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Hello Photography Lovers.My name is Alen Pasalic.I live in Bosnia and Herzegovina and photography is huge and important part of my life. On my blog/portfolio site you will not find many words, i want to speak through my photography.With this shot I want to show you my work as a freelancer photographer.Why this photo?Well, this shot say many things about what I love to photograph and where my photography is right now;People, places, clean, emotional photography.Link to my Tumblr Blog / Portfolio site:www.alenpasalic.comCheersAlen

photographersdirectory:

Hello Photography Lovers.

My name is Alen Pasalic.
I live in Bosnia and Herzegovina and photography is huge and important part of my life. On my blog/portfolio site you will not find many words, i want to speak through my photography.


With this shot I want to show you my work as a freelancer photographer.
Why this photo?
Well, this shot say many things about what I love to photograph and where my photography is right now;
People, places, clean, emotional photography.

Link to my Tumblr Blog / Portfolio site:
www.alenpasalic.com

Cheers
Alen

2 weeks ago
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The British Museum
El British Museum

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The British Museum

El British Museum

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Hiromu Kira, The Thinker, 1930

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Hiromu Kira, The Thinker, 1930

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Photos of Japan’s middle-aged female abalone divers

Photographer Nina Poppe has opened our eyes in a big way. Thanks to her fascination with female niche communities, she’s been able to follow a group of Japanese abalone divers in the spring and late summer to catch some pretty extraordinary pictures. Many of the women in this team of divers are middle-aged or older (one is 85!) and the tradition of the Ama (the abalone diving group) dates back 2,000 years.
Today, these women dive up to 30 metres deep without any equipment and can stay underwater for two-minute intervals.

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Photos of Japan’s middle-aged female abalone divers

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Photographer Nina Poppe has opened our eyes in a big way. Thanks to her fascination with female niche communities, she’s been able to follow a group of Japanese abalone divers in the spring and late summer to catch some pretty extraordinary pictures. Many of the women in this team of divers are middle-aged or older (one is 85!) and the tradition of the Ama (the abalone diving group) dates back 2,000 years.

Today, these women dive up to 30 metres deep without any equipment and can stay underwater for two-minute intervals.

2 weeks ago
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architizer:

Desert Residence by Kevin B Howard Architects inc., Oro Valley, Arizona. Read more. 

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Desert Residence by Kevin B Howard Architects inc., Oro Valley, Arizona. Read more

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Split View Mountain Lodge is situated in Geilo, Norway. Built by Reiulf Ramstad Architects, the home faces every possible angle. Read more here

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Gio Ponti Parco di Principi / Sorrento, Italy

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Gio Ponti Parco di Principi / Sorrento, Italy

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