)
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We had a really wonderful first week of R&D for Distance Duet at Pavilion Dance. We are using the text messages of real couples to develop the work. In Bournemouth we looked closely at the messages for clues about the personalities of the senders and researched ways of representing aspects of personality physically. We also tried different ways of incorporating sending texts to audience members during our showing at the end of the week. We’re excited to continue the project at Dance City next week.
Looks like an awesome project! :)
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Here’s a photo of a fellow passenger on the Celebrity Summit cruise my wife and I took to Bermuda this May.
Nice shot! :)
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Here is one of my daughter planning her next move! :)
Fantastic shot! :)
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There is a magic about the sea. People are drawn to it. People want to love by it, swim in it, play in it, look at it. It is a living thing that is as unpredictable as a great stage actor. – Cecelia Ahern
Great shot! :)
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Rotterdam based street artist and illustrator Daan Botlek is known for his minimalist form of character-driven street art. His ghostly white figures painted on old building walls, are depicted to execute daring escapes interacting with the space around them or passing in and out of unseen dimensions.
Excellent work! :)
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