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Moth caught in a web. It's been dead a while.

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I reached a hand out to myself.

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Looking out.

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“Cause a little bit of summer is what the whole year is about”~John Mayer #sonya6000 #centralpark #centralparkmoments

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James reminded me of a lighthouse keeper. He is responsible for the maintenance of a generator that provides power to a satellite tower 1862m above sea level. He daily walks up the mountain from his house which is in the nearest rural settlement +-1250 m above sea level. Petrol is delivered to his house routinely in 20L containers. Sometimes he gets help from a friend. More frequently however, such as on this day, he had to carry the 20L container by himself. — SiSwati is a minority language in South Africa as it is only spoken by 2.7% of SA's population. In contrast to South Africa's minority, siSwati is spoken by the majority (95% ) of Swaziland's population. Hence being known as the language of the "Swazi" people. Most of SA's siSwati speakers (87% ) reside in Mpumalanga. These images attempts to provide a glimpse in to the diffusion, cultural adaptation and appropriation of contemporary siSwati speakers.xx

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Location

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The lonely payphone.

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Zomer

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Движение - жизнь, а жизнь есть путь.

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Clippah

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Expired Kodak max in low light conditions on a half frame camera... not he highest quality but still just as powerful with capturing the moment • • • 📷Canon Demi ee17 🎞Kodak Max 800 (expired )

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Not the most beautiful blues but I still like the composition and diptych style • • • 📷Canon Demi ee17 🎞Kodak Max 800 (expired )

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Shooting on a half frame camera was very interesting; still much to learn about framing and orientation • • • 📷Canon Demi ee17 🎞Kodak Max 800 (expired )

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Skrt

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It's not uncommon for Gogo's in rural parts to still graft incredibly hard at old age. Why? Well, populations in many rural areas of Mpumalanga and Swaziland are unfortunately categorized with high birth rates and high death rates. Swaziland has the highest prevalence of HIV-infected adults (26% ) in the world which constitutes to 31% of the country's crude death rate. This means that many Gogos are losing their adult children. Often leaving them responsible for the upbringing of several orphaned grandchildren. Wood remains the main source of energy for cooking in these parts .This Gogo was harvesting wood up Emlembe mountain with one of her several grandchildren. I was humbled to observe how these ladies practice "selective cutting", a more sustainable approach to harvesting wood according to the tree’s age and size as apposed to the common clear-cutting practices of corporate monoculture forestries. I can’t help but admire the strength and wisdom these Gogos behold as they attempt to work with nature instead of against it. — SiSwati is a minority language in South Africa as it is only spoken by 2.7% of SA's population. In contrast to South Africa's minority, siSwati is spoken by the majority (95% ) of Swaziland's population. Hence being known as the language of the "Swazi" people. Most of SA's siSwati speakers (87% ) reside in Mpumalanga. These images attempts to provide a glimpse in to the diffusion, cultural adaptation and appropriation of contemporary siSwati speakers.xx

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Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, 2014

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Leuk hostel

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Sugar

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Mural

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🖤🖤🖤

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Ati, a patriarch, is a member of the Zion Christian church. He and his fellow comrades are actively engaged with routine praying, dancing and singing 3-times a week. ZCC members can be identified by their military-style khakis, police captain-style hats, and the star/dove badge, dependent on gender. Ati, along with 1-4 million other pilgrimers migrate to Moria (origin of ZCC ) outside of Polokwane over Easter for a rowdy gathering. The church roughly has around 8-10 million followers, exhibiting exponential growth since starting in 1924 with only 920 members. Unfortunately, there's no census data on how many siSwati speakers are ZCC members. It seems however that ZCC is a universalizing religion as it continues to spread to neighbouring and international borders. Of course,I can’t help but wonder how ZCC diffusion will affect migration patterns of siSwati and other languages as time unfolds. . . — SiSwati is a minority language in South Africa as it is only spoken by 2.7% of SA's population. In contrast to South Africa's minority, siSwati is spoken by the majority (95% ) of Swaziland's population. Hence being known as the language of the "Swazi" people. Most of SA's siSwati speakers (87% ) reside in Mpumalanga. These images attempts to provide a glimpse in to the diffusion, cultural adaptation and appropriation of contemporary siSwati speakers.xx

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@photosbyjorge_ here! July 2019, #nyc Heading to Tokyo to hang out with the @tokyo spc crew. I will also be hosting a 4 day workshop October 10th to the 13th. Workshop includes 5 nights at my @airbnb for those traveling to Tokyo. We will spend all day shooting and all evening eating, drinking, and talking street. Link in my bio or visit www.nyc-spc.com/workshops. #nycspc #tokyospc #streetphotography

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July 2019, #nyc Heading to Tokyo to hang out with the @tokyo spc crew. I will also be hosting a 4 day workshop October 10th to the 13th. Workshop includes 5 nights at my @airbnb for those traveling to Tokyo. We will spend all day shooting and all evening eating, drinking, and talking street. Link in my bio or visit www.nyc-spc.com/workshops. #nycspc #tokyospc #streetphotography

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Yasya Polina Liza

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#👻

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#🕴🕴🕴🕴🕴🕴🕴

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My latest campaign work, inspired by 80’s modern vibes. Stay tuned for more ✨ Big thanks for the best team for involved in this campaign!

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Delightful Brass Doorknob. Ronda Oldtown. Andalucia. Spain. #medieval #pueblosconencanto

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