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Notre documentaire @80joursjapon sur le katsuobushi a super bien marché sur YouTube !!
On a été surpris par l’engouement pour ce reportage sur la production du katsuobushi. Cet aliment incontournable de la cuisine japonaise est fabriqué d’une manière surprenante et très élaborée.
On a été peu présents sur les réseaux ces derniers jours car nous étions au Japon. Là-bas on a pu bien se renseigner sur nos possibilités de travail futures. On a eu plein de rendez-vous et de surprises, maintenant on sait ce que l’on doit faire ! Je suis un fan de sont travail et de c'est vidéo @imrodolphe@80joursjapon #youtube#documentaryphotography#documentary#documentaire#decouverte#tv#web#roadtrip
mindfulness of breathing; one among other alternatives tools providing a holistic and sustainable treatment to responds to symptoms of mental distress. “Mindfulness along with dance have been at the centre in my weekly routine in the last three years. When I realised that i can’t afford a therapist and I did not have the strength to begin NHS for help that was not coming. These non-medical activities helped me to overcome my illness and get back to my clear and healthy state of being. I feel myself. Whole and free”
Documentary photographer, @dmenuez, is obsessed with identifying what we all have in common. His photography often asks the question, "What is our purpose?" Feeding our #burningcuriosity . See link in bio for his blog post on Chasing the Ambiguous Unresolved Mystery. #meaningoflife
Often I always stop and say hi, immediately after say hi, the next question is always, "can you take a photo of me or us," sometimes I take it and sometimes I lie that I will come back. Those who know are very free with me and they are always all-over me after I take that shot. Those that do not know me well but have seen me with a camera simply get excited and call me" mtu wa picha" meaning the photographer.
This time the request was different. They wanted to touch the camera. That's not all, they wanted to take photos of mtu wa picha. I have been taking photos for so long that I forgot how exciting it is. This little curious ones reminded me how awesome it feels taking photos of people who always ask you to do it even if they might never see it again. Just the excitement to seeing themselves on a screen is enough.
#DOAKmagazine vol.01 (2017).
Director & Designer: Javier Corso // Chief Editor: Alex Rodal.
D.OAK nº01 is a publication that compiles the projects we have developed since the beginning of our activity as a documentary producer and agency, back in 2015. These pages are born with the intention of showing the background of each of these works, besides offering the reader unprecedented content about the experiences on the ground of the teams that have made possible its realization. Through their stories and testimonies, we will discover what situations and decisions have allowed them to access the stories that have subsequently been published in different national and international media.
This is the first issue of a series of collectibles that seeks to share our experience as storytellers with our readers that might have wondered what the stories behind the projects are. It is a formula for the public to know firsthand about this profession and about what makes us unique. Our designation of origin.
"The Quiet World of Aging"
Charming and charismatic, he personified a true Bostonian. Growing up in a large Irish Catholic family in the heart of the city, he knew everyone and everyone knew him. When World War II erupted, he was drafted into the Navy and sent to the South Pacific. He shared very little from that time as it only reminded him of "all the friends who never came back" Returning home he did what "we all did" and joined a local union. He became a master plumber and a very important voice for the men in his Local 12. His personality fit the role, as he has the gift of gab and the "common sense to know what's right and wrong." His passion for advocacy was driven by his time in the service; a time when he felt nothing he said could change the outcome.
At 94, his enthusiasm, honesty and humor toward life as he grows older is refreshing !!. "I am probably not going to make it to 95, so I am going to make 94 my year" and smiled.
He is what inspires me 💜
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کاروانسرای شوریاب متعلق به دوره قاجار و در روستای شوریاب از توابع بخش طاغنکوه شهرستان فیروزه در استان خراسان رضوی واقع شده است. این کاروانسرا با شماره ثبت ۵۹۰۱ بهعنوان یکی از آثار ملی ایران به ثبت رسیده است. این اثر ملی در حال فرسایش و تخریب است و به دلیل کم توجهی متروک شده است.
Shouriab caravanserai belongs to the Qajar era and is located in the village of Shouriab, part of the Taqankouh section of Firouzeh city in Razavi Khorasan province. This caravanserai has been registered in number of 5901 one of Iran's national monuments. This national work is being eroded and destroyed and has been abandoned for lack of attention.