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A dance through life, Paris.
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This photographs represents much of what I appreciate most in life; love, passion, grace, elegance, rhythm, music, movement, flow, and affection.
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Wishing all a wonderful day.
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© Peter Turnley
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    A dance through life, Paris.
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    This photographs represents much of what I appreciate most in life; love, passion, grace, elegance, rhythm, music, movement, flow, and affection.
    .
    Wishing all a wonderful day.
    .
    © Peter Turnley
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  • It was not always possible to stop when you’re in a moving vehicle on a busy road, but I had my eyes on the life taking place outside. Many times I kicked myself for not being quick enough to capture those fleeting moments, sometimes I clicked anyway and see what happens.
  • It was not always possible to stop when you’re in a moving vehicle on a busy road, but I had my eyes on the life taking place outside. Many times I kicked myself for not being quick enough to capture those fleeting moments, sometimes I clicked anyway and see what happens.
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  • The Great Pyramids of Giza seen from the desert. Egypt, fall 2011.
  • The Great Pyramids of Giza seen from the desert. Egypt, fall 2011.
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  • "Our relationship is as real as yours, we are like a normal couple living their own life." (2/2)

From the series "Hijras", about several communities of transgender women in Mumbai (India)

Photography: @lizavanderstock
  • "Our relationship is as real as yours, we are like a normal couple living their own life." (2/2)

    From the series "Hijras", about several communities of transgender women in Mumbai (India)

    Photography: @lizavanderstock
  • 11 1 5 hours ago
  • More than 60,000 of Gorkhas were martyrized in the course of first and second World War during the imperialization of The Great Britain which not only led to the great loss of humanity, it wouldn't be amiss to say - "the end of genesis" to the specific generation of Gorkha ethnics like Rai, Limbu, Tamang, Gurung, Magar, etc. 
In remembrance of those martyrs, Gorkhas pay a visit to their graveyards every year. 
on that day, 5th of April - a retired soldier gazes the grave and commemorates his martyr friend.
  • More than 60,000 of Gorkhas were martyrized in the course of first and second World War during the imperialization of The Great Britain which not only led to the great loss of humanity, it wouldn't be amiss to say - "the end of genesis" to the specific generation of Gorkha ethnics like Rai, Limbu, Tamang, Gurung, Magar, etc.
    In remembrance of those martyrs, Gorkhas pay a visit to their graveyards every year.
    on that day, 5th of April - a retired soldier gazes the grave and commemorates his martyr friend.
  • 137 3 24 April, 2019