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A camel herder leads his charges though the desert in the early morning on the way to Pushkar Camel Fair on the 18th November 2012 After a gap of two years I went back to the Pushkar Camel fair (see my earlier post here ) and found it little changed. The event still presents spine tingling opportunities for photography, - if you can get a clean shot through hordes of like-minded ‘lensmen’.. The National have published a selection of these images on their National View blog . Herders and their camels walk along the road to the Pushkar Horse and Camel Fair Camel traders and camels in the early morning at the Pushkar Horse and Camel Fair
SUFISM: Mystical Ecumenism Travel through the heartlands of Sufism through the hypnotic images of Iason Athanasiadis. Photography from Sufism's heartlands by Iason Athanasiadis The exhibition runs 5 February through 31 March at Harvard's Center for Government and International Studies (South Building) Harvard University, 1730 Cambridge Street, Cambridge, 02138
Toby Deveson has been taking photographs since 1989 when he was given an old Nikkormat and a 24mm lens. After trying a friend’s darkroom, he set up one of his own in a damp basement and was soon addicted to the alchemy of intoxicating smells and mysterious light. Twenty years later not much has changed. The darkroom is no longer damp but the camera and lens are the same. Toby has exhibited all over Britain including in Norwich, Lincoln, Brighton and London.
Κωδικός Τεκμηρίου Τύπος ψηφιακού αρχείου Τίτλος Χρονολογία Παραγωγής / Πρώτης Εκπομπής Σκοπός