When I first came back to Brasilia I though it was going to be challenging to take street photographs because it’s a city that was made for drivers and neglected the pedestrian side, so I focused on a single area, the “rodoviária” which is the main central station made of various levels where the metro line meets all the buses. This shot was taken on a tunnel that leads to the rodoviária. I’ll be going back in June to continue the project.
هر آدمی جنایتکاری است که [هنوز] خود را نشناخته است.
Последний звонок в МОЦРО 117 прошёл пипец как трогательно! В очередной раз мы пускали скупую слезу и хлопали этой волшебной школе! 🤘🏼
Back to abstract 🏮🎩
Finally got an internet connection at home. It is so hard to get one in this country, wow. But finally did it, and all in Japanese 💪🏽
Faramarz is 58 years old and lives in Rasht , Iran. All the market shopkeepers call him Uncle Faramarz. After years of mechanic work, he has been selling charcoal for fifteen years at the end of the market. Years ago, as many cities and villages in Iran were still not being gas delivered and thus people still used oil and charcoal to supply energy, his work was more prosperous, But today, people no longer use fossil fuels; nonetheless, he is happy with his life. He has a big difference with other charcoal sellers or tradesmen; the merciful market uncle, despite his problems, takes care and feeds 30 to 40 cats. Uncle Faramarz is known for being kind. As he pushes the shovel into the black mass, his attention is on the cats. He feeds them three meals a day. Uncle Faramarz’s hands and face goes black as he works, but all say that his heart is white, clear and bright, with kindness that never ends.
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