Posts tagged: photoset
"from aerial shots of the torngat mountains to close-ups of mosses, from greenland’s icebergs to sam ford fjord’s towering cliffs, from the abandonned trading post of fort ross on nunavut’s somerset island, to kuujuaq, from young inuit children to their elders, from the arctic hare to churchill’s polar bear, from bright blue skies to stormy ones, michelle valberg’s photographs from ‘arctic kaleidoscope’, taken over five years and 27 trips, are a true testimony of the diversity, the richness and the beauties of the north’s people, wildlife and landscapes.”
"The mountains are our people." - Afghan proverb
When I first started this blog, I was simply aiming at a “resource” for myself rather than a “presentation,” in the stricter sense, where I was to share my views along others’ on a wide range of topics with only occasional dabs of Afghanistan here and there. But I realize now that there’s simply too much of Afghanistan in me and I find myself constantly pulled by a ceaseless current back to the mountains. And I know I’m not the only one.
Photos by Steve McCurry
Animals being creepy.
hooded figures in the dog park huh?
The dolphin though
more like the SHEEP
nope the Dolphin is looking like it could go for some human flesh right about now
WHAT THE FUCK IS IN THE GRAVEYARD
this has been a word from our sponsor.
An absolutely shocking campaign that is truly brilliant. These images are of actual human rights abuse victims taken by traveling journalists form a variety of countries that have been placed into Switzerland’s surroundings. The shock of seeing these individuals right in front of the public eye certainly shed new light on the issue and caused a global stir.
Bukhara - Uzbekistan
Long time no see, Mr. Fat Green Worm.
This is Simon!