Kenema, Sierra Leone. A member of the burial team at the city cemetery
Piazza Lina Bo Bardi
Blessed and Achille carry one of the hundred wooden slides cut from the logging place to another one closer to the main road where a truck will be loading and transport them to Bertoua, the biggest city in Eastern Cameroon. They need to open up a small path within the bush to reach the road.
Castle of the Winds
Statue of Liberty, iranian version, on the walls of the former american embassy in Tehran which was seized in 1979 during the revolution.The building is now home to a militia base, and of a sport club.
Praising the Lord, this boat full of Syrian refugees made it (safe) from Turkey. Skala Sykamineas, beach, Lesbos, Greece.
A typical New Zealand hut shelters backpackers from the elements in the mountains of Wanaka.
San Simeon, California, USA, 2014
The thing that got my interest on this view and on many similar scenes as well is the snow covered trees that look almost like sculptures. And when these ”sculptures” are illuminated like this the photographer in me has no other choice than capture the view to my camera
People gather atop the Marina Bay Sands ‘SkyPark’ overlooking the Singapore skyline. The ‘SkyPark’, 200m above ground level, is larger than three football pitches and has an observation deck, 250 trees and a 150m infinity swimming pool.
Rooftop housing extensions protrude from the tops of buildings in midtown Manhattan.
A Cheonggyecheon museum guide stands on a floor display with a video insert
Burial compartments at the ‘Suishoden’ crystal hall inside the cemetery building at Banshoji temple in Nagoya city.
In this hall, blue LEDs illuminate 2,000 small glass containers decorated with an image of the Buddha, each housing the ashes of a deceased individual.
Visitors access their loved ones’ ashes by inserting an electronic identity card at the entrance of the hall. This process then activates the appropriate compartment and lights it in gold.
At this temple, memorial services are held regardless of religious sect.
Therese Kirongozi, the Mother of Robots and president of Women’s Tech, poses above a half-completed humanoid robocop in her workshop. A talented and tireless entrepreneur, Women’s Tech is just one of Therese’s businesses. The workshop sits behind her third restaurant, which features a swimming pool oft-crowded with bikin-clad Kinshas teens, a bouncy castle for the kiddos, and a creepy, cartoonesque, life-size statue of Michael Jackson.
A man stands with his self-built Thai Airways replica plane in an abandoned lot on the outskirts of Bangkok. Thailand. 2014.
Two Buddhist monks walk through the monastery in Trongra Dzong.
A vendor takes a break from selling balls to watch beachgoers play in the piscinao.
A RapidKL train (local tube) approaches a train station in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Luis, 3, plays underneath a trampoline on the road from Fortaleza to Jericoacoara in Northern Brazil.
The Army Corp of Engineers carried out an ambitious plan to encase the Los Angeles River in concrete after catastrophic floods in the 1930s led to calls for flood control. Except for a few places where the muddy bottom was impossible to replace, the river was turned into a concrete drainage channel. The ecology of the river disappeared, making room for development and a flood-free city.
Lost. 2014. Lisboa.
Hot tub cinema viewers watch the disney film ‘The Lion King’ at the Bristol Paintworks, on the 10th of October 2014. The event was held over four nights with a cross section of people attending, but mainly the city's young student population enjoying the
On the Saturday of Nov 24, 1973 a United States Navy airplane (C-47 SkyTrain also known as “Dakota”) was forced to land on Sólheimasandur’s black sandy beach in the south of Iceland.
Graffiti artwork by Louis Michel Masai for the #savethebees campaign found around London.
Commuters stand in front of the Shaoyaoju station of the Beijing Subway. Beijing, China. October 2014.
Morning fog on the beach in Torreblanca, 3 km from downtown Fuengirola.
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