Julie Page cries as her son Chris' memorial as his students share stories about him at James O'Neil High School in Highland Falls, NY on January 10, 2018. Chris Page was a beloved teacher, coach, coworker, friend, brother and son who lost his life in a car accident on New Years Day.#iwishiknewhim#teachersareheroes#photojournalism#womenphotograph
Roppongi, Tokyo - January 2018
One of the things that fascinated me the most about Tokyo - and about Osaka as well - was the feeling of touching the future. Neon lights, screens, banners everywhere replacing the sun during the night, made me experience the paradox of an apparent never-ending daylight during nighttime...⠀
Reflections hitting every surface possible, including the car of a bored and tired driver waiting for someone outside a shop in Roppongi
if you’ve never woken up in a Dallas hotel in the summer with Ali and laid around and ordered room service in bikinis then idk I guess that sucks for you | i love you @walkswithunicorns happy birthday | 2017 | Dallas, Texas | #35mm
This is @Kate.Geraghty, I am a press photographer at The Sydney Morning Herald newspaper where I have been focusing on photographing the impact of conflict on civilians and I’m taking over the @auswip Instagram account for the next 5 days.
Abdulrahman Abdulaaly 18yrs is treated for burns in the Athba Field Hospital, 15km from West Mosul, Northern Iraq. June,2017. Kate Geraghty/Sydney Morning Herald ・・・
"Welcome," Abdulrahman Abdulaaly, 18, whispers when I asked if I could take his photograph. He lies in a hospital bed shivering with 60% burns to his body. He has no idea what kind of explosive force hit him - an air strike, car bomb, IED or a suicide bomber - but it happened just outside his front door as he tried to flee his home.
He is one of thousands of civilian victims of the brutal campaign to liberate Mosul, Iraq's second largest city, from Islamic State. Abdulrahman died four days after this photo was taken. His mother was by his side, mourning the last of her children. Abdulrahman’s two brothers were killed in separate incidents by IS fighters. ・・・
elli at my home studio | how do you flower? | lately, i’ve been very focused on creating a routine and setting foundational priorities to reclaim flow in my life; this comprises so many things for me— eating (making the time to do it), eating well, cooking regularly, lessening mindless social media checking/scrolling (giving myself my time back), lessening tv time and replacing with educational videos and reading, chi gong every night, fixing my sleeping schedule, taking ownership over my finances (even when it’s uncomfortable— particularly then), and on. i have also been very keen on identifying a framework for a morning routine; the last few mornings, i’ve begun my day spending anywhere from 3-10 minutes calling my energy back into my body — and to my overall personal field, which comprises several energy bodies emanating outwards from us in a fashion similar to concentric circles; with this practice, i’m calling back energy that i’ve given away or has somehow been taken or lost; especially for those of us that are still working on boundaries or are very sensitive and easily impacted by various stimuli (me), we can easily give away our energy/power and/or have it taken. this can lead to feeling drained, disempowered, tired, uninspired, and on and on— all the things that can happen when we contain less life force energy. historically, this hasn’t felt like the most profound energy practice for me (in terms of what my personal energy sensitivity— which is still very much developing — has allowed me to feel), but when i felt called to it for my morning routine— i went with it. during this practice, i simultaneously work on expanding my container, so i can better hold all my energy. i close with the microcosmic orbit to circulate and balance my energy across my container (i tend to keep a lot of energy in my head because i’m very cerebral). on day 3, something definitely expanded and i was able to bring in more energy in than i feel i have before. what follows is a feeling of being more self-possessed and centered. i’m so about it! note: i also felt pretty high, so i grounded myself after (simplest way is to touch the ground/floor with both your feet + hands). <3
La mayoría de estructuras de vivienda en la zona de Sixaola están deterioradas por las inclemencias del tiempo y el paso de los años. Tablones sueltos, dificultad de acceso a las viviendas, instalaciones eléctricas defectuosas, escaleras en mal estado, entre otros, hacen que los habitantes de la zona estén en constante peligro de sufrir accidentes. La falta de acceso a los derechos básicos dificulta el diario vivir de la población Ngäbe Buglé.
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Photo by @adrianeohanesian taking over @womenphotograph this week!
A wounded Sudan People's Liberation Army (SPLA) governement soldier rests outside of the Rubkona Military Hospital in Rubkona, South Sudan, April 20th, 2012. Earlier in the day the SPLA announced their withdrawal from Heglig, Sudan.
Hi this is Adriane Ohanesian an American freelance photographer based in Nairobi, Kenya. I’m posting images from South Sudan and rebel-controlled Sudan. If you would like to see more work please check out @adrianeohanesian Thank you for looking! #adrianeohanesian#womenphotograph#war#conflict#man#soldier#sudan#southsudan#africa#photo#photography#photojournalism