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Devoted

Pasqua processions, Holy week Easter processions in Sicily

Devoted. Italians take their Christian faith very seriously. And they show it in public.

 

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Ladakh – Lamayuru to Hemis

 

Lamayuru, Ladakh, India

The road begins at Lamayuru, but it already ends a few kilometers further after Wan La. The only way to get to Hemis is on foot. For generations, nothing has changed the country and its people more than the seasonal rains that reshape the valleys every year. Due to the inaccessibility of the area, Ladakhis live an isolated life devout to Buddhism and largely free from western influences.

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Kathmandu’s Spirits

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Religion and religious acts are pillars of Nepali society and are an integral part of daily life. Photographed in Kathmandu, Nepal.


 

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Turkey – Lives In Transition

Lives In Transition - Turkey

Turkey is not only divided as a country between the western and eastern cultures, but a rift goes right through the middle of it because of its rapid, and uneven, development to become an industrial nation. Continued economic growth of nearly 8% means that centres of industry and trade are developing a break-neck speed, while time, and progress, stand still in rural communities. The consequences of this transition are most visible in its economic and geographical form: young Turks leaving their villages to take on one of the many available jobs in the city while the government is frantically trying …

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Video: Homeless in Dehradun

VIDEO: The Aasraa Trust tries to get children off the street and into education.

Copyright Frank Röhrig

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Streets

The streets of Uttarakhand

Grab your stuff and photograph the extraordinary life stories that unfold every single day in the streets of Dehradun, India…

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Old Delhi

Life in Old DelhiLiving in the city – Indian style. A school boy spoke to me while I was loitering at a street corner. ” You will probably find it difficult to survive here”, he announced. Hm, can’t argue with that if even Indians find that hard…

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Sri Lanka – Slightly Chilled

Weligama, Sri Lanka

Oh island in the sun… nonsense. A steady low pressure area over the Gulf of Bengal drenched us to our pants as we were trekking the tea country in the Highlands of Sri Lanka. Global climate weirdness. But the fact that Sri Lanka is slightly chilled is nothing to do with the climate.

Check out the portfolio section for more pictures on Sri Lanka…

Copyright Frank Röhrig

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New York

New York

New York – street photo series of one of the most iconic places in the world.

Copyright Frank Röhrig

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Kolkata

Kolkata - India

India’s second biggest city is a daily festival of human existence, simultaneously noble and squalid, cultured and desperate. And everything is playing out before your eyes on teeming streets where not an inch of space is wasted.

Copyright Frank Röhrig

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