Slow and intimate New York
New York, the city that never sleeps, caters for people from all walks of life. Slow and intimate rarely occur in the same sentence as the words, New York City. Finding a such a place is a rarity. One where you can observe the intimate connection of strangers through dance? Even more rare. This is what a milonga provides, this is what tango brings.
Commemorating Vaclav Havel
Vaclav Havel, the first president of the Czech Republic, passed away on December 18, 2011. He successfully lead the Velvet Revolution which saw the Soviet Union cede control of Czechoslovakia in 1989. Becoming the president, he then saw the peaceful division between the Czech Republic and Slovakia in 1993. To commemorate his passing, multiple memorial sites have been established in Prague. This pictorial captures the various sites as well as the people placing candles, flowers and gifts to commemorate the passing of a pioneer.
There is a very strong bike culture in Stockholm with dedicated paths and laneways for cyclists to get around the city quickly. Cyclists appear at all times of the day, including the night.
Stockholm after dark
When the sun goes down, the city keeps going. This is Stockholm, after dark.
A visit to the Terezin memorial park and the fortress.
TTPM Sapa is located south of Prague, in an area called Pisnice. A mini community within a community, it contains markets, stalls, restaurants, hair salons and a temple. Populated by a Vietnamese community, it is a place where cameras of any sort are traditionally not welcomed. This set offers an insight into the community that has continued to thrive over the years.
Where the streets have no name
An enclave located in New South Wales, Australia that is more asian and authentic than Chinatown.
Melbourne – a day in life
Newtown, oldtown blues