Blog - Category Archives: Street Photography
Series of photographs of the streets and ghats in Varanasi, India. Check out the full slideshow in the porfolio section…
Istanbul’s soul doesn’t quite belong to the Middle East, but it is also not a western city. It has a distinct European feel to it, including the shameless riches of a rapidly growing economy. Well on its way to become a world metropolis, it still has to find its new feet as the former support pillars of religious conservatism are gradually being eroded.
The Catholic church goes strong in Italy, and particularly in Sicily. To mark Jesus’ ransom sacrifice, each town puts on grand celebrations by parading large religious icons through the streets, accompanied by melancholy brass music. These procession may go on for hours and every town has its own agenda. Trapani holds the record for the most arduous procession, lasting a full 24 hours.
Syria – a society separated by traditionalist and conservative religious elements on the one hand, and modern influences from the west through economic ties and ambitions of a free lifestyle on the other.
Destitute refugees in Uganda are struggling to make a living by breaking stone in a quarry in Kireka near Kampala.
Check out the full slideshow in the portfolio section…