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Lost Village Of Pottery: Photo Series By Indian Photographer Vedant Kulkarni

Lost Village Of Pottery: Photo Series By Indian Photographer Vedant Kulkarni

Pottery in Indian Villages presents a wonderful amalgamation of concept, design, and execution. There are many villages in India that are famous for producing extraordinary pottery products. The Indians are experts in molding clay with their hands to form various things of daily utility, toys, and deities of worship since…

Land Of Stones: Photo Story By Dnyaneshwar Vaidya

Land Of Stones: Photo Story By Dnyaneshwar Vaidya

Traveling is something that I enjoy thoroughly. The excitement of seeing new places, new traditions, and the natural beauty in that region is something that I haven’t lost ever since I started. We learn how to appreciate and live life as we experience both good and bad times through such…

The International Kolkata Book Fair 2022: Photo Series By Dipanjan Chakraborty

The International Kolkata Book Fair 2022: Photo Series By Dipanjan Chakraborty

The International Kolkata Book Fair (formerly Calcutta Book Fair) is a winter fair in Kolkata. It is a unique book fair in the sense of not being a trade fair—the book fair is primarily for the general public rather than whole-sale distributors. It is the world’s largest non-trade book fair,…

Camel Race: Stunning Photography Series By Alexandre Mounayer

Camel racing traditionally known as the sport of the Forefathers, is held every year in the city of Al Shahaniya where Qatar’s popular camel racetrack is located. The small device on the camel’s back is a wireless whip controlled by the owner that is driving on the parallel side of…

The Analog Man: Photo Series By Somanjan Ponda

The Analog Man: Photo Series By Somanjan Ponda

94 years old Shantinath Bannerjee, from the suburban town Belgharia, India, after completing an instrument technician course from the Benaras Hindu University, joined Omega Watch Company as a technician. Gradually, analog camera repairing became his arena of affection. Shantinath made miniature polishing, grinding, and lathe machines by his own for…

Heroes: Portraits Of 35 Frontline Workers That We Turned Into A Billboard In The Center Of Warsaw

Heroes: Portraits Of 35 Frontline Workers That We Turned Into A Billboard In The Center Of Warsaw

We are a group of 5 Polish photographers who form the Nanga Pictures photo collective. Composed of of the collective consists of: Sławek Kamiński, Aleksander Majdański, Mirosław Pieślak, Marta Rybicka and Maciej Stanik. We would like to introduce you to our joint project “HEROES”. It is a tribute to everyone…

Bangladeshi Photographer Stunningly Captured The Night Colors Of Dhaka Streets

Bangladeshi Photographer Stunningly Captured The Night Colors Of Dhaka (18 Pics)

The streets of Dhaka have always been a great interest of mine, especially the streets in Old Dhaka. These streets have such character and an aura about them which I find very fascinating. The thing about streets at night is sometimes even the most ordinary scene can look very dramatic…

Stair Dairy Of Colorful Varanasi By Tanusree Mitra

Stair Dairy Of Colorful Varanasi By Tanusree Mitra

Varanasi represents the colorful and fascinating India of your dream with rituals of life to death being parallelly performed on the Stairs/ ghats. Varanasi city has 88 ghats, among all the ghats in Benaras, Dashashwamedh ghat is the most famous ghat. Stair covers the majority of ghats. All the ghats…

The Empty Quarter: An Amazing Landscapes Of Vast Desert By Christina Dimitrova

The Empty Quarter: An Amazing Landscapes Of Vast Desert By Christina Dimitrova

A vast desert spanning a total area of 650,000 square kilometers, the Empty Quarter is a magnificent sea of dunes that have been untouched by mankind. This sprawling and beautiful desert spills into the United Arab Emirates, parts of Saudi Arabia, Oman, and Yemen. Five types of dunes make up…

Foggy Winter Morning In Kolkata By Dipanjan Chakraborty

Foggy Winter Morning In Kolkata By Dipanjan Chakraborty

Fog is an interesting thing in the true sense to work on. Foggy weather in the early morning at Kolkata maidan is such an interesting scene for photo enthusiasts. Normally December to February these three months are termed as the winter season in Kolkata. In these months a dense fog…

The Story Of Manipuri Dance By Md.Arifuzzaman

The Story Of Manipuri Dance By Md.Arifuzzaman

The story begins at midnight while I could not sleep due to my new child was not sleeping. He slept in the midnight in my arms and then I tried to futilely sleep on the bed. After passing half an hour I realized corporate pressure, my new hectic life chained…

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