"Climbing For Apples"
Himalayas - Nepal
In love with Abhay Jodhpurkar’s voice, 3:12 and on to hear his rendition of Kalyana Thennila.
Freedom: Les Saints, Guadaloupe © Claire Leguillochet
* Grandmother and granddaughter.
Himalayas, Nepal / Aug. 2013
Leica Summicron-M 35mm F2.0 ASPH
Notes for an Epilogue Tamas Dezso
"Spiritual tradition and physical heritage are simultaneously disintegrating in Romania. Time is beginning to undermine centuries-old traditions preserved in tiny villages, in communities of only a few houses, as well as the bastions of the communist era’s enforced industrialisation, which became part and parcel of Romania’s recent history. One year ago, I began photographing the scenes of a world irreversibly decaying, the transformation of a Balkan country surviving the region’s hardest dictatorship. When capturing the still recordable milieu I am examining the parallel of a general tendency and personal stories: as resilient humanity condensing into symbolic destinies takes shape in the face of mortality.”
give a man a fish and you feed him for a day. teach a man to fish and
you feed him for a lifetimehe’ll ruin the oceans. photos by: 1. roland bach 2. jordi chias 3. thomas p. peschak 4. david lopresti 5. deron verbeck 6. brian skerry 7. claudio stoppato
Kailashnath Temple, also Kailash Temple or Kailasanath Temple is a famous temple dug…in the wall of a high basalt cliff in the complex located at Ellora, Maharashtra, India. It is a megalith carved out of one single rock. It was built in the 8th century by the Rashtrakuta king Krishna I.
The Kailash Temple is notable for its vertical excavation—carvers started at the top of the original rock, and excavated downward.
It is estimated that about 400,000 tons of rocks was scooped out over hundreds of years to construct this monolithic structure.
Sebastião Salgado. The Gold Mine,1986.Serra Pelada, Brazil. Gelatin silver print, 35 x 24”.
© Sebastião Salgado/Amazonas Images