Sacred healers

Fran Antmann talks about her book: Maya Healers - A Thousand Dreams in an interview on Photo.com She's been living and working in Central and South America for years and foregrounds the sacredness of indigenous people's work and lives. "As a writer and photographer, I saw firsthand how healers, bonesetters and their patients are part … Continue reading Sacred healers

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Migrants & refugees: a positive spin…for once

From the Guardian (geez, I love their photography section), a photo essay on the value of immigrants and refugees. Writer Lorenzo Tondo and photographer Sean Smith teamed up to showcase five people in Sicily triumphantly defying and denying the Italian right's stigmatisation of refugees and migrants. Moving stories.

Luisa Dorr

Luisa Dörr

Whooo, just discovered Luisa Dörr - Brazilian photographer who concentrates on portraiture. Find more of her work here.   Or follow her on Instagram.

Holy Family

I guess the Holy Family's got to get trekking early if they're going to make it from Auckland to Bethlehem by Christmas.  Spotted on Great North Road in Grey Lynn.

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Corsica is pink

"When the evening comes, everything comes to life again, the world turns pink for a while, the birds sing, people go out again. It feels like walking in a dream." I'm in love with Andria Darius Pancrazi's photography of Corsica where he grew up. Minimalist in style, inspired by David Lynch movies and an '80s … Continue reading Corsica is pink