Announcing my newly designed website with huge pictures. If you have a few minutes, please visit; PHOTOHUMOURIST.com
and spread the word. Thanks.
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Added by Paul Treacy on September 30, 2008 at 10:00am —
Here is my first attempt with video, some pics I did last week and a beautifull music from Nina Simone.
I hope you'll enjoy this... Critics are welcome! Thanks
bulb:Wall Street, the… Continue
Added by Gerald Holubowicz on September 27, 2008 at 9:52am —
Added by Rodrigo Aliaga on September 25, 2008 at 9:19am —
New Pic on Bulb!
Added by Gerald Holubowicz on September 22, 2008 at 5:00am —
Now that I'm back in London after some years in New York and my youngsters are settled in school, I'll be resuming my Photohumourist blog. I'll continue it here rather than at Blogger as I don't like how my pictures reproduce there.
Please stay tuned.
Added by Paul Treacy on September 22, 2008 at 3:18am —
This is just a heads up on my newly published book.
It can be ordered
Thanks for your interest.
Added by Paul Treacy on September 22, 2008 at 3:15am —
Mi deseo fue estar al sol o bajo la lluvia.
Al sol cuando había sol,
Cuando llovía bajo la lluvia
(Y nunca de otro modo),
Sentir calor y frío y viento
Y no ir más lejos.
Added by Luis Enrique Olivares on September 20, 2008 at 1:58am —
[This blog was originally posted on the Slideluck Potshow Network
, which is also under the "Ning" umbrella.]
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3RD
I arrived in Paris after a sleepless night a la Air France. Finally got to see Sex and City and the most recent Indiana Jones movie, so needless to say, I was feeling very cultured when we hit CDG. I Immediately bumped into long-time National Geographic photographer and Magnum member,… Continue
Added by Casey Kelbaugh on September 14, 2008 at 11:00am —
Yasukuni Jinja on the 60th anniversary of Japan's surrender
Because the Li Ying's celebrated but beleaguered new documentary "Yasukuni", I have decided to publish a "photo-essay", a black and white version of the photo feature on Yasukuni Jinja.
Yasukuni Jinja offers an amazing atmosphere, especially during commemorations. Group of schoolgirls, sightseeing tours, nostalgics of the imperial Japan, military-dressed… Continue
Added by jpdn on September 13, 2008 at 4:30am —
Jizo shopping street for elderly people is also known as the "Grandmas' Harajuku" in reference to the young-people dedicated shopping streets of Harajuku, Tokyo.
Located in the North of Tokyo in the district of Sugamo, the Jizo street shopping area is a very particular place in Tokyo: people gathering here are mostly old and middle-aged ; often in groups or couples with energy and enthusiasm...
Added by jpdn on September 13, 2008 at 3:30am —
Dudes, These blogs on Visionaires are pretty dull and not really blogs but adverts so Dispatches is offering a free subscription to the most interesting blog post we read between now and the next issue at the end of October. Good Luck, Gary
Added by Gary Knight on September 10, 2008 at 12:00pm —
A brand new airport, Changi Terminal 3 is more than shopping mall than airport.
until now, it is dedicated for Singapore Airlines (to certain areas; the rest of Singapore Airline flights are still in Terminal 2) with capability to handle Airbus A380.
A feast to the eyes!
Added by Igor Firdauzi on September 6, 2008 at 7:21am —
, it was name that will be associated to red light district in Singapore. The name itself is from Malay origin, said it is Kilang (mill/factory) as there were many coconut mill; however Geylang in Hokkian means also chicken cage. another theory said it is derived from Orang Galang (orang laut Tribal group).
Nowadays Geylang is red light district… Continue
Added by Igor Firdauzi on September 5, 2008 at 12:13pm —
The sun was rising and as usual hampered by clouds as this is Bogor
. I was standing on Suryakencana Street, extending alongside the entrance of Kebun Raya Bogor
. When morning came, the rhythm of life had just begun. People started their daily activities along the street the informal sector started to beat.… Continue
Added by Igor Firdauzi on August 31, 2008 at 5:40am —
literally means School, but in this case it is Islamic School
It was Public Holiday in Bogor. I walked around and found there is small and remote Madrasah 20km from Bogor. A madrasah that only accept boy and man as pupils, with dormitory and kitchen provided.
So I ask permission to take a… Continue
Added by Igor Firdauzi on August 31, 2008 at 5:39am —
As oil price is getting higher and higher, there is a change in kitchen from kerosene to wood again. but for some people they use wood already…
Added by Igor Firdauzi on August 31, 2008 at 5:38am —
consists of brass section, cymbals and strings and it is usual they perform in Chinese New Year in Bogor.
, with Liong (Dragon) and Barongsai were invited to make the Chinese new year more extravaganza.
Chinese new year is celebrated more freely after the fall of… Continue
Added by Igor Firdauzi on August 31, 2008 at 5:36am —
Kasongan, Central Java, is central of home industries for pottery, from utensils to accessories. All material required for pottery are taken from neighborhood, such as clay, wood et cetera…
Added by Igor Firdauzi on August 31, 2008 at 5:35am —
Nothing happened, Nothing Special in Indonesia Independence Day this year to me.
Same ceremony, same celebration, same in everything. Like everything is repeated in mechanically precise.
One thing I like is 17th August is on Sunday, so Holiday is shifted to Monday. I took one day leave on Friday and a very long weekend in a… Continue
Added by Igor Firdauzi on August 23, 2008 at 3:00am —
I'm working on my website www.gholubowicz.com
since a while now, I recently made two "major" update.
First, the Corporate section. You can now find my rate sheet in a pdf version
(also avalaible on gholubowicz.com/contact.html)
Second, you can now find a contact form in the "email" section. It's the easy way to get in touch with me.
By the way, if anyone… Continue
Added by Gerald Holubowicz on July 26, 2008 at 6:38pm —