Marcin, the leader of my Polish fan-club expressed the desire to see more of my older pictures on this blog. I am not going to give in all the way. Instead what I’ll do in the “Couples” series I’m starting here is I’ll try to make two pictures match. Not perfect matches. It might be [...]
Archive for August, 2010
Remember the 4000 families who will be evicted by Shukaku Inc.? The eviction of Boeung Kak is not over yet. Now that the lake is almost filled with sand, the houses of the remaining inhabitants are constantly flooded.
From 1991: how the Cambodian railways probably never will look again…
This is my 500th post!!! So, as a special treat, here is a rare view of the man behind the camera… I took this picture when I was still travelling, back in 1986, during an assignment for A Day in the Life of America where I had to follow a hobo from Denver (Col.) to [...]
Developing country scenario: to let more cars with uneducated drivers inside a city with unadapted roads.
At the riverfront pagoda yesterday. The guards, security personnel and police are all over the place again, unfortunately trying to keep some order during prayer day. Just a few street children manage to slip past.
Two more from last saturday. A little less cliché maybe?