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"A woman perched on top of rubble tried to reach for a water container from what used to be her kitchen."

Ever since cameras were invented in 1839, photography has kept company with death. ( Susan Sontag, 2003, Regarding the suffering of others)

Many people witnessed the tragedy that took place in Nepal, but only a few have lived.

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The aftermath: Horror through pictures

The photographer is an armed vision of the solitary walker, reconnoitering, stalking, cruising the urban inferno.

( Susan Sontag, 2008, On Photography)

Throughout a coherent narrative and visual rhythm, photographs offer a mediated version of the events that took place in Nepal.

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Intensity and shock

Worldwide broadcast and coverage emerged after the news of the earthquake came to life. Millions of people watched as news were coming in: death tolls, areas affected, magnitude; everything felt like a tidal wave that socked everybody. 274 more words


Introduction to Kathmandu

The world we’re living in is constantly evolving and nature’s force is always something to remember.

The evolution of geographic scenery is often touching, however, the problem appears when nature strikes with force. 198 more words


The Star By Hackney Downs

Great night yesterday at The Star By Hackney Downs playing for Starry Starry Nights. A rusty performance I felt. First gig, live performance of any kind for a while but great to back out on a stage playing my music.

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Starry Starry Nights at The Star By Hackney Downs

Tomorrow I will be playing a set at The Star By Hackney Downs for Starry Starry Nights. I’m first on, 8pm, on a bill of four acts performing acoustic set. free entry.

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Stand Up for Transportation

By: Michael Melaniphy, APTA President & CEO

Just over a week ago, Americans across the country came together in cities and towns – big and small, in almost every state to… 406 more words