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Category - Photography
This shot of a fisherman patiently repairing one of his nets was taken at the fishing port of Essaouira, Morocco in September...Read More
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I should be more specific. Here in Slovenia, a kavarna is a café. This fiery orange scene was snapped back in October 2012 just outside of the city of Kavarna, a town on the Black Sea coast in northeastern Bulgaria. There was no coffee house...
Today’s Pics du Jour inaugurate another (near) daily photo project hereby dubbed the Street Crawl Daily Dozen, a selection of mobile snaps shot and collected in and around Ljubljana, the Slovenian capital.
This wall is near the Cobbler’s Bridge in Ljubljana’s old town center, the first picture I shot on film in ten years and two months. I intend to make many more. This journey ‘back’ began innocently last fall when on a whim at a...
When I'm asked to recall a window, I'm drawn to this, a lone woman's melancholy gaze breaking through the reflection of clouds on a bus window.
While family and friends coped with record sub-zero temperatures in North America, I spent Ljubljana's first sunny afternoon of the year on a 30km bike ride around the Ljubljana Moors. Temperatures here, not far from the shadows of the southern...
From elaborate gallery quality murals to the polemical scribblings by spray can-armed voices of desperate illumination, a new weekly series debuts
The third straight edition. This resolution is on a roll.
How much is a horse burger in your neighborhood? Here you can get one for 4 EUR, about 5.50 USD.
The premiere of a new daily feature (or, the folly of New Year's resolutions)
This is a shot of Cerro Rico, a mountain that towers over Potosi, Bolivia, that I snapped just before I was punched in the crotch by a four-and-a-half tall grandmother wrapped in brightly colored clothes. A post recounting the incident was...
Folk dancer Tatiana Arroba, creator of the Planet’s Best Smile in 2013 and subject of one of the year's most memorable photos
When masters provided table service for their slaves
It's a little dark in parts for which I apologize; it's also a bit heavy on sausages, for which I do not.
There were two reasons I wanted to visit El Alto, at one time a slum on the margins of Bolivia’s capital La Paz and now the country’s second largest city. One: It's the highest major metropolis in the world; and two: it's the largest...
A late afternoon panorama of the Slovenian capital.
For the #FriFotos theme, 'geometric'.
Another perspective on the world's fastest man.
Poetry and Puyuhuapi, Chile.
This was taken more than six years ago in Belgrade. I love the woman’s melancholy gaze breaking through the reflection of the clouds. It’s one of my all-time favorite shots, captured spontaneously while waiting for a red light to turn green.