“She turned to the sunlight And shook her yellow head, And whispered to her neighbor: “Winter is dead.” ― A.A. Milne, When We Were Very Young
These photos are part of on-going project “Sorry, you’ll never walk alone.”. You can see full story on my website: See full story
The 2014 Winter Olympics was one of the major sporting events in Russia. Despite the troubling politics surrounding the games, the fans were happy to enjoy the show. For many Russians, the Olympics became a public holiday and a kind of carnival, where everyone expressed their individuality.This series is about Sochi’s street life during the Winter Olympics.
Fifty four percent of people in Mumbai live in slums. These slums are built on undeveloped land with little access to public infrastructure. Resources for clean water and power are scarce. There are no provisions for rubbish collection and the area around the slums is piled high with rubbish and waste. However these slums show some of the most enterprising and inventive uses of the urban environment. These communities carefully balance the use of sparse resources and the reuse and recycling of materials. The slums are energetic, bustling communities full of hard-working, resourceful people. The businesses in Mumbai’s slums export […]
We’ve noticed that our Facebook group has garnered over one hundred thousand fans. That’s a lot of people, and it’s an indication of the growing worldwide interest in street photography. It’s also always nice to be appreciated, so we’d like to thank everyone who has visited our site over the last few years. The photographs that follow are a celebration of our little milestone. We look forward to seeing all of you again in the future. Alison McCauley Andreas Paradise Arindam Thokder Artem Zhitenev Brian Sokolowski Chema Hernandez Chuck Patch Dimitri Mellos Ed Peters Fabio Costa Gustavo Minas Julien Legrand […]