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 © Steve Viscot (
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6 photo(s)
and 1 draft(s),
created on 11-04-2011
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18 photos comment(s)
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 © Justin Button (
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8 photo(s)
and 0 draft(s),
created on 10-04-2011
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22 photos comment(s)
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From August last year it started raining, and it simply never stopped. Over 5 months there was barely a fine day. By January, a flood came, in Queensland the flood areas were larger than the size of Germany and France combined. The flood also reached Brisbane, where I reside, and here I wanted to document the experience a little. From some shots of the incessant rain form 2010, to the flood itself.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2010%E2%80%932011_Queensland_floods

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Project:
 © Justin Button (
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0 photo(s)
and 0 draft(s),
created on 05-04-2011
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0 photos comment(s)
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Bukit Bintnag is Kuala Lumpur's modern, developed, shopping district. It is a far cry from the grungy cheap eats and markets of Petaling St in the KL's Chinatown (I will feature a project on that soon). Bukit Bintang has a multitude of glossy and upmarket shopping centres, neon lights, fashion outlets, trendy retaurants and clubs as well as streets of hawker food and massage parlours (reflexology). It's all about consumerism, bright lights and been 'seen'. These concepts are becoming more and more universal worldwide I guess.
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Project:
 © Steve Viscot (
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0 photo(s)
and 5 draft(s),
created on 02-04-2011
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Idol making and transportation in Kumartuli.

I'm redoing the Durga Puja series, with a new selection of images and dispite the riot of colors only black&white...
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 © Cristian Tomescu (
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12 photo(s)
and 0 draft(s),
created on 27-03-2011
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34 photos comment(s)
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Well, what can I say, just night walks in this vibrant, chaotic city.  Not a particularly beautiful nor a cultural metropolis, it seems all business, 90% mopeds (thank God, otherwise nothing would move), but with a distinct SE Asian character.   I tried to get away as much as I could from fashionable Lam Son Square and Park Hyatt where I was staying to areas such as Binh Than and Cholon (China Town), where hardly any tourist sets foot (at least I did not see any). Tips for crossing streets:  take a deep breath, place your palm over your eyes, and step slowly but steadily across the intersection.  I guarantee you won't get hit.  
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 © Francis Harrison (
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19 photo(s)
and 2 draft(s),
created on 25-03-2011
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57 photos comment(s)
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On the surface, life has is returning to normal, that is to say the Japanese are rushing to the morning trains, pushing and shoving to get to the kaisha on time. They're wearing the same old suits, they have their game face on... But underneath some things have changed forever.

Hundreds of aftershocks following the Big One have badly rattled our nerves. People are sleeping badly, the stress at work is palpable. The need to conserve electricity because of the mess at the Fuskushima nuclear plant means we work in darkness, and on grey days it is very dark indeed at the office, table lit only by the light from PC screens.

Innocent things like rain now carry an ominous weight, reminding people of the Black Rain that followed the first A Bomb at Hisroshima.

This modest little project in monochrome aims to convey what corporate life is like after March 11, in a country that has lost half of the main island to nature's fury, while wondering when the radiation will finally stop.


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Project:
 © Kev Ryan (
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10 photo(s)
and 0 draft(s),
created on 21-03-2011
1 project comment(s)
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16 photos comment(s)
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A city centre controlled and patrolled by troops, watched over by machine gun posts and snipers. The shops are boarded and deserted and 19,000 people have moved out to conduct their lives and business elsewhere. They have been displaced by just 500 people who have declared it their right to be there. They are guarded by 2,000 troops. Now and again shots ring out, sometimes more than a few. There are tragic consequences. In the ghost town of old Hebron only the dogs seem truly at ease.
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Project:
 © luis pisco (
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5 photo(s)
and 0 draft(s),
created on 20-03-2011
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3 photos comment(s)
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A song, a manifesto posted on Facebook and 800 comments was enough to move about 350.000 people of all ages who on last March 12 2011 in several portuguese cities spoke out their unhappiness an revolt against unemployment, low incomes and the lack of expectation in the future.
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Project:
 © luis pisco (
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0 photo(s)
and 0 draft(s),
created on 18-03-2011
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0 photos comment(s)
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A song, a manifesto posted on Facebook and 800 comments were enough to move about 350,000 people of all ages who on last March 12, 2011 in several portuguese cities spoke out their unhappiness and revolt  with unemployment,  low incomes and especially the lack expectations in the future.


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Project:
 © Hugh Siegel (
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2 photo(s)
and 0 draft(s),
created on 17-03-2011
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2 photos comment(s)
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The inexorable slayer of dragons.  The undeniable drinker of oceans.  The indefatigable dreamer of escape.  Breaker of rocks, smoother of gems, smasher of lives, progenitor of identities, rock star of the galaxies.
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